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Global green shift : when Ceres meets Gaia

Author: John A Mathews
Publisher: London : Anthem Press, 2017.
Series: Anthem other canon economics.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The greening of industry is described as a global process driven not so much by Western countries concerned with climate change as by China, India and other industrializing countries responding to economic imperatives as they scale up their industrial systems. This is described as economics meeting ecology, or Ceres meeting Gaia.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Mathews, John A.
Global Green Shift : When Ceres Meets Gaia.
London : Anthem Press, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John A Mathews
ISBN: 9781783086436 1783086432 1783086424 9781783086429
OCLC Number: 971364616
Notes: Japanese Experience with the Allied Oil Embargo.
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 236 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Contents: Cover; Front Matter; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Table of contents; List of figures; Foreword; Preface; Acronyms; PART I Dynamics of the Green Transition; Chapters (1-9); Chapter 1 Introduction; It's not all about Climate Change; Geopolitical and Environmental Limits to Fossil Fuels; China'S Energy Strategies; Anthropocene Choices: Moral vs. Economic; Ecomodernization Strategies; When Ceres Meets Gaia; Outline of Chapters; Chapter 2 Evolutionary Dynamics of Our Industrial Civilization; Industrial Transformations; Shifting Wealth. The Feasible Ecomodernization Strategies of China and IndiaStrategic Choices --
and Objections; Chapter 3 Ecomodernization --
with 'Chinese Characteristics'; Ecological ModerniZation; Decoupling; Chapter 4 Sociotechnical Transitions: A Sixth Wave; Five Waves Of Sociotechnical Transition; Sixth Wave Transitions: Food, Water, Resources, Energy; Food production; Water production; Resources reproduction --
circular economy; Energy production/generation; Reverse Salients; Interconnections; Sixth Wave Trends --
Decoupling Economies from Natural Constraints. Chapter 5 No Wonder China and India are Pursuing Green Growth Strategies so VigorouslyChina and its Green Growth Strategy; Target of 750 billion watts of clean, green power in China by 2020; What are the options AVAILABLE for China?; Are bankruptcies and overcapacity in China's renewables manufacturing industries a sign of weakness?; The pollution constraint; India's Renewables Strategy; Chapter 6 Finance Now Playing a Central Role in the Green Shift; Tapping the Capital Markets: The Kexim Green Bonds; Green Bonds Expansion; China and the Building of a Green Financial System. Chapter 7 Can the China Model be Utilized by Other Industrializing Countries?Advantages of Green Growth Development Strategies; Renewable resources are available to all; Green development is biased towards rural employment generation; Cost disadvantages can be overcome; Green growth pathways offer unlimited catch-up and technological leapfrogging possibilities; Green and black development complement each other; Green growth generates export earnings and reduces import charges; A green growth pathway generates increasing returns through cross-linkages; Insertion in global value chains. Green growth provides a bias towards innovationProspects for Green Growth in Developing Countries: Morocco as Exemplar; Chapter 8 Green Growth Development Strategies, Local Content Requirements and World Trade; Local Content Requirements and 'Next Generation' Trade Disputes; Green Reforms to the World's Trade System; Integrating the World's Trade and Climate Regimes: A Proposal; Chapter 9 Farewell Fossil Fuels; Declining Industries; Oil and gas industry problems; Divestment; Imperfect transition; Oil in the Twentieth Century: Wars, Revolutions and Terror.
Series Title: Anthem other canon economics.
Responsibility: John A. Mathews.

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The greening of industry is described as a global process driven not so much by Western countries concerned with climate change as by China, India and other industrializing countries responding to economic imperatives as they scale up their industrial systems. This is described as economics meeting ecology, or Ceres meeting Gaia.

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