Ecological Migration: Environmental Policy in China

Ecological Migration: Environmental Policy in China

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783034303439
Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Publication date: 02/09/2011
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 283
Product dimensions: 5.91(w) x 8.66(h) x (d)

About the Author

Masayoshi Nakawo is executive director of the National Institutes for the Humanities, a Japanese Inter-University Research Institute Cooperation, and a Professor Emeritus of the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, which is dedicated to the promotion of interdisciplinary research projects concerning global issues.
Yuki Konagaya is a professor at the National Museum of Ethnology, Japan, and one of the key researchers for Mongol Studies.
Shinjilt is an Associate Professor at the Kumamoto University, Japan. He originates from Inner Mongolia, China.

Table of Contents

Contents: Masayoshi Nakawo: Foreword – Shinjilt: Introduction: Remote regions of western China and «ecological migration» – Yuki Konagaya: The beginnings of «ecological migration» in the Heihe River valley from case studies in Ejene banner, Alasha League of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region – Kanako Kodama: The groundwater resource crisis caused by «ecological migration». Case studies of Mongolian pastoralists in Ejene Banner, Alasha League in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region – Suye: New round of grassland cultivation accompanying «ecological migration». From case studies of herders in Xianghuang Banner, Shilingol League, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region – Yoshiki Seki/Xiang Hu: Forest restoration without reliance upon «ecological migration»: From a case study of NGO activities in Guizhou Province – Mailisha: The mechanism of poverty resulting from «ecological migration». From case studies of herders in Minghua District, Sunan Yogor Autonomous County, Gansu Province – Li Jingyi: The effectiveness of «ecological migration» in reducing poverty (1). A case study based on the Tarim River Basin, Xingjiang – Shi Guoqing: The effectiveness of «ecological migration» in reducing poverty (2). Lessons from the Implementation of Ecological Migration in Alasha League, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region – Shunji Oniki/B. Gensuo: The voluntariness of migration under the «ecological migration» policy: from case studies of herders in Ordos City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region – Alta: Cultural acceptance of inhabitants in «ecological migration» from case studies in Xianghuang Banner, Shilingol League, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region – Shinjilt: Villagers’ perception of nature in relation to «ecological migration». A case study of «A» Village, Sunan Yogor Autonomous County, Gansu Province – Tomoko Nakamura: Differences in perception among the parties concerned with the «ecological migration policy»: from case studies in «B» Township, Qifeng District, Sunan Yogor Autonomous County, Gansu Province – Masayoshi Nakawo: Conclusion. Global environmental problems and ecological migration.

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