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The Resource Development of Circular Economy in China

Development of Circular Economy in China

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Development of Circular Economy in China
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Development of Circular Economy in China
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Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China's Development Path Ser
Development of Circular Economy in China
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Development of Circular Economy in China
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  • Foreword I -- Foreword II -- Series Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Origin and Background of Circular Economy Development -- 1.1 China's National Conditions -- 1.1.1 China's Population and Demographic Distribution -- 1.1.2 A Vulnerable Foundation for Development -- 1.2 Staged Characteristics of China's Economic Development Since the Reform and Opening-up Initiative, as Well as Its Impacts on Resources and the Environment -- 1.2.1 The Background of Economic Development at the Initial Stage of Reform and Opening-up -- 1.2.2 Characteristics of China's Economic Development in 1980-1995 and Its Impacts on the Environment -- 1.2.3 Main Features of China's Economic Development from 1996 to 2010 and Its Environmental and Resource Impact -- 1.3 From Environmental Protection to Circular Economy -- 2 The Role of Government and China's Policy System for Circular Economy -- 2.1 Why Did the Chinese Government Facilitated the Circular Economy Development -- 2.1.1 Free Market Economy in Britain: The First Generation of Industrialization Featured by the Difficulty in Resource Recycling -- 2.1.2 Free Market Economy in the United States: The Second Generation of Industrialization in Which the Government Played a Role -- 2.1.3 Capitalist Market Economy in Japan: The Third Generation of Industrialization Under the Leadership of the Government -- 2.1.4 Socialist Market Economy in China: The Fourth Generation of Industrialization Dominated by the Government -- 2.2 How Has China Promoted the Circular Economy -- 2.3 Legal and Regulatory Policy System for Circular Economy Development in China -- 2.3.1 History of China's Legal and Regulatory Policies on the Circular Economy -- 2.3.1.1 The Embryonic Stage (1978-1998) -- 2.3.1.2 The High-Speed Development Stage (1998-2004) -- 2.3.1.3 The All-Round Promotion Stage (2004-Now)
  • 2.3.2 Characteristics of China's Legal and Regulatory Policies on Circular Economy -- 2.4 Development Strategy and Immediate Action Plan of Circular Economy During the 12th Five-Year-Plan Period -- 2.4.1 To Focus on the 10 Circular Economy Demonstration Projects -- 2.4.1.1 Demonstration Projects of Comprehensive Resource Utilization -- 2.4.1.2 Demonstration Projects of the Circular Economy-Oriented Upgrading of Industrial Parks -- 2.4.1.3 Demonstration Projects of Renewable Resource Recovery -- 2.4.1.4 Demonstration Projects of "Urban Mining" Bases -- 2.4.1.5 Demonstration Projects of the Industrialization of Remanufacturing -- 2.4.1.6 Demonstration Projects of the Recycling and Bio-Safe Disposal of Kitchen Waste -- 2.4.1.7 Demonstration Projects of the Production-Supported Waste Recycling -- 2.4.1.8 Demonstration Projects of Agricultural Circular Economy -- 2.4.1.9 Demonstration Projects of Circular Service Industry -- 2.4.1.10 Demonstration Projects of the Industrialization of Resource Recycling Technologies -- 2.4.2 To Cultivate 100 Circular Economy Demonstration Cities (Counties) -- 2.4.3 To Cultivate 1000 Circular Economy Demonstration Enterprises (Industrial Parks) -- References -- 3 The Fundamental Modes and Achievements of China's Circular Economy Development -- 3.1 Fundamental Modes of China's Circular Economy Development -- 3.1.1 The Top-Down Dynamic Model and Addressing the Crux -- 3.1.1.1 Why Top-Down? -- 3.1.1.2 Why the Crux? -- 3.1.1.3 Top-Down Practices -- 3.1.2 To Enable "the Visible Hand" to Cooperate with "the Invisible Hand" -- 3.2 To Build a Model for the Circular Economy-Oriented Practice with Chinese Characteristics -- 3.2.1 To Set up the Mechanisms of Leadership and Coordination at Different Levels -- 3.2.2 To Provide Institutional Guarantee at Different Levels
