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Towards a Sustainable Asia Natural Resources

Report Out of Print
By: Association of Academies of Sciences in Asia(Author)
112 pages, 25 colour & 2 b/w illustrations, 14 colour tables
Publisher: Springer Nature
Towards a Sustainable Asia
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  • Towards a Sustainable Asia ISBN: 9783642166778 Paperback Mar 2011 Out of Print #204989
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About this book

This series of books are the output of the research project called Sustainable Development in Asia (SDA), which was initiated by the Association of Academies of Sciences in Asia (AASA). They are comprised of one synthesis report, which entitled Towards a Sustainable Asia: Green Transition and Innovation, and four thematic reports on natural resources, energy, the environment and climate change, and culture from particular perspectives of agriculture.

They aim to: 1) investigate common sustainability issues faced by all Asian countries, including population increase, poverty alleviation, pollution control, ecological restoration, as well as regional problems, such as water shortage in West and Central Asia, energy security in Northeast Asia, development model & transformation in East Asia; 2) analyze and summarize of best practices towards sustainable development in Asia; 3) bring forward suggestions and policy options for promoting green transition, system innovation and sustainable development of Asia.

With best practice guidelines for a sustainable Asia, this series of reports, for the first time systematically address the common challenges and regional problems in regard to Asia's natural resources use, pollution reduction and climate protection, sustainable energy development, and innovations for environment-friendly and culture-compatible agriculture. They will provide handy and useful information to researchers, government policy makers and the general public who have concerns about Asia's sustainable development.

AASA is a scientific and technological organization in Asia, established in 2000, comprising of 26 member academies all over Asia. Its vision is to provide a forum for the discussion of all issues relevant to science and technology development and its application on national level within Asia.
 

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- Introduction
- Status and trends of resources utilization in Asia
- Major problems and challenges of resources utilization in Asia
- Successful experience and lessons of the utilization of resources in typical countries and regions in Asia
- Policy recommendations for sustainable resources utilization in Asia
- Major project proposal for sustainable resources utilization in Asia

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Report Out of Print
By: Association of Academies of Sciences in Asia(Author)
112 pages, 25 colour & 2 b/w illustrations, 14 colour tables
Publisher: Springer Nature
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