Green Politics in China
Environmental Governance and State-Society Relations
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.
Joy Y Zhang is a Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent and an Affiliated Researcher at the College d'Etudes Mondiales, Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme. She is the author of The Cosmopolitanization of Science (Palgrave, 2012) and Green Politics in China (Pluto, 2013).
Michael Barr is a Lecturer in International Politics at Newcastle University. He is the author of Who's Afraid of China? (Zed, 2011) and Green Politics in China (Pluto, 2013).
1. Who Is To Blame?
2. Ways of Seeing
3. Ways of Changing
4. Conformist Rebels
5. The Green Leap Forward
Conclusion: To Stomach a Green Society
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