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AuthorBai, Yang
AuthorJiang, Bo
AuthorWang, Min
AuthorLi, Hui
AuthorAlatalo, Juha
AuthorHuang, Shenfa
Available date2015-11-09T05:59:13Z
Publication Date2015
Publication NameLand Use Policy
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2015.09.002
CitationBai, Y., et al., New ecological redline policy (ERP) to secure ecosystem services in China. Land Use Policy (2015)
ISSN0264-8377
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/3798
AbstractChina is facing huge environmental problems, with its current rapid rate of urbanization and industrial-ization causing biodiversity loss, ecosystem degradation, and land resources degradation on a major scale.To overcome management conflicts and secure ecosystem services, China has proposed a new ‘ecologicalredline policy’ (ERP) using ecosystem services as a way to meet its targets. By giving environmental policyredline status, China is demonstrating strong commitment in its efforts to tackle environmental degrada-tion and secure ecosystem services for the future. This is already having impact, as the Chinese Ministry ofEnvironmental Protection and the National Development and Reform Commission are prepared to worktogether to implement the new environmental policy
SponsorNational Natural Science Foundation of China (41501580)
Languageen
PublisherElsevier Ltd.
SubjectEnvironmental policy
SubjectEcosystem services
SubjectBeneficiary
SubjectEcological hotspots
SubjectManagement gaps
TitleNew ecological redline policy (ERP) to secure ecosystem services in China
TypeArticle


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