Actors, strategies and modes of environmental governance in China
Monday 2 April 2018, 13:30 – 18:00
1 :30 – 2 pm : Pr. Qi Ye, Director of Brookings-Tsinghua Center, School of Public Policy and Management, Introductory remarks
2 – 2 :30 pm : Dr. Coraline Goron, Oxford University China Center, Strategies of Environmental Information Disclosure and their Limits. A preliminary assessment.
2 :30 – 3 pm : Dr. Zhao Xiaofan, Tsinghua School of Public Policy and Management, Pervasive Threat and Regulatory Compliance: Evidence from Energy-Saving Regulations in China.
3 – 3 :30 pm : Dr. Lu Jian, Tsinghua School of Public Policy and Management, Interest-based, Rightful or Value-Driven Resistance? An Analysis of the Nature and Characteristics of Environmental Protests in Urban China.
3 :30 – 4 pm : A Rong, PhD candidate, London School of Economics, Public participation: civic activities and political engagements – ENGO’s community activities.
4 – 4 :30 pm : Dr. Lin Hong, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, From Oneself to Others: The Practice of Ethics and Volunteer Service for Environmental Protection in China.
4 :30 – 5 pm : Dr. Chloé Froissart, French Director of the Tsinghua University Sino-French Center in Social Sciences, Toward a new environmental governance model in China ? Assessing the role of ENGOs in the law-making process.
5 – 5:30 pm : Dr Peter Ho, Qianren Professor, Tsinghua University, School of Social Sciences and London School of Economics, The credibility of nature management: A new theory of environmental governance.
5:30 – 6 pm : General Discussion
In China, many actors from the civil society, such as associations or environmental non-governmental organizations, participate in awareness-raising campaigns, in the law-making process or direct actions to protect and preserve environment. These actors have to comply with an constant evolving legal environment and deal with other actors in environmental governance. This seminar will aim to show the place occupied by these actors in the environmental governance in China, the strategies and the repertoire of contention that they deploy in order achieve their goals.
The seminar will be held in English.
Attendence is free but registration is necessary.
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