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Volume 63, issue 14, 2020

Green space ideas and practices in European cities pp. 2464-2483 Downloads
Michal Kohout and Jan Kopp
Changing rice cropping patterns among farmers as a preventive policy to protect water resources pp. 2484-2500 Downloads
Montaha Boazar, Abas Abdeshahi and Masoud Yazdanpanah
Prioritizing community environmental concerns with a hybrid approach to multi-criteria decision-making – a case study of Newport News, Virginia, USA pp. 2501-2517 Downloads
Liem Tran, Timothy Barzyk, Mark Ridgley and Robert O’Neill
Which factors influence farmers’ intentions to adopt giant panda conservation practices? pp. 2518-2533 Downloads
Yan Tang, Fan Zheng, Shiyi Liu and Cuibai Yang
Can a monopsony increase welfare in uncertain markets? pp. 2534-2553 Downloads
Doron Lavee and Uri Regev
The role of local government in governance and diffusion of Mobility-as-a-Service: exploring the views of MaaS stakeholders in Stockholm pp. 2554-2576 Downloads
Paul Fenton, Gianluca Chimenti and Wisdom Kanda
Households from developing countries do not sort their solid waste: truth or myth? pp. 2577-2592 Downloads
Manuel Zambrano-Monserrate, Maria Alejandra Ruano and Cristina Yoong-Parraga
Farmers’ risk aversion, loss aversion and climate change adaptation strategies in Wushen Banner, China pp. 2593-2606 Downloads
Jianjun Jin, Tong Xuhong, Xinyu Wan, Rui He, Foyuan Kuang and Jing Ning
Unpacking the moderating role of age and gender in the belief–behaviour link: a study within the context of water resources pollution pp. 2607-2626 Downloads
Murat Okumah, Ata Senior Yeboah and Isaac Asante-Wusu
Managing light pollution through dark sky areas: learning from the world’s first dark sky preserve pp. 2627-2645 Downloads
Daniel A. Silver and Gordon M. Hickey
Modified landscapes: visitor’s perceptions of conservation in a natural reserve invaded by exotic conifers pp. 2646-2662 Downloads
Clara Pissolito, Sebastian Dario Rossi, Jorgelina Franzese, Estela Raffaele and María Emilia Fernández

Volume 63, issue 13, 2020

Advances in sustainable integrated solid waste management systems: lessons learned over the decade 2007–2018 pp. 2287-2312 Downloads
Hossein Asefi, Shahrooz Shahparvari and Prem Chhetri
Predicting farms’ noncompliance with regulations on nitrate pollution pp. 2313-2333 Downloads
Pete Lunn, Sean Lyons and Martin Murphy
Potential of floating photovoltaic plant in a tropical reservoir in Brazil pp. 2334-2356 Downloads
Italo Sampaio Rodrigues, Geraldo Luis Bezerra Ramalho and Pedro Henrique Augusto Medeiros
Modeling the trade-offs between urban development and ecological process based on landscape multi-functionality and regional ecological networks pp. 2357-2379 Downloads
Ailing Cai, Jun Wang, Ian MacLachlan and Likai Zhu
Identifying barriers to implementing a sustainability assessment tool for road project planning: an institutional perspective from practitioners in Indonesia pp. 2380-2401 Downloads
Gede B. Suprayoga, Patrick Witte and Tejo Spit
Too expensive to be worth it? A methodology to identify disproportionate costs of environmental measures as applied to the Middle Tagus River, Spain pp. 2402-2424 Downloads
Antonio Bolinches, Lucia De Stefano and Javier Paredes-Arquiola
Valuing the effect of land use change on landscape services on the urban–rural fringe pp. 2425-2445 Downloads
Ting Zhou, Erin Kennedy, Eric Koomen and Eveline S. van Leeuwen
From non-place to place in post-suburbia: city-edge office parks as loci for nature-based micro-interventions pp. 2446-2463 Downloads
Daniel Mallo, Abigail Schoneboom, Armelle Tardiveau and Geoff Vigar

