Going Global, Going Green: CCICED on Investment, Trade and Environment
Significant progress has been made in achieving sustainable development in China, but there are still many challenges ahead.
This book is a summary of work by the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development Task Force on Investment, Trade and Environment. The book analyzes the impact of international investment and trade on the environment and how China could leverage its international trade and investment activities to advance a "green shift" of the economy.
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