China Environment and Development Review

The Rural Eco-Environment of China

Edited by: Zhang Xiao

Contributions by: Jin Jun, Jiang Mengying

Under China's modern development scheme, farmers have suffered from the damage of water and soil pollution, which have caused morbidity, poverty, and even death. Rural pollution issues can cause a decline in agricultural development, as well as unsafe food for society. Therefore, the problems of rural pollution are one of China's most pressing environmental security issues. This book focuses on China's rural eco-environment, discussing such concerns as water security, soil pollution, the grassland ecological environment, and more. [Subject: Asian Studies, Chinese Studies, Development Studies, Environmental Studies, Rural Studies]

360 pages

Publication Date: 1/1/2016
Format: Ebooks
ISBN: 9781844644575

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