  • 3.2.3 Fiscal Means to Directly Carry Out Circular Economy Pilot Projects -- 3.2.3.1 Comprehensive Pilot and Demonstration Projects for the Circular Economy -- 3.2.3.2 Pilot Remanufacturing Projects -- 3.2.3.3 Pilot Projects for Recycling and Environment-Friendly Disposal of Kitchen Wastes -- 3.2.3.4 Building Urban Mining Pilot Bases -- 3.2.3.5 Circular Economy-Oriented Upgrading for Industrial Parks -- 3.2.3.6 Pilot Projects for the Buildup of the Renewable Resource Recovery System -- 3.2.3.7 Demonstration Programs for Comprehensive Resource Utilization -- 3.3 To Set up a Microscopic Circular Economy Model with Chinese Characteristics -- 3.3.1 Microscopic Models of the Circular Economy in Key Industries -- 3.3.1.1 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model Featuring Long-Flow Steel Complexes -- 3.3.1.2 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model of Comprehensive Recycling of Multiple Varieties of Associated Ores of Non-ferrous Metals -- 3.3.1.3 The Circular Economy-Oriented Complex Model Featuring Multi-staged Raw Materials Recycling and Industrial Co-existence and Development -- 3.3.1.4 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model Featuring Combined Heating and Power, Sea Water Desalination, By-Product Building Materials and Zero Emission -- 3.3.1.5 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model Featuring Efficient Exploitation of Ecology-Friendly Mines and Cross-Industry Comprehensive Utilization of Resources and Energy -- 3.3.1.6 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model Featuring Cement Makers-Assisted Disposal of Urban Hazardous Waste and Industrial Solid Wastes -- 3.3.2 The Composite and Cross-Industry Circular Economy-Oriented Models in Agriculture -- 3.3.2.1 The Agro-Industrial Composite and Integrated Circular Economy-Oriented Model -- 3.3.2.2 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model Featuring Integrated Agriculture and Industry as Well as Low-Carbon and Green Papermaking
  • 3.3.3 Circular Economy-Oriented Models for Industrial Parks -- 3.3.3.1 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model for Multi-industry Parks Featuring Industrial Symbiosis -- 3.3.3.2 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model for Large-Sized Petrochemical Industrial Parks Featuring Agglomeration and Symbiosis of Multiple Industries -- 3.3.3.3 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model Featuring Integration of Industrial Parks and Cities -- 3.3.3.4 The Model for the Specialized Renewable Resource-Based Industrial Parks Featuring "Enclosed Management" Under Whole-Course Close Supervision -- 3.3.4 Models of Remanufacturing and Resource Recycling -- 3.3.4.1 The Circular Economy-Oriented Remanufacturing Model of Performance-Enhanced Auto Parts -- 3.3.4.2 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model Featuring Specialized Resource Recycling -- 3.3.4.3 The Circular Economy-Oriented Model Featuring Recycling and Environment-Friendly Disposal of Kitchen Wastes -- 3.4 Remarkable Achievements Harvested in the Decade -- 3.4.1 Census of the Whole Society and National Strategic Action -- 3.4.2 Circular Economy and Technological Innovation -- 3.4.3 Wastes Recycling -- 3.4.4 Recycling of Renewable Resources -- 3.4.5 Efficiency and Benefits of Resource Utilization -- References -- 4 China's Steel Industry Transformed by Circular Economy -- 4.1 Amazing Size and Technological Structure -- 4.1.1 The "Steel Dream" for the Rejuvenation of the Chinese Nation -- 4.1.2 An Amazing Superpower in Steel Output -- 4.1.3 A Museum Showcasing the Technologies Adopted by the Steel Industries from Across the World -- 4.2 Circular Economy Transforming Steel Plants into "Power Plants" -- 4.2.1 Importance of Energy Conservation in the Steel Industry -- 4.2.2 Taking Advantage of Technological Innovations to Reduce Primary Energy Consumption
  • 4.2.3 Recovering Secondary Energy and Building Distributed Generation Assemblies -- 4.3 Circular Economy Transforming Steel Plants into "Mineral Treasures" -- 4.3.1 With the Magic Phrase of "Open Sesame", Wastes Transforming into Resource Treasures -- 4.3.2 Maximizing the Performance of Ferrous Resources -- 4.3.3 Steel Enterprises Transforming into "Building Material" Producers -- 4.3.4 Embarking on a Path Towards Diversified Utilization for Higher Value -- 4.4 Combination of Water Conservation and Utilization of Reclaimed Water -- 4.4.1 Giving Top Priority to Water Conservation -- 4.4.2 Steel Enterprises Transforming into "Reclaimed Water Plants" -- References -- 5 The Circular Economy-Oriented Practice in the Nonferrous Metal Industry -- 5.1 The Necessity to Develop Circular Economy in the Nonferrous Metal Industry -- 5.1.1 Characteristics of the Production in the Nonferrous Metal Industry -- 5.1.2 Development of China's Nonferrous Metal Industry -- 5.1.3 Problems Concerning the Environment and Resources for the Nonferrous Metal Industry -- 5.2 Major Measures to Develop the Circular Economy of the Nonferrous Metal Industry -- 5.2.1 Technological Upgrading and Innovations for Reduction in Energy Consumption -- 5.2.2 Enhancing the Comprehensive Utilization and Environment-Friendly Disposal -- 5.2.3 Facilitating the Utilization of Secondary Metals -- 5.2.4 Improving the Policy and Regulation System -- 5.3 Major Achievements in Circular Economy Development in the Nonferrous Metal Industry -- 5.3.1 Steady Increase in Resource Utilization Efficiency -- 5.3.2 Brilliant Achievements in Energy Conservation and Emission Reduction -- 5.3.3 Remarkable Achievements in Secondary Metal Development -- 5.3.4 A Long Way to Go for Circular Economy Development in the Nonferrous Metal Industry -- References
  • 6 The Circular Economy-Oriented Practice in the Cement Industry
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