Volume 7 of the Encyclopedia of Sustainability examines sustainability in China, India, and East and Southeast Asia.
Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability 7/10: China, India, and East and Southeast Asia: Assessing Sustainability
China, India, and East and Southeast Asia: Assessing Sustainability provides unprecedented analyses by regional experts and scholars elsewhere in the world on China, India, and their neighbors. Despite growing demands internally on their natural resources (China and India alone are home to more than one-third of the world’s population), the expanding global economic influence of this region makes these countries vital players in a sustainable future for all citizens of the Earth. Regional coverage includes topics such as business and commerce, environmental and corporate law, and lifestyles and values.
Below are links to the ten volumes of the Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability:
Vols. 1–10: The Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability
Vol. 1: The Spirit of Sustainability
Vol. 2: The Business of Sustainability
Vol. 10: The Future of Sustainability
Sam Geall, chinadialogue, Jingjing Liu, Columbia Law School, Sony Pellissery, CSSEIP, National Law School of India University,
E. N. Anderson, University of California, Riverside, Joel R. Campbell, Troy University, Joanna I. Lewis, Georgetown University, Muhammad Aurang Zeb Mughal, Durham University, Mark Wilson, Northumbria University
|Series Editorial Board||
Ashok Khosla, International Union for Conservation of Nature, Christine Loh, Civic Exchange, Hong Kong; Under Secretary for the Environment, Daniel M. Kammen, University of California, Berkeley, Lester R. Brown, Earth Policy Institute, Luis Gomez-Echeverri, United Nations Development Programme
宝库山 可持续百科全书: 中国和印度: 评估可持续性发展 (第七卷)