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Environmental Pollution in China: What Everyone Needs to Know
Published by Oxford University Press
China's economy has grown remarkably quickly in recent decades and is now the second largest in the world-but prosperity has come at great environmental cost. Environmental Pollution in China: What Everyone Needs to Know (R) examines the nature of the country's pollution crisis, the Chinese people's response to it, and the efforts by the state to tackle it.
Daniel K. Gardner is the D.W. Morrow Professor of History at Smith and the author of several books on China, including Confucianism: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford).
Reviewer: Nicolas Levi
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