It has become increasingly apparent in recent years that pollution problems are becoming more global in nature. That is, human activities in one region have a significant impact on the environmental quality many miles removed from that region (Sawyer et al. 1994). The quantity of some effluents has overcome the natural, self-cleansing powers of the atmosphere, waters, and earth and has exceeded the natural ‘digestive’ abilities. Copyright © 2015 Stavros Sindakis and Christian Walter.
|Title of host publication||Entrepreneurial rise in South-East Asia: the quadruple helix influence on technological innovation|
|Editors||Stavros SINDAKIS, Christian WALTER|
|Place of Publication||New York|
|ISBN (Print)||9781137378675, 9781349478415|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
CitationTsang, Y. F. (2015). Environmental protection and pollution management in China. In S. Sindakis, & C. Walter (Eds.), Entrepreneurial rise in South-East Asia: the quadruple helix influence on technological innovation (pp.309-334). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Gross domestic product
- Environmental impact assessment
- Direct economic loss
- Environmental expenditure
- Pollution cost