1. Introduction: Globalization, the Environment and Islamic Law in Indonesia Much English-language academic discussion of Islamic law in contemporary Indonesia has been concerned with the relation of “law” to the “state.” This has been the case especially beginning in the decade of
Fatwa and Daʿwa
Anna M. Gade
Annual Report on Actions to Address Climate Change (2012)
Edited by WANG Weiguang, ZHENG Guoguang and PAN Jiahua
: 20 Only the trees which thou knowest that they be not trees for meat, thou shalt destroy and cut them down; and thou shalt build bulwarks against the city that maketh war with thee, until it be subdued. Deuteronomy 20: 19-20 1 1. Introduction When the United Nations Environment Programme
. Human demands on the natural world have increased dramatically and substantially modified the global environment. Direct measurements indicate that the Earth’s atmosphere “is presently changing in ways not previously observed for at least 750,000 years—and that those changes are occurring rapidly
Friends and its Enemies: Conservation of Nature in Late-Colonial Indonesia Environment and History 1999 5 3 257 292 1889-1949 Boomgaard Peter Frontiers of Fear: Tigers and People in the Malay World, 1600-1950 2001 New Haven Yale University Press Boomgaard
Erik V. Koppe
1. Introduction In recent years, relatively little attention has been paid to protection of the environment during armed conflict. Indeed, and for obvious reasons, the primary focus of attention during armed conflict has not been on the protection of flora and fauna, but rather on the
benefited transnational companies and contributed to the expansion of mining activities in the territories of indigenous communities, affecting their crops and the environment. 12 The book edited by Mario Blaser, Harvey Feit and Glenn McRae provides many illustrations of the complex relationship between
Crisis and Breakthrough of China's Environment
Edited by Congjie Liang and Dongping Yang
Friends of Nature is China’s first environmental NGO, and their first environmental yearbook deals with the year 2005, the year of the Songhua River toxic spill crisis, the bird flu attacks, but also of a number of governmental and local initiatives to begin to tackle the increasing pressure on the environment. Here are the voices of experts and witnesses from the PRC itself describing and commenting upon the environment and protection measures in China in 2005, from the public perspective.
Zhuoshun Xu and Leshun Xu
A consensus is still to be reached regarding the relationship between trade, growth, and the environment in either the existing theoretical models or previous empirical analyses. By using a Sino-Korean case study, we expect this work to contribute to the theoretical and empirical knowledge of the relationship between trade, growth and the environment. In this paper, four types of simulation are executed by applying a Sino-Korea CGE model. The results reveal that an increasing volume of bilateral trade boosts the real GDP at a decreasing rate. Different degrees in the volume of increase of bilateral trade produce welfare gains for Chinese households, i.e. more household spending. Welfare increases at a decreasing rate when the degree of bilateral trade growth increases less stringently, while in Korea there are welfare losses (less household consumption) when the bilateral trade target becomes increasingly stringent. Moreover, the investment gains in the economy tend to rise more sharply as the degree of bilateral trade growth increases less stringently in China. The investment tends to decrease at a proportional rate when the target bilateral trade volume becomes more stringent and the changes in the gross investment become more significant in Korea. In addition, the aggregate production shows a tendency to increase at a proportional rate with a more stringent target bilateral trade volume and when there are considerable changes in gross production. Furthermore, the impact of most production sectors can benefit China, but have a negative impact on Korea. Meantime, the simulations highlight that import growth increases carbon emissions at a decreasing rate, and export growth increases carbon emissions. According to our policy findings, policy makers should be advised to consider the third trade policy (Scenario c), which maintains a reasonable economic growth but at the expense of investment and welfare.
Edited by Adam Izdebski and Michael Mulryan
Contributors are Daniel Abel-Schaad , Francesca Alba-Sánchez, Flavio Anselmetti, José Antonio López-Sáez, Daniel Ariztegui, Brunhilda Brushulli, Yolanda Carrión Marco, Alexandra Chavarría, Petra Dark, Carmen Fernández Ochoa, Martin Finné, Asuunta Florenzano, Ralph Fyfe,Didier Galop, Benjamin Graham, John Haldon, Kyle Harper, Richard Hodges, Adam Izdebski, Katarina Kouli, Inga Labuhn, Tamara Lewit, Anna Maria Mercuri, Alessia Masi, Lucas McMahon, Lee Mordechai, Mario Morellón, Timothy Newfield, Almudena Orejas Saco del Valle, Leonor Peña-Chocarro, Sebastián Pérez-Díaz, Eleonora Regattieri, Stephen Rippon, Neil Roberts, Laura Sadori, Abigail Sargent, Gaia Sinopoli, Paolo Squatriti, Giovanni Stranieri, Raymond van Dam, Bernd Wagner, Mark Whittow, Penelope Wilson, Jessie Woodbridge.