Volume 63, issue 12, 2020

Is coastal adaptation a public good? The financing implications of good characteristics in coastal adaptation pp. 2082-2101 Downloads
Sierra C Woodruff, Megan Mullin and Malini Roy
When the tide gets high: a review of adaptive responses to sea level rise and coastal flooding pp. 2102-2143 Downloads
Ayşın Dedekorkut-Howes, Elnaz Torabi and Michael Howes
Deriving site-specific and time-varying supply curves for forest carbon storage pp. 2144-2162 Downloads
Seong-Hoon Cho, Amine Ben Ayara, Dayton Lambert, Christopher Clark, Guangsheng Chen, Daniel J. Hayes and Bijay P. Sharma
The role of a deductible/credit system for post-disaster public assistance in meeting alternative policy goals pp. 2163-2193 Downloads
Adam Rose, Philip Ganderton, Jonathan Eyer, Dan Wei, Raphael Bostic and Detlof von Winterfeldt
Principles in practice: Toward a conceptual framework for resilient urban design pp. 2194-2226 Downloads
Azadeh Lak, Faezeh Hasankhan and Seyed Amirhossein Garakani
Households’ willingness to pay for soil conservation on communal lands: application of the contingent valuation method in north eastern Ethiopia pp. 2227-2245 Downloads
Getachew Belay, Mengistu Ketema and Ahmed Musa Hasen
A blueprint for a methodology to balance land-use in semi-natural areas pp. 2246-2264 Downloads
Giancarlo Maria Chiarenza
Implementation of SWOT analysis to evaluate conservation necessity and utilization of natural wealth: terrestrial orchids as a case study pp. 2265-2286 Downloads
Jovana Dulić, Mirjana Ljubojević, Dragiša Savić, Vladislav Ognjanov, Tamara Dulić, Goran Barać and Maja Milović

Volume 63, issue 11, 2020

Getting the ball rolling: an exploration of the drivers and barriers towards the implementation of bottom-up circular economy initiatives in Amsterdam and Rotterdam pp. 1903-1926 Downloads
Max Russell, Alberto Gianoli and Stelios Grafakos
Municipal climate change adaptation and mitigation: from planning to action in Nova Scotia pp. 1927-1945 Downloads
George Philp and Alice Cohen
Biases and environmental risks in urban Africa: household solid waste decision-making pp. 1946-1964 Downloads
Kris Wernstedt, Jacob M. Kihila and Mengiseny Kaseva
The repercussions of foreign direct investment, renewable energy and health expenditure on environmental decay? An econometric analysis of B&RI countries pp. 1965-1986 Downloads
Anwar Khan, Jamal Hussain, Sadia Bano and Yang Chenggang
The pitchfork or the fishhook: a multi-stakeholder perspective towards intensive farming in floodplains pp. 1987-2003 Downloads
Ann Lévesque, Jérôme Dupras and Jean-François Bissonnette
Greenspace volunteering post-disaster: exploration of themes in motivation, barriers, and benefits from post-hurricane park and garden volunteers pp. 2004-2021 Downloads
Shaleen Miller
Comprehensive plans as tools for enhancing coastal community resilience pp. 2022-2041 Downloads
Marina Cucuzza, Joshua S. Stoll and Heather M. Leslie
Evaluating evolving experiments: the case of local government action to implement ecological sustainable design pp. 2042-2063 Downloads
Andréanne Doyon, Trivess Moore, Susie Moloney and Joe Hurley
The use of multiple actual referenda in a new payment card methodology pp. 2064-2081 Downloads
Quinton Babcock, Kevin J. Egan and Daryl F. Dwyer

Volume 63, issue 10, 2020

Monetary valuation of urban nature’s health effects: a systematic review pp. 1716-1737 Downloads
Xianwen Chen
Conservation in the context of wildflower harvesting: the development and implementation of a Vulnerability Index on the Agulhas Plain of South Africa pp. 1738-1757 Downloads
Sean Privett, David Bek, Roger Bailey, Tony Binns, Domatilla Raimondo, Donovan Kirkwood and Douglas Euston-Brown
Personality traits and village cadre adoption of rural environmental protection measures: a case study from China pp. 1758-1770 Downloads
Mi Zhou, Meijun Qiu, Li Huang and Brendan Nuse
Assessing the role of subjective judgment and science in environmental impact assessment: implications and options for reform pp. 1771-1790 Downloads
Anur Mehdic, Thomas Gunton and Murray Rutherford
Biocultural learning – beyond ecological knowledge transfer pp. 1791-1810 Downloads
Diana Garavito-Bermúdez
Early warning simulation of urban ecological security in the Yangtze River Economic Belt: a case study of Chongqing, Wuhan, and Shanghai pp. 1811-1833 Downloads
Xiaoling Ke, Amal Mougharbel, Haixiang Guo, Deyun Wang, Yan Wang and Feng Min
Impacts of changing urban form on ecological efficiency in China: a comparison between urban agglomerations and administrative areas pp. 1834-1856 Downloads
Song Wang, Mengyuan Jia, Yahui Zhou and Fei Fan
Multi-criteria analysis process for creation and evaluation of PES alternatives in the Ruka-Kuusamo tourism area pp. 1857-1879 Downloads
Mikko Kurttila, Erkki Mäntymaa, Liisa Tyrväinen, Artti Juutinen and Teppo Hujala
Designing the subtropical city: an evaluation of climate-sensitive policy effects in Brisbane, Australia pp. 1880-1901 Downloads
Renuka Bhoge, Hannah Nolan and Dorina Pojani

