Green Theory in Environmental Policy Making in China

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Green Theory in Environmental Policy Making in China
Author Ghahreman, Javier
Date 2018
English abstract
Climate change has been a topic of discussion for quite some time now. International Relations Theory, which is widely used to study the politics of the world also has a subfield of Green Theory in IR which concerns itself with world politics in a combination of the environment. This study has been conducted as part of an investigation to study the effects of green theories on green policymaking, specifically in the case of China. For the study, a qualitative study was conducted where trends of environmental governance related results were examined to draw a conclusion to the research questions. This study is in hope to present the case of China which ranks among the most contaminated nation and is also a major contributor to the global environmental crisis of ecological damage. It presents how China has been able to turn the tables and has become a case exemplar instead for the world to follow in environment protection owing to strong laws and implementation by its government.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Language eng (iso)
Subject green policy
green theory
environmental governance”
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/27622 Permalink to this page
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