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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: United Nations Environment Programme
United Nations Environment Programme: Division of Technology, Industry and Economics: Production and Consumption Unit, China State Environmental Protection Administration, Environmental Planning Institute (EPI)
UNEP was invited to introduce the environmental management of industrial estates to China. This background study was designed to provide a knowledge base upon which strategic decisions could be made. It was carried out through a mixture of desk research, surveys, site visits and interviews and provides a picture of the current development of industrial estates in China, their economic importance and environmental management practices and government policies.United Nations Environment Programme: Division of Technology, Industry and Economics: Production and Consumption Unit is the author of 'Environmental Management in Industrial Estates in China', published 2005 under ISBN 9789280719970 and ISBN 9280719971.
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