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Legal Research On Sustainable Use Of Mining Area Land In Resource-Exhausted Cities

Posted on:2013-01-18Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:L E WangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2246330362972887Subject:Environment and Resources Protection Law
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Resources and environmental issues are central to sustainable development.Sustainable use of land resources and sustainable development are intrinsically linked.Sustainable land use is the important foundation for sustainable development of humansociety and the economy. The scientific coordination of the relationship amongpopulation growth, economic development, ecological construction, environmentalprotection and sustainable use of land resources has become an essential issue affectingthe sustained and healthy development of human society and the survival of futuregenerations.Since the founding of the new China, resource-based cities have provided theindustrial construction with tremendous energy support, thus playing a pivotal role inthe economic development. These are the cities which once were the first-establishedimportant production bases and have made significant contributions for nationaleconomic development. However, with the development of mineral resources, theseresource-based cities have been gradually depleted, and their mining land resourceshave paid a heavy price.If the deep-seated problems of the sustainable land use in the mining areas are notsolved quickly, we will be caught in the vicious cycle of protecting one resource at theexpense of another. By discussing the basic problems in this prospect, contrasting thedomestic and foreign legislation, and making the appropriate recommendations on howto improving the sustainable use of land resources in resource-exhausted cities, thisresearch hopes to make some contributions to promote the transformation of sustainabledevelopment of resource-exhausted cities.
Keywords/Search Tags:Resource-exhausted Cities, Sustainable Land Use in Mining Areas, LegalConstruction
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