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Asia's Clean Revolution: Industry, Growth and the Environment
The world's environmental future will be determined in significant part by what happens in the rapidly industrialising and urban economies of Asia. The sheer scale of urban population and industrial growth in Asia - from Indonesia to China - and the energy - and materials-intensive character of the development process, constitutes a dark shadow over the region's, and indeed the world's, environment. And yet this challenge is also an opportunity. Asia's Clean Revolution examines the prospects for and pathways to such a new trajectory. The book lays out a path-breaking vision of how developing economies might go beyond environmental regulation and put in place an array of policies and institutions that could integrate environmental, industrial and technological goals. The book approaches the challenge of growth and environment in Asia in a novel way, by identifying six major transformational dynamics under way in the world today.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-x(10)

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Toward clean shared growth in Asia
pp. 11-37(27)
Authors: Angel, David P.; Rock, Michael T.; Feridhanusetyawan, Tubagus

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Part 1: Framing the Issues
pp. 38-40(3)
Authors: Angel, David P.; Rock, Michael T.

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Technology and environmental performance: Leveraging growth and sustainability
pp. 41-62(22)
Authors: Heaton, George R.; Resosudarmo, Budy

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Globalisation and the environment in Asia: Linkages, impacts and policy implications
pp. 63-87(25)
Authors: Esty, Daniel; Pangestu, Mari; Soesastro, Hadi

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Public policies to promote cleaner shared industrial growth in East Asia
pp. 88-103(16)
Authors: Rock, Michael T.; Ling, Ooi Giok; Kimm, Victor

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Civil society and the future of environmental governance in Asia
pp. 128-154(27)
Authors: Zarsky, Lyuba; Tay, Simon S.C.

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Part 2: Case Studies in Innovation
pp. 155-156(2)
Authors: Angel, David P.; Rock, Michael T.

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Putting pressure on polluters: Indonesia's PROPER programme
pp. 157-172(16)
Authors: Afsah, Shakeb; Vincent, Jeffrey R.

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Water pollution abatement in Malaysia
pp. 173-193(21)
Authors: Vincent, Jeffrey R.; Ali, Rozali Mohamed; Rahim, Khalid Abdul

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Measuring up: Toward a common framework for tracking corporate environmental performance
pp. 209-245(37)
Authors: Ditz, Daryl; Ranganathan, Janet

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Postscript
pp. 246-250(5)
Authors: Salazar, Melito; Evans, Warren

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pp. 251-277(27)

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