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Global Ecological Crisis

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Current ecological problems are closely linked with global economic and social activities, and as the twenty-first century advances such problems will become a central issue of human survival and development. China is seriously affected by global environmental changes, and it will in turn also have a great impact on the world environment

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  • Industrial Revolution
  • Natural Capital
  • United Nations Development Programme
  • International Energy Agency

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Hu, A. (2017). Global Ecological Crisis. In: China: Innovative Green Development. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-2806-9_3

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