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China Environment
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Workshop on Information Disclosure and Environment in China

China report warns of agriculture problems from climate change
Chinese experts tame demolition debris
Chinese corn processors betting on bio-fuel production despite state control
100 Years Later, the Food Industry Is Still ‘The Jungle’
Site enquiries urged in national agriculture census
Watchdog probing Chinese pollution data
China to witness more bad weather next year
Asia Scrambles to Repair Quake Damage to Data Cables
Corruption blamed in China’s pollution
Events
Workshop on Information Disclosure and Environment in China
The Statement of Dr. Wang Jinnan of PACE President
PACE Board Member Election 2006 Results
PACE Board of Directors Member in Place of Ms. ZHAO Wei
PACE 2006 Summer Camp
ORGANIC CHINA EXPO
Integrated Watershed Management
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Information Strategies for Pollution Control
A Review of Empirical Disclosure Literature
Environmental Self-Auditing
Environmental Audit: Theory and Practices
Enforcement of Pollution Regulations in a Declining Industry
Regulation Through Information Impacts
Regulation Through Information: An Empirical Analysis
Information as Regulation: Community Right-to-Know Laws
Pollution and Capital Markets in Developing Countries
Corporate Pollution Impact on Market Valuation

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Cremation in China, is traditionally uncommon. Improper funeral arrangements can wreak ill fortune and disaster on the family of the deceased. The burial of the dead is a very serious issue in Chinese society.

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