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China's Environmental Protection Objectives by the Year 2000

Han Guogang (Academy of Environmental Sciences of China, Beijing)
Qiao Zhiqi (Academy of Environmental Sciences of China, Beijing)
Hou Bingzheng (Academy of Environmental Sciences of China, Beijing)
Liu Shuangjin (Academy of Environmental Sciences of China, Beijing)
Zhu Zhongjie (Academy of Environmental Sciences of China, Beijing)
Sun Rongqing (Academy of Environmental Sciences of China, Beijing)
Mao Wenyong (Academy of Environmental Sciences of China, Beijing)
Zhang Xingquo (Academy of Environmental Sciences of China, Beijing)

International Journal of Social Economics

ISSN: 0306-8293

Article publication date: 1 August 1991

Abstract

The general objectives of environmental protection by the year 2000 are: o basic control of environmental pollution o enhancement of environmental quality of major cities o co‐ordination of environmental, economic and social development. Proposals are listed and suggestions for the main measures to be undertaken are given for the advances that should be made by 2000 with respect to: (1) cities and economic areas; (2) industrial pollution; (3) pollution and construction of rural environment; (4) use and conservation of natural resources; (5) conservation of the water supply; (6) protection of the marine environment; (7) scientific and technological progress and environmental education; and (8) environmental management.

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Guogang, H., Zhiqi, Q., Bingzheng, H., Shuangjin, L., Zhongjie, Z., Rongqing, S., Wenyong, M. and Xingquo, Z. (1991), "China's Environmental Protection Objectives by the Year 2000", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 18 No. 8/9/10, pp. 180-192. https://doi.org/10.1108/03068299110139215

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