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The sustainability of China's major mining cities

Mar 01, 2008· The indicator system of the DSDMR for evaluating the sustainability for a mining city is devised on account of practice of China's mining cities (see Table 1). It consists of 24 indicators, including five aspects of mineral resources, economy, society, environment, and intelligence.

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The sustainability of China's major mining cities

To do this, 78 Chinese mining cities are used as an example. These cities are classified on a hierarchical level of the DSDMR in order to support decision-making of sustainable development. Six principal factors controlling the DSDMR are recognized using factor analysis.

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The sustainability of China's major mining cities

Yu et al. measured the sustainability of China's major mining cities and contrasted them with other types of cities [22]. Wang et al. and Dong et al. researched the sustainable development of

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The sustainability of China's major mining cities

Downloadable (with restrictions)! The aim of this paper is to identify principal factors controlling the Degree of Sustainable Development of Mineral Resources (DSDMR) of mining cities and then to measure their DSDMR and reveal their developing trends. To do this, 78 Chinese mining cities are used as an example. These cities are classified on a hierarchical level of the DSDMR in order to

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Sustainable transition of mining cities in China

Sep 25, 2020· Literature and policies of China's mining cities are analyzed. • Sustainable transition is the central topic for China's mining cities. • Mining cities are classified into booming and shrinking mining cities. • Policy implications are proposed for different types of mining cities.

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Analyzing sustainability of Chinese coal cities using a

Dec 01, 2019· As for China, Yu et al. (2008) measured the degree of sustainable development of mineral resources of 78 Chinese mining cities and revealed their developing trends; Peng et al. (2015) explored landscape ecological risk assessment associated with coal cities by illustrating landscape sustainability in Liaoyuan, a coal city in China, and the

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Assessing the sustainability of major cities in China

Nov 26, 2009· Chan KW (2007) Misconceptions and complexities in the study of China’s cities: definitions, statistics, and implications. Eurasian Geogr Econ 48(4):383–412 CrossRef Google Scholar China Academy of Science (CAS), Strategic Research Team on Sustainable Development (2006) China Sustainable Development Strategic Report.

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(PDF) Assessing the sustainability of major cities in China

Findings from “ Urban sustainability indices of major cities in China ” indicated that Urumqi is the only major city that had a decreased USI value from 2003 to 2006.

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5 lessons from China on how to drive sustainable growth

Oct 21, 2020· Between 1978 and 2015, China invested a total of $378.5 billion in 16 major sustainability programmes, most of it in the latter 20 years. The investment involved more than 500 million people and far exceeds any other national sustainability programme.

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China’s New Urbanization Plan The Nature of Cities

May 11, 2014· On 16 March 2014, China’s State Council released the “National New-type Urbanization Plan,” a long-awaited top-down effort to utilize urbanization as an engine for economic growth in the near future. The plan details an ambitious series of goals the government seeks to accomplish by 2020. However, speeding up the urbanization process will have far-reaching environmental

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How Rare-Earth Mining Has Devastated China's Environment

The mining of rare earth metals occurs mainly in southeastern China, in provinces like Jiangxi and Fujian. But there is also mining as north as Inner Mongolia and as west as Sichuan. Over the last decade and a half, China has also moved to obtain exclusive mining rights in African countries in return for building big-ticket infrastructure projects.

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China Wrestles with the Toxic Aftermath of Rare Earth Mining

Jul 02, 2019· China has been a major source of rare earth metals used in high-tech products, from smartphones to wind turbines. As cleanup of these mining sites begins, experts argue that global companies that have benefited from access to these metals should help foot the bill.

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Rare earth mining in China: the bleak social and

Mar 20, 2014· China produces more than 85% of the world's supply, about half of which comes from Baotou, a city of 2.5 million in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region,

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Sustainability Free Full-Text Entering and Exiting

The continuous entry of new firms and exit of old ones might have substantial effects on productivity of energy supply. Since China is the world’s largest energy producer, productivity of energy supply in China is a significant issue, which affects sustainability. As a technical application, this paper investigates the productivity and dynamic changes of Chinese coal mining firms.

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China’s 14th Plan, sustainable development and the new era

Wellbeing, quality and sustainability: the new focuses of China’s transformation The 14th Five-Year Plan (covering 2021–25) will be a crucial element in shaping the new era, for China and for the world. China’s transformation has seen it rise from low-income to

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Majority of China’s Proposed Coal-Fired Power Plants

Aug 26, 2013· As of July 2012, China’s government planned 363 coal-fired power plants for construction across China, with a combined generating capacity exceeding 557 gigawatts (for reference, installed capacity at the end of 2012 was 758 GW). This amounts to an almost 75 percent increase in coal-fired generating capacity.

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China’s green revolution McKinsey & Company

China’s rapid pace of urbanization and economic development over the past three decades has lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty, and catapulted the nation into the ranks of the world’s largest economies. Yet, rising demand for energy, increasing emissions

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Sand mining: the global environmental crisis you’ve never

Feb 27, 2017· The great leap upward: China's Pearl River Delta, then and now Read more The most dramatic impact of ocean sand mining is surely felt in Indonesia, where

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Chinas Top 6 Environmental Concerns China Environment

Mar 15, 2013· China's environmental problems, from air pollution in Beijing to cancer villages in the far western provinces, are as vast as the country itself.

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Advantages and disadvantages of sustainable development

Jul 10, 2018· Among the pros of sustainable development,obviously its objective, perhaps utopian, but at the same time necessary to save the planet from a major crisis,must be cited . To do this, it proposes a feasibility solution by harmonizing the economic, social and environmental aspects. Consider any of these issues separately will lead us to a dead end sooner or later.

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China is burning through its natural resources MINING.COM

Apr 26, 2015· China is the globe's top mining country, but its alarming reserves-to-production ratio is forcing domestic miners to hunt for deals in the rest of the world.

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The Environmental Impact of China’s Investment in Africa

cent of major cities had groundwater categorized as bad to very bad, and more than a quarter of China’s key rivers were deemed unfit for human contact. 8. Lack of waste removal and proper processing, combined with negligent farming practices, overgrazing, and the effects of climate change have turned much of China’s arable land into desert. 9

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