Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation

Review Article - Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation (2018) Volume 2, Issue 2

Zooming survey on the actual situation of the sustainable development in China from 1970 until now.

Sustainable development in China could have a vital impact both nationally and globally, and its intensive external and internal factors call for a strong commitment to sustainable development. The policies changes have strengthened the urgency and importance of assuming sustainable responsibility in all realms and processes, including architectural practices and village development. However, with regard to the problems identified above not well controlled ecological deterioration and other barriers, sustainable development in China has a long way to go. This kindly indicates that the broad and general aims of policies without detailed explanation of practical application or action at down level are insufficient to make significant changes in practice. As a result, more specific and effective measures and actions are needed to address the complex and challenging issues and make difference. The construction field in China represents the biggest energy consumer which requires a rapid yet efficient action to prevent the energy leak; having this sector ruled by the sustainability laws will have a positive outcome in terms of overall national development and global wide emissions control.

Author(s): Azaiez Mohamed Saiefeddine*, Afef Bouzoraa, Liu Xiaohu

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