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Basic Studies in Environmental Knowledge, Technology, Evaluation, and Strategy : Introduction to East Asia Environmental Studies

By: Shimaoka, Takayuki.
Contributor(s): Kuba, Takahiro | Nakayama, Hirofumi | Fujita, Toshiyuki | Horii, Nobuhiro.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Tokyo : Springer Japan, 2015Description: 1 online resource (295 p.).ISBN: 9784431558194.Subject(s): Environmental managementGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Basic Studies in Environmental Knowledge, Technology, Evaluation, and Strategy : Introduction to East Asia Environmental StudiesDDC classification: 550 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- Part I: Environmental Knowledge -- Chapter 1: Asia´s Local Air Pollution and Impacts on Global Climate Change -- 1.1 Economic Growth and Energy Consumption in Asia: What Is the Key to Energy Saving? -- 1.2 Increasing Impact on Climate Change: High Dependency on Coal -- 1.3 Current Situation of Traditional Air Pollution: Basically Improving -- 1.4 Future Outlook for Energy Demand and Environmental Problems in Asia -- 1.5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2: Issues and Problems Regarding Water in Developing East Asia -- 2.1 Introduction
2.2 Structure and Elements Regarding Water Issues and Problems -- 2.2.1 Current Water Issues and Problems -- 2.2.2 Structure of Water Issues and Problems -- 2.2.3 Characteristics of Water Issues and Problems -- 2.3 Development of Water Issues and Problems in Asia -- 2.3.1 Population -- 2.3.2 Urbanization -- 2.3.3 Economy -- 2.3.4 Climate -- 2.3.5 Floods -- 2.3.6 Groundwater and Water Resources -- 2.3.7 Water Supply and Water Scarcity -- 2.3.8 Wastewater Treatment and Sanitation -- 2.3.9 Water Pollution and Sediment Transport -- 2.3.10 Acid Rain
2.4 Integrated River Basin Management to Solve Problems and to Discuss Issues -- 2.4.1 Elements of Integrated River Basin Management -- 2.4.2 Concepts for Management -- 2.4.3 Objectives of IRBM -- 2.4.4 Management Procedure -- 2.4.5 Calculation Methods -- 2.4.6 Simplified Methods on IRBM -- 2.4.7 Example: Case Study of the Yellow River -- References -- Chapter 3: Environmental Problems in China -- 3.1 Points Which Merit Extra Attention When Examining Environmental Ecosystem Problems in China -- 3.1.1 Negative Historical Heritage -- 3.1.2 Nature of Industrialization Which Began Full Scale in 1953
3.1.3 Occurrence of Compressed Environmental Destruction -- 3.2 1973 to the Mid-1990s Pollution Investigation and Policy Formation -- 3.2.1 Environmental Awareness -- 3.2.2 Progress of the Inspections -- 3.2.3 Feature of Policies -- 3.3 Mid-1990s to Today: Environmental Burden Additionally Increased by Hyper-rapid Growth -- 3.3.1 New Environmental Burden Brought About by Qualitative Change in the Economy -- 3.3.2 Deepened Environmental Awareness Accompanying New Economic Change -- 3.3.3 Groping for New Policy -- 3.3.4 Groping for a New Environmental Policy
3.3.5 Investment for Environmental Protection -- 3.4 Assessment of the Effect of a 40-Year Period of Environmental Protection Activity -- 3.5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Environmental Issues in Southeast Asia -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Diverse Southeast Asian Countries and Their Environmental Issues -- 4.3 Environmental and Resource Issues and International Cooperation -- 4.3.1 Mekong River -- 4.3.2 Forest Fires and Smoke Pollution (Haze) -- 4.3.3 Initiatives Related to Biodiversity Protection -- 4.3.4 Cross-Border Products and Environmental Regulations on Products
4.4 Southeast Asian Economic Integration and Environmental Issues
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Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- Part I: Environmental Knowledge -- Chapter 1: Asia´s Local Air Pollution and Impacts on Global Climate Change -- 1.1 Economic Growth and Energy Consumption in Asia: What Is the Key to Energy Saving? -- 1.2 Increasing Impact on Climate Change: High Dependency on Coal -- 1.3 Current Situation of Traditional Air Pollution: Basically Improving -- 1.4 Future Outlook for Energy Demand and Environmental Problems in Asia -- 1.5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2: Issues and Problems Regarding Water in Developing East Asia -- 2.1 Introduction

2.2 Structure and Elements Regarding Water Issues and Problems -- 2.2.1 Current Water Issues and Problems -- 2.2.2 Structure of Water Issues and Problems -- 2.2.3 Characteristics of Water Issues and Problems -- 2.3 Development of Water Issues and Problems in Asia -- 2.3.1 Population -- 2.3.2 Urbanization -- 2.3.3 Economy -- 2.3.4 Climate -- 2.3.5 Floods -- 2.3.6 Groundwater and Water Resources -- 2.3.7 Water Supply and Water Scarcity -- 2.3.8 Wastewater Treatment and Sanitation -- 2.3.9 Water Pollution and Sediment Transport -- 2.3.10 Acid Rain

2.4 Integrated River Basin Management to Solve Problems and to Discuss Issues -- 2.4.1 Elements of Integrated River Basin Management -- 2.4.2 Concepts for Management -- 2.4.3 Objectives of IRBM -- 2.4.4 Management Procedure -- 2.4.5 Calculation Methods -- 2.4.6 Simplified Methods on IRBM -- 2.4.7 Example: Case Study of the Yellow River -- References -- Chapter 3: Environmental Problems in China -- 3.1 Points Which Merit Extra Attention When Examining Environmental Ecosystem Problems in China -- 3.1.1 Negative Historical Heritage -- 3.1.2 Nature of Industrialization Which Began Full Scale in 1953

3.1.3 Occurrence of Compressed Environmental Destruction -- 3.2 1973 to the Mid-1990s Pollution Investigation and Policy Formation -- 3.2.1 Environmental Awareness -- 3.2.2 Progress of the Inspections -- 3.2.3 Feature of Policies -- 3.3 Mid-1990s to Today: Environmental Burden Additionally Increased by Hyper-rapid Growth -- 3.3.1 New Environmental Burden Brought About by Qualitative Change in the Economy -- 3.3.2 Deepened Environmental Awareness Accompanying New Economic Change -- 3.3.3 Groping for New Policy -- 3.3.4 Groping for a New Environmental Policy

3.3.5 Investment for Environmental Protection -- 3.4 Assessment of the Effect of a 40-Year Period of Environmental Protection Activity -- 3.5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Environmental Issues in Southeast Asia -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Diverse Southeast Asian Countries and Their Environmental Issues -- 4.3 Environmental and Resource Issues and International Cooperation -- 4.3.1 Mekong River -- 4.3.2 Forest Fires and Smoke Pollution (Haze) -- 4.3.3 Initiatives Related to Biodiversity Protection -- 4.3.4 Cross-Border Products and Environmental Regulations on Products

4.4 Southeast Asian Economic Integration and Environmental Issues

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