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Nachhaltiger Umweltschutz in China
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Nachhaltiger Umweltschutz in China ab 42 € als Taschenbuch: Über die Umsetzung der Agenda 21 im chinesischen Umweltschutz. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

Anbieter: hugendubel
Stand: 12.07.2020
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Nachhaltiger Umweltschutz in China
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Nachhaltiger Umweltschutz in China ab 42 EURO Über die Umsetzung der Agenda 21 im chinesischen Umweltschutz

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Nachhaltiger Umweltschutz in China
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Inhaltlich unveränderte Neuauflage. Die Volksrepublik China sieht sich aufgrund schwerwiegender Umwelt probleme derzeit großen umweltpolitischen Herausforderungen ausgesetzt und wird in jüngster Zeit immer wieder von den ausländischen Medien in den Fokus der Kritik gerückt. Über positive Umweltschutzmaßnahmen und -politik in der VRCh wird hingegen kaum berichtet. Dabei setzt sich das Land bereits seit dem Ende der 70er Jahre ernsthaft mit der Problematik auseinander. So war die VRCh zum Beispiel das erste Land weltweit, das einer Empfehlung der UN-Konferenz von Rio über Umwelt und Entwicklung (UNCED) im Jahre 1992 nachkam und bereits 1994 einen eigenen nationalen Plan für nach haltigen Umweltschutz (Agenda 21) formulierte. Das Ziel: Bis zum Jahr 2000 wollte man den größten Teil der umweltpolitischen Vorhaben dieses Papiers umgesetzt haben. In diesem Buch wird untersucht, ob und inwieweit die Ziele erreicht wurden. Darüber hinaus bietet es eine umfassende Einführung in die Thematik des nachhaltigen Umweltschutzes in China. Es richtet sich nicht nur an die jenigen, die sich intensiver mit dem Thema beschäftigen wollen, sondern ist auch sehr gut als Einstieg geeignet.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Enabling Asia to Stabilise the Climate
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This book presents good practices in Asia and ASEAN countries for effectively promoting advances in response to climate change, which can help to achieve sustainable development in Asia and around the world. As a proposal, the aim is to influence the discussions at COP 21 by providing a positive agenda with concrete actions from an Asian perspective. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 describes the greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction scenario from an Asian perspective and in line with global 2 ° targets. Based on modeling analysis, the studies demonstrate the theoretical potentials and send the policymakers at COP 21 the positive message that “Asia can reach the target.” As Asian countries vary in terms of their economic strength, country-specific scenario studies for the two giants China and India as well as for Japan and Vietnam are introduced to show the different approaches for each country. Part 2 shows successful examples of how modeling analysis are reflected in actual policy development, which provides practical guidelines to help policymakers develop their own roadmaps with stakeholder dialogue, not only in Asia but also in other regions of the world. The Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) roadmap development in Thailand as well as the Iskandar Malaysia project show at the country and city level how researchers and policymakers are working closely to succeed. Part 3 focuses on a number of sector-specific activities including transportation, forestry, capacity development, and inventory work in Asia. Rather than discussing the Low Carbon Society (LCS) concept in detail, the respective chapters highlight unique, concrete, and practically applicable examples from Asia, showing how Asian countries are addressing climate change mitigation issues in a collaborative manner, an approach that can be replicated in other regions. While the ultimate goal of this book is to facilitate international climate regime making, local government and international organizations (United Nations, World Bank, and others) officers, researchers, international NGO/NPOs, consultants, students (particularly those studying international relationships or environmental studies), as well as reporters will find this book useful in broadening their understanding of low-carbon development in Asia.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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A-CSEAR 2015 - 14th Australasian Centre on Soci...