Volume 63, issue 9, 2020

Sustainable development, sustainability and research within the Journal of Environmental Planning and Management pp. 1523-1527 Downloads
Neil Powe
River rehabilitation: preference factors and public participation implications pp. 1528-1549 Downloads
Xavier Garcia, Marta Benages-Albert, Matthias Buchecker and Pere Vall-Casas
A decision support framework for sustainable highway alignment embracing variant preferences of stakeholders: case of China Pakistan economic corridor pp. 1550-1584 Downloads
Irfan Zafar, Ibrahim Yahaya Wuni, Geoffrey Qiping Shen, Hafiz Zahoor and Jin Xue
A new hybrid modified MADM model for the potential evaluation of a comprehensive land consolidation project (LCP) toward achieving sustainable development pp. 1585-1615 Downloads
Sheng-Hau Lin, Kung-Ming Liu, Jing-Chzi Hsieh, Chiao-Lun Hu, Xianjin Huang and Gwo-Hshiung Tzeng
Bringing the swamp in from the periphery: Australian wetlands as sites of climate resilience and political agency pp. 1616-1632 Downloads
Hannah Della Bosca and Josephine Gillespie
Contribution of non-timber forest products to the livelihood of farmers in coffee growing areas: evidence from Yayu Coffee Forest Biosphere Reserve pp. 1633-1654 Downloads
Abebe D. Beyene, Alemu Mekonnen, Mark Hirons, Elizabeth Robinson, Techane Gonfa, Tadesse W. Gole and Sheleme Demissie
Understanding the problems of biogas production deployment in different regions: territorial governance matters too pp. 1655-1673 Downloads
Sébastien Bourdin, Mathilde Colas and François Raulin
The involvement of non-state actors in the creation and management of protected areas: insights from the Portuguese case pp. 1674-1694 Downloads
Giulia Iannuzzi, Rui Santos and João Morais Mourato
Participation of civil society in decisions to mitigate environmental degradation in post-conflict societies: evidence from Somalia pp. 1695-1715 Downloads
Osman M. Jama, Guijian Liu, Abdishakur W. Diriye, Balal Yousaf, Ibrahim Basiru and Abdulhakim M. Abdi

Volume 63, issue 8, 2020

Government regulation, business leaders’ motivations and environmental performance of SMEs pp. 1335-1355 Downloads
Johan Graafland and Lans Bovenberg
Disconnected dots?: A systematic review of governance challenges for natural resource management pp. 1356-1374 Downloads
Ruth Potts
Exploring stakeholders’ perceptions of the quality and governance of water resources in the Wenchi municipality pp. 1375-1403 Downloads
Murat Okumah and Ata Senior Yeboah
Governing a complex socio-ecological system: the case of the ‘Golden Corridor Program’ in Taiwan pp. 1404-1426 Downloads
Cassidy I-Chih Lan and Li-Pei Peng
Transforming incinerators into community amenities? The Seoul experience pp. 1427-1452 Downloads
Albert T. Han, Lucie Laurian and Min Hee Go
Best practices for implementing federal environmental policies: a principal-agent perspective pp. 1453-1469 Downloads
Luke Fowler
Direct potable water reuse in five arid inland communities: an analysis of factors influencing public acceptance pp. 1470-1500 Downloads
Caroline E. Scruggs, Claudia B. Pratesi and John R. Fleck
Insights from engaging stakeholders on developing pest management strategies on an inhabited island pp. 1501-1521 Downloads
Harriet A. Omondiagbe, David R. Towns, Jay K. Wood and Barbara Bollard-Breen

