Environmental management tools generally fall into three categories: regulations to correct behaviour, pricing and taxing to correct behaviour, public environmental improvement expenditures financed by general taxes. In a regional context, especially with different jurisdictions responsible for the environmental management of different subregions, coordination of these strategies becomes more important. The present paper examines the conceptual and practical issues involved, using South China as a case study.
|Title of host publication||Environmental research in Pearl River and coastal areas : 珠江及沿岸環境研究|
|Editors||Chong Kim WONG, Ka Hou CHU, Qing Chao CHEN, Xiao Ling MA|
|Place of Publication||Guangzhou|
|Publisher||Guangdong Higher Education Press|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 1995|