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The 14th Australasian Centre on Social and Environmental Accounting Research Conference (A-CSEAR 2015) is being held on 10-11 December 2015 at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. The Conference Chair is Dr John Dumay and the Programme Chair is Dr James Hazelton, both from Macquarie University. ACSEAR provides an opportunity for individuals researching and working in the field of social and environmental accounting in both public and private sectors, to come together to exchange ideas and discuss current research in the field. The theme for the conference this year is 'Partnerships', reflecting the belief amongst our community that achieving progress requires partnerships of all types - be-tween academics of different disciplines, between industry and academia, be-tween government and stakeholders, and of course between members and pro-fessional bodies. The keynote speakers for the conference are Charles de Villiers from Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand on the topic Theorising the interactions among legitimacy accountability and pro-activity in the social sphere; Helen Tregidga from Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand talking about Cor-porate chameleons greenwashing and counter narratives'; Markus J. Milne from the School of Business and Law at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand on the topic of Crass empiricism and the social construction of corporate environmental performance and Lee D. Parker from the School of Accounting, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia who will address to issue of Accounting for CSR: Revisiting the agenda. ACSEAR received 60 abstract submissions. After the double-blind peer review process 21 academic research papers have been accepted for publication in these conference proceedings. These papers represent research from around the world, including Australia, Brazil, China, Fiji, Iran, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa, UK and the USA.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Enabling Asia to Stabilise the Climate
64,99 € *
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This book presents good practices in Asia and ASEAN countries for effectively promoting advances in response to climate change, which can help to achieve sustainable development in Asia and around the world. As a proposal, the aim is to influence the discussions at COP 21 by providing a positive agenda with concrete actions from an Asian perspective. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 describes the greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction scenario from an Asian perspective and in line with global 2 ° targets. Based on modeling analysis, the studies demonstrate the theoretical potentials and send the policymakers at COP 21 the positive message that “Asia can reach the target.” As Asian countries vary in terms of their economic strength, country-specific scenario studies for the two giants China and India as well as for Japan and Vietnam are introduced to show the different approaches for each country. Part 2 shows successful examples of how modeling analysis are reflected in actual policy development, which provides practical guidelines to help policymakers develop their own roadmaps with stakeholder dialogue, not only in Asia but also in other regions of the world. The Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) roadmap development in Thailand as well as the Iskandar Malaysia project show at the country and city level how researchers and policymakers are working closely to succeed. Part 3 focuses on a number of sector-specific activities including transportation, forestry, capacity development, and inventory work in Asia. Rather than discussing the Low Carbon Society (LCS) concept in detail, the respective chapters highlight unique, concrete, and practically applicable examples from Asia, showing how Asian countries are addressing climate change mitigation issues in a collaborative manner, an approach that can be replicated in other regions. While the ultimate goal of this book is to facilitate international climate regime making, local government and international organizations (United Nations, World Bank, and others) officers, researchers, international NGO/NPOs, consultants, students (particularly those studying international relationships or environmental studies), as well as reporters will find this book useful in broadening their understanding of low-carbon development in Asia.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 12.07.2020
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A-CSEAR 2015 - 14th Australasian Centre on Soci...
82,99 € *
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The 14th Australasian Centre on Social and Environmental Accounting Research Conference (A-CSEAR 2015) is being held on 10-11 December 2015 at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. The Conference Chair is Dr John Dumay and the Programme Chair is Dr James Hazelton, both from Macquarie University. ACSEAR provides an opportunity for individuals researching and working in the field of social and environmental accounting in both public and private sectors, to come together to exchange ideas and discuss current research in the field. The theme for the conference this year is 'Partnerships', reflecting the belief amongst our community that achieving progress requires partnerships of all types - be-tween academics of different disciplines, between industry and academia, be-tween government and stakeholders, and of course between members and pro-fessional bodies. The keynote speakers for the conference are Charles de Villiers from Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand on the topic Theorising the interactions among legitimacy accountability and pro-activity in the social sphere; Helen Tregidga from Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand talking about Cor-porate chameleons greenwashing and counter narratives'; Markus J. Milne from the School of Business and Law at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand on the topic of Crass empiricism and the social construction of corporate environmental performance and Lee D. Parker from the School of Accounting, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia who will address to issue of Accounting for CSR: Revisiting the agenda. ACSEAR received 60 abstract submissions. After the double-blind peer review process 21 academic research papers have been accepted for publication in these conference proceedings. These papers represent research from around the world, including Australia, Brazil, China, Fiji, Iran, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa, UK and the USA.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 12.07.2020
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