Volume 63, issue 7, 2020

Flood resilience: a systematic review pp. 1151-1176 Downloads
Kerri McClymont, David Morrison, Lindsay Beevers and Esther Carmen
Successes and shortcomings of climate change communication: insights from a longitudinal analysis of Swedish Forest owners pp. 1177-1195 Downloads
Gregor Vulturius, Karin André, Åsa Gerger Swartling, Calum Brown and Mark Rounsevell
Do species-poor forests fool conservation policies? Assessing the role of forests, biodiversity and income in global conservation efforts pp. 1196-1214 Downloads
Laté A. Lawson
Applying the principles of adaptive governance to bushfire management: a case study from the South West of Australia pp. 1215-1240 Downloads
Simone Ruane
ISO 14001 certification in developing countries: motivations from trade and environment pp. 1241-1265 Downloads
Jie Liu, Chunhui Yuan, Muhammad Hafeez and Xiaolong Li
Climate risk in a globalized world: empirical findings from supply chains in the Swedish manufacturing sector pp. 1266-1282 Downloads
Sandra Tenggren, Olle Olsson, Gregor Vulturius, Henrik Carlsen and Magnus Benzie
Detection of spatial-temporal variations in forest canopy surface temperature in response to urbanization: a case study from Longyan, China pp. 1283-1300 Downloads
Zhifeng Wu, Wang Man and Yin Ren
Disadoption of conservation practices: cases of injecting manure and soil testing pp. 1301-1334 Downloads
Haluk Gedikoglu

Volume 63, issue 6, 2020

Towards the implementation of green stormwater infrastructure: perspectives from municipal managers in the Pacific Northwest pp. 959-980 Downloads
Vivek Shandas, A. Marissa Matsler, Liliana Caughman and Ashley Harris
Regulating earthquake risk: preferences for trade-offs between economic benefits and regulation of produced wastewater injection from hydraulic fracturing pp. 981-1000 Downloads
Bart Niyibizi, John N. Ng’ombe and Tracy Boyer
The role of water quality for local environmental policy implementation pp. 1001-1021 Downloads
Erik Brockwell and Katarina Elofsson
Regulations fail to constrain dog space use in threatened species beach habitats pp. 1022-1036 Downloads
Thomas J. Schneider, Grainne S. Maguire, Desley A. Whisson and Michael A. Weston
The difficulty of steering settlement development to reduce the loss of ecosystem services: an exploration of different development scenarios in Switzerland using spatially explicit land-use models pp. 1037-1055 Downloads
Jonas Schwaab, Sven Lautenbach, Nils Braun-Dubler, Markus Gmünder, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey and Maarten J. Van Strien
Pathways of learning about biodiversity and sustainability in private urban gardens pp. 1056-1076 Downloads
Alan P. Diduck, Christopher M. Raymond, Romina Rodela, Robert Moquin and Morrissa Boerchers
The governance of climate change adaptation: stormwater management policy and practice pp. 1077-1096 Downloads
Daniel Henstra, Jason Thistlethwaite and Shanaya Vanhooren
An overview of Canada’s National Pollutant Release Inventory program as a pollution control policy tool pp. 1097-1113 Downloads
Stuart Johnston Edwards and Tony R. Walker
Landscape strategy making as a pathway to policy integration and involvement of stakeholders: examples from a Danish action research programme pp. 1114-1131 Downloads
Lone Søderkvist Kristensen and Jørgen Primdahl
Using word clouds to present farmers’ perceptions of advisory services on pollution mitigation measures pp. 1132-1149 Downloads
Emilie Vrain and Andrew Lovett

