Understanding China’s stance on environmental governance is more pressing than ever. Not only is China the largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world, it plays a crucial role in global supply chains and also faces ongoing water and biodiversity challenges.
Non-state actors such as profit-making organisations and business associations have grown in number and legitimacy in the last decade. Yet their role in Chinese governance has attracted little attention, according to the authors of Non-state actors in China and global environmental governance.
Hear from the book’s editors – prominent governance, law and international relations scholars – and senior figures from two of the book’s case studies at this upcoming webinar.
For more information visit: https://www.monash.edu/business/events/non-state-actors-and-global-environmental-governance-in-china