Ecological Protection in the People’s Republic of China: Pilot Case Studies on Comprehensive Eco-Compensation, Poverty Alleviation, and Green Development
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Eco-compensation has become an important policy framework in the PRC, involving a wide range of programs that promote conservation and environmental restoration while supporting local livelihoods and poverty alleviation. It uses a package of incentive-based policies and regulatory instruments to tackle environmental issues such as water pollution, biodiversity loss, land degradation, or deforestation. The PRC’s experience can offer useful insights to other countries facing similar challenges in environmental management.
- Ecological and Environmental Management Reforms in the People's Republic of China
- Lessons Learned from the Common Asset Trust Program of Costa Rica
- Policy Recommendations