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Title: Regional perspective of China’s blue economy in blue economic zone : with emphasis on renewable energy
Authors: Haoxin, Yan
Keywords: Renewable energy sources -- China
Wind power -- China
Marine resources -- Economic aspects -- China
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: With the boom of the population and over exploitation of nature resources, the human race is facing a series of challenges like sea level rise, food crisis, energy crisis, environment pollution and many other threats to human beings’ lives. Blue economy is a comprehensive developing method to meet modern challenges, which means relying on ocean resources and exploiting ocean in a sustainable and diversified way. The best practice of the blue economy is blue economic zone, China has five blue economic zones, among which Shandong blue economic zone is the most typical Chinese blue economic zone. During the construction of blue economic zone, energy plays an important role because energy is driving force of industrial society. Wind energy is one of the most important forms of renewable energy in the blue economic zone. Since wind energy technology is applicable and may provide energy to coastal areas instead of conventional energy like coal. Development of wind energy industry may not only promote the economic growth but also transfer economic and industrial structure by change energy supply structure. Shandong blue economic zone has many advantages for wind energy industry, and wind energy also accelerates blue growth in Shandong. According to the analysis of legal regime, policy regime, and social regime of wind energy development, suggestions have been offered to relative authority to improve wind energy growth and a governance system has also been formulated after analysis of wind energy development in Shandong blue economic zone.
Description: M.A.OCEAN GOV.
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacLaw - 2016

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