Drawing on a wide range of Chinese and western sources, this book offers in-depth analysis of the complete range of environmental problems facing China today, from the historical, political, economic and cultural root causes, through the successful and unsuccessful efforts which have been made to find solutions, to possible future scenarios and strategies.
has worked in Pacific Asia for over 30 years. He is a Research Associate of the Centre for Pacific Rim Studies, Liverpool John Moores University. Ian Cook
is Professor and Head of the Department of Human Geography and Head of the Centre for Pacific Rim Studies at Liverpool John Moores University.