The research and analysis contained in the volume depicts the broader patterns of an emerging environmental politics in China - a more assertive and restive citizenry in environmental affairs, the rise of interest groups, and international influences on domestic policy debates. The China Environment Yearbook, Volume 3 is an indispensable source for scholars and policy makers concerned about how China's environmental policies and practices will affect its own future and the future of the earth.I. Car Owners: Drive One Day Less Every Month and Be a Green Commuter By May 26, 2007, the number of cars in Beijing reached 3, 000, 000. ... 76 car ownersa#39; clubs, 9 environmental NGOs, 10 news outlets, and 14 college studentsa#39; associations, initiated a campaign to, aDrive ... in this green campaign, including 407 automobile clubs and car ownersa#39; clubs such as Autohome, PCAuto, and FiatOwners.
|Title||:||The China Environment Yearbook, Volume 3|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2009-06-17|