Trans-jurisdictional River Basin Water Pollution Management and Cooperation in China: Case Study of Jiangsu/Zhejiang Province in Comparative Global Context

@inproceedings{Zulin2007TransjurisdictionalRB,
  title={Trans-jurisdictional River Basin Water Pollution Management and Cooperation in China: Case Study of Jiangsu/Zhejiang Province in Comparative Global Context},
  author={Shi Zu-lin and Bi Liangliang},
  year={2007}
}
  • Shi Zu-lin, Bi Liangliang
  • Published 2007
  • Economics
  • Abstract The deterioration of water pollution drainage in China is caused by poor administrative capabilities as well as natural forces. Low efficiency, even inefficacy in trans-jurisdictional water pollution management by local governments, has resulted in environmental damage accompanying economic development, conflicts between people living up- and down-stream, and potential hidden problems for social stabilization. By examining the process of policy evolution and reform of water pollution… CONTINUE READING

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