April 20, 2018

Will a Centralized Environmental Policy Speed Up the Greening of Chinese Society?

By ​Neil Bhatiya

As part of the same 13th National People’s Congress that abolished his term limits, Chinese President Xi Jinping oversaw a significant Cabinet reshuffle earlier this month. The State Council, the chief executive body of the Chinese government, now includes a Ministry of Ecology and Environment, which early press reports, from both the Chinese and international media, rendered as the Ministry of Ecological Environment. The ministry will be