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eBook China's Forests: Global Lessons from Market Reforms ePub

by William F. Hyde,Brian Belcher,Jintao Xu

  • ISBN: 189185366X
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: William F. Hyde,Brian Belcher,Jintao Xu
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: RFF Press (October 2003)
  • Pages: 214
  • ePub book: 1598 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1986 kb
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This is the first book to comprehensively evaluate the effects of forest policy as it has followed or extended from agricultural, trade, and other reforms that began in 1978

This is the first book to comprehensively evaluate the effects of forest policy as it has followed or extended from agricultural, trade, and other reforms that began in 1978.

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Reform and Investment in Forestry 6. Forest Exploitation and Protection in Reform China: Assessing the Impacts of Policy and Economic Growth 7. Deforestation and Reforestation in Hainan: Roles of Markets and Institutions 8. Forestry, Poverty, and Rural Development: Perspectives from the Bamboo Subsector 9. Impacts of policy Reforms on Forest Environments and Biodiversity 10.

Forestry and Forest Policy are key issues for the protection of China’s natural environment and for its continued economic development. First Published 2003.

William F. Hyde, Brian Belcher, Jintao X. Hyde, Brian Belcher, Jintao Xu. Paperback £2. 9. eBook Rental from £1. 0. Routledge Published February 27, 2017 Reference - 224 Pages ISBN 9781138946279 - CAT Y205586 Series: Routledge Revivals. Reform and Investment in Forestry 6.

The first book to comprehensively evaluate the effects of China's forest policy as it has followed or extended from reforms that began in 1978.

Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press. The first book to comprehensively evaluate the effects of China's forest policy as it has followed or extended from reforms that began in 1978. It offers important lessons for future policy reform in China - and in almost every other nation in the world.

Jintao Xu. William F. Hyde. China's Forests: Global Lessons from Market Reform. The recent Collective Forest Tenure Reform in China has started the process of devolving forest management rights from village collectives to households since 2003.

China's forests: global lessons from market reforms. WF Hyde, B Belcher, J Xu. Routledge, 2015. Building institutions for markets: experiences and lessons from China's rural forest sector. R Yin, J Xu, Z Li. Environment, Development and Sustainability 5 (3-4), 333-351, 2003. Implementing the natural forest protection program and the sloping land conversion program: lessons and policy recommendations. J Xu, E Katsigris, TA White. China Forestry Publishing House, 2002.

4 Book Chapter 1. Xu, Jintao and William F. Hyde, 2005, From Central Planned Economy to Vigorous Rural . 2. Hyde, Brian Belcher and Jintao Xu, 2005 China's Forest: Global Lessons from Market Reforms, Chinese Version by China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing. Hyde, 2005, From Central Planned Economy to Vigorous Rural Enterprise: China, in Garforth and Mayers (eds), Plantations, Privatization, Poverty and Power: Changing Ownership and Management of State Forests, Earthscan: London. 3. Xu Jintao and Qin Ping, (ed.

in William F. Hyde, Brian Belcher, and Jintao Xu, China’s Forests: Global Lessons from Market. There is a market for them now. The price is going up (Interview with Xie Yan of the Wildlife Conservation Society of China)

Violations of the Wildlife Conservation Law can result in long prison terms, and more than thirty people have been executed for killing or trading elephants and giant pandas (Jeffrey A. Sayer and Changjin Sun, Impacts of Policy Reforms on Forest Environments and Biodiversity, in William F. The price is going up (Interview with Xie Yan of the Wildlife Conservation Society of China). Xie cited the case of the yellow-headed box turtle, which is endemic to Anhui.

International concerns about greenhouse gases and threats to biodiversity, as well as regional concerns about water supply, erosion control, watersheds, and local economic well-being make the study of forest policy more important than ever before. Understanding the factors that affect the forest environment in China, the country with the world's largest population and one of its most dynamic economies, is a critical step toward improving the long-term welfare of the global community. This is the first book to comprehensively evaluate the effects of forest policy as it has followed or extended from agricultural, trade, and other reforms that began in 1978. Among the issues it addresses are the pressures exerted by the growing economy on the forest environment, the environmental effects of extractive activities, the property rights arrangements that have fostered the most sustainable management practices, and the contribution that forestry can make as an agent of development. China's Forest Policy pays particular attention to China?s successful use of economic incentives. As a laboratory for policy reforms, the geographic breadth of China, the diversity of its forest environments, and its extensive record of policy experimentation provides a rich supply of contrasting examples and statistically meaningful results. The analysis of these results offers important lessons for future policy reform in China?and in almost every other nation in the world.