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China's water resources management : a long march to sustainability

China's water resources management : a long march to sustainability (3회 대출)

Lee, Seungho.
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China's water resources management : a long march to sustainability / Seungho Lee.
Cham :   Palgrave Macmillan,   c2021.  
xix, 394 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Water-supply --China --Management. Water resources development --China. Water resources development --Environmental aspects --China.
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1. Introduction (4,000 words)The chapter provides a short introduction of the book and clarifies the research purposes of the book. Backgrounds and major findings are also discussed coupled with the introduction of the following chapters.
2. Water and development (8,000 words)
A. Water and sustainable development: the trajectory B. Water for economic growthC. Water for social developmentD. Water for ecosystems
3. Overview of water resources (8,000 words)
A. Water shortage and supplyB. Water qualityC. Flood and droughtD. Climate change impactsE. Urban and rural water challengesF. Competition between different water users.4. Water governance and institutional settings (8,000 words)
A. Water governance structureB. Institutional frameworksC. Organizations D. Regulatory frameworks
5. Water shortage and water supply (8,000 words)
A. Serious water stress in North ChinaB. Pollution-caused water shortage C. Overexploitation of groundwater resourcesD. The South North Water Transfer Project and other transfer projects 6. Water quality control (8,000 words)
A. Water quality in major rivers, lakes, and aquifersB. Water quality standards and regulatory frameworksC. Environment Impact Assessment (EIA),
7. Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and River Basin Management (8,000 words)
A. IWRM in the Chinese contextB. 7 River Basin Commissions C. Water right and allocation between regionsD. The Three Gorges Dam and other multi-purpose damsE. Large-scale irrigation projects 8. Water industry and market (8,000 words)
A. Development of public private partnership projects in urban areasB. Urban water governance for water PPP projectsC. Major playersD. Case studies: the Shanghai Pudong Tap Water Corporation Equity Sale Project and the Hefei Wangxiaoying Wastewater Treatment Transfer-Operate-Transfer (TOT) Project (tentative) 9. Transboundary rivers (8,000 words)A. Overview of China''s transboundary riversB. Transboundary water agreements and frameworksC. Case Studies: the Lancang-Mekong River Basin, the Yalu River Basin, and the Tumen River Basin
10. Innovative institutional approaches and technical breakthroughs (8,000 words)A. Virtual water and water footprintB. Water-energy-food nexusC. Water pricing reformsD. Cloud seeding, water reuse and recycling, and rainwater harvesting 11. Conclusions (4,000 words)The chapter concludes what has been discussed and pinpoints a list of significant arguments for sustainable water resources management in China. Together with the summary of major findings, the section highlights challenge and opportunities of water policy in China and make recommendations in order to achieve sustainability in water resources management.

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