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Green Politics in China
Environmental Governance and State-Society Relations
Based on interviews with members of grassroots organisations, media and government institutions, Green Politics in China is an in-depth account of the novel ways Chinese society is responding to its environmental crisis, using examples rarely captured in Western media or academia.
The struggle for clean air, low-carbon conspiracy theories, is transforming Chinese society, producing new forms of public fund raising and the encouraging the international tactics of grassroots NGOs. In doing so, they challenge static understandings of state-society relations in China, providing a crucial insight into the way in which China is changing internally and emerging as a powerful player in global environmental politics.
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'A very insightful and in-depth study on Chinese green NGOs, their relation with the party-state, political leverage, and the multi-dimensional ways in which they influence environmental policy and frame their campaigns' -- Peter Ho, Ford Foundation 'Through a series of fascinating case studies and interviews, Zhang and Barr reveal the complex interaction between China's people and its government as policy is decided and implemented' -- Tony Saich, Daewoo Professor of International Affairs, Harvard University