全球变化背景下生态技术与制度协同发展

Translated title of the contribution: Global Changes and Ecological Civilization(Symposium)

Yan Ma, 王 宝珠

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Abstract

Qi and Yang discuss the meaning of human well-being and sustainability, think the two is
fundamentally the same. They analyze the "Future Earth" program which views global sustainable
development as a strategic goal, or to achieve sustainable development of natural, social and economic,
and to improve human well-being. They point out that China should participate and even lead that
program to achieve harmonious development between nature and human being. i}Ma and Wang point
out the real problem of imbalance between global eco-technology and system innovation, analyze the
theoretical logic of collaborative innovation between global eco-technology and system innovation, raise
that build the global coordinate innovation system of eco-technology and system in stages,hierarchically
and systematically, and promote the policy path of coordinated and balanced development path for ecotechnology and system. Zhang and McDoungh adopt and expand the SSA frame to combine capital
accumulation dynamics with ecological ones to clarify the logic of global ecological change. They hold
that building accumulation a new Social Structure of Sustainable ccumulation which can ease the conflict between and eco-protection is an effective way to deal with the global Yan expand the basic concept of sustainable development in the sustainable development is based on sustainable natural resources context ecosystem changes. Mao and of global changes; hold that and ecosystem, which are injured by global changes. Sustainable development is a kind of international public goods which has four different while related product modes.
Original languageChinese (Simplified)
Pages (from-to)26-29+38
Number of pages5
Journal学术月刊
Issue number07
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Keywords

  • global change
  • sustainable development
  • ecological protection system

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