Volume 63, issue 5, 2020

Learning in multi-level governance of adaptation to climate change – a literature review pp. 779-797 Downloads
Javier Gonzales-Iwanciw, Art Dewulf and Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen
Urban ecosystem conditions and ecosystem services – a comparison between large urban zones and city cores in the EU pp. 798-817 Downloads
Christina Kourdounouli and Anna Maria Jönsson
Understanding the dissemination and adoption of innovations through social network analysis: geospatial solutions for disaster management in Nepal and Kenya pp. 818-841 Downloads
Dragana Bojovic and Carlo Giupponi
Public participation and appeal rights in decision-making on wind energy infrastructure: a comparative analysis of the Danish and English legal framework pp. 842-861 Downloads
Chiara Armeni and Helle Tegner Anker
Choice experiment assessment of anglers’ salmonid conservation preferences pp. 862-882 Downloads
Gianluca Grilli and John Curtis
Highly valued agricultural landscapes and their ecosystem services in the urban-rural fringe – an integrated approach pp. 883-911 Downloads
Marta Sylla and Iga Solecka
Climate change adaptation in the planning of England’s coastal urban areas: priorities, barriers and future prospects pp. 912-934 Downloads
Daniel Young and Stephen Essex
A multiscale analysis of land use dynamics in the buffer zone of Rio Doce State Park, Minas Gerais, Brazil pp. 935-957 Downloads
Brayan Ricardo de Oliveira, Sónia Maria Carvalho-Ribeiro and Paulina Maria Maia-Barbosa

Volume 63, issue 4, 2020

Untapping the potential of technological advancements in Strategic Environmental Assessment pp. 585-603 Downloads
Ainhoa González Del Campo and Paola Gazzola
GIS-based suitability analysis using fuzzy PROMETHEE pp. 604-628 Downloads
A. P. Vavatsikos, O. E. Demesouka and K. P. Anagnostopoulos
Understanding the barriers for Internet-based e-waste collection system in China pp. 629-650 Downloads
Wenhua Wang, Ying Qu, Yue Liu and Yaxin Zhang
Nudging pro-environmental behavior: evidence from a web experiment on priming and WTP pp. 651-668 Downloads
Salvatore Bimonte, Luigi Bosco and Arsenio Stabile
Extending the theory of planned behavior to predict public participation behavior in air pollution control: Beijing, China pp. 669-688 Downloads
Zhihua Xu, Jingzhu Shan, Jingmei Li and Wensi Zhang
Ecological challenges for the buffer zone management of a West African National Park pp. 689-709 Downloads
Komina Honam Atsri, Komla Elikplim Abotsi, Kouami Kokou, Daniele Dendi, Gabriel Hoinsoude Segniagbeto, John E. Fa and Luca Luiselli
Challenges of mainstreaming green infrastructure in built environment professions pp. 710-732 Downloads
Adriana A. Zuniga-Teran, Chad Staddon, Laura de Vito, Andrea K. Gerlak, Sarah Ward, Yolandi Schoeman, Aimee Hart and Giles Booth
Evaluating alternative policies to reduce pesticide groundwater pollution in Dutch arable farming pp. 733-750 Downloads
Theodoros Skevas
The regional heterogeneity of wind power deployment: an empirical investigation of land-use policies in Germany and Sweden pp. 751-778 Downloads
Thomas Lauf, Kristina Ek, Erik Gawel, Paul Lehmann and Patrik Söderholm

Volume 63, issue 3, 2020

Coastal climate adaptation in port-cities: adaptation deficits, barriers, and challenges ahead pp. 389-414 Downloads
Sofia Valente and Fernando Veloso-Gomes
Framing fragmentation in strategic policy documents in spatial planning and environmental domains: differences and similarities pp. 415-432 Downloads
Eva Semančíková, Simona R. Grădinaru, Tereza Aubrechtová and Anna M. Hersperger
An ecosystem services-based approach for decision-making in urban planning pp. 433-452 Downloads
Fatih Terzi, Azime Tezer, Zeynep Turkay, Osman Uzun, Pınar Köylü, Elif Karacor, Nilgun Okay and Melek Kaya
Sustainable competitiveness: a spatial econometric analysis of European regions pp. 453-480 Downloads
Patrick Möbius and Wilhelm Althammer
GIS-based forest fire risk mapping using the analytical network process and fuzzy logic pp. 481-499 Downloads
Hassan Abedi Gheshlaghi, Bakhtiar Feizizadeh and Thomas Blaschke
Environmental justice implications of land grabbing for industrial agriculture and forestry in Argentina pp. 500-522 Downloads
Nienke Busscher, Constanza Parra and Frank Vanclay
The utilization of ecosystem services mapping in land use planning: the experience of LIFE SAM4CP project pp. 523-545 Downloads
Stefano Salata, Carolina Giaimo, Carlo Alberto Barbieri and Gabriele Garnero
Not just noise monitoring: rethinking citizen sensing for risk-related problem-solving pp. 546-567 Downloads
Anna Berti Suman and Marina van Geenhuizen
Mitigating environmental harm in urban planning: an ecological perspective pp. 568-584 Downloads
Adrianne Showalter Matlock and Jacob E. Lipsman

Volume 63, issue 2, 2020

A review of structural approach to flood management in coastal megacities of developing nations: current research and future directions pp. 127-147 Downloads
R.I. Ogie, C. Adam and P. Perez
Impact of knowledge absorptive capacity on corporate sustainability with mediating role of CSR: analysis from the Asian context pp. 148-174 Downloads
Mohsin Shahzad, Ying Qu, Saif Ur Rehman, Abaid Ullah Zafar, Xiangan Ding and Jawad Abbas
Sustainable solid waste management in developing countries: a study of institutional strengthening for solid waste management in Johannesburg, South Africa pp. 175-188 Downloads
Nzalalemba Serge Kubanza and Mulala Danny Simatele
Containing urban expansion in China: the case of Nanjing pp. 189-209 Downloads
Zinan Shao, Martha Bakker, Tejo Spit, Lenoie Janssen-Jansen and Wu Qun
Municipal solid waste management, household and local government participation: a cross country analysis pp. 210-235 Downloads
Somdutta Banerjee and Prasenjit Sarkhel
Sustainability assessment of a bus system in a mid-sized municipality pp. 236-256 Downloads
Paulo Ribeiro, Fernando Fonseca and Paulo Santos
Are local administrations really in charge of flood risk management governance? The Spanish Mediterranean coastline and its institutional vulnerability issues pp. 257-274 Downloads
Francisco López-Martínez, Alfredo Pérez-Morales and Emilio José Illán-Fernández
ARIMA models as an alternative to predict the diffusion of the ISO 14001 standard in Europe pp. 275-286 Downloads
Jean Marcel Sousa Lira, Eduardo Gomes Salgado and Luiz Alberto Beijo
Local communities’ perceptions and use of urban green infrastructure in two Ethiopian cities: Bahir Dar and Hawassa pp. 287-316 Downloads
Kassahun Gashu, Tegegne Gebre-Egziabher and Mulatu Wubneh
Sources of uncertainties in environmental assessment: Lessons about uncertainty disclosure and communication from an oil sands extraction project in Northern Alberta pp. 317-334 Downloads
Claire K. Aksamit, Jill A. Blakley, Jochen A.G. Jaeger, Bram F. Noble and Clinton N. Westman
Economic valuation of grazing management practices: discrete choice modeling in pastoral systems of Kenya pp. 335-351 Downloads
Alphayo I. Lutta, Lance W. Robinson, Oliver V. Wasonga, Eric Ruto, Jason Sircely and Moses M. Nyangito
Analysis of a below-water aggregate mining case study in Ontario, Canada using values-centric online citizen participation pp. 352-368 Downloads
Simone L. Philpot, Peter A. Johnson and Keith W. Hipel
Diverse pathways—common phenomena: comparing transitions of urban rainwater harvesting systems in Stockholm, Berlin and Barcelona pp. 369-388 Downloads
Lina Suleiman, Bo Olofsson, David Saurí, Laura Palau-Rof, Natàlia García Soler, Ourania Papasozomenou and Timothy Moss

Volume 63, issue 1, 2020

Information, technology, and digitalization in China’s environmental governance pp. 1-13 Downloads
Genia Kostka, Xuehua Zhang and Kyoung Shin
Emerging digital environmental governance in China: the case of black and smelly waters in China pp. 14-31 Downloads
Angel Hsu, Zhi Yi Yeo and Amy Weinfurter
Is fighting with data enough? Prospects for transformative citizen science in the Chinese Anthropocene pp. 32-48 Downloads
Daniele Brombal
Socioeconomic status, air pollution and desire for local environmental protection in China: insights from national survey data pp. 49-66 Downloads
Hedda Flatø
Navigating a datascape: challenges in automating environmental data disclosure in China pp. 67-86 Downloads
Matteo Tarantino
Engagement or control? The impact of the Chinese environmental protection bureaus’ burgeoning online presence in local environmental governance pp. 87-108 Downloads
Coraline Goron and Gillian Bolsover
Climate experimentation and the limits of top-down control: local variation of climate pilots in China pp. 109-126 Downloads
Kevin Lo, He Li and Kang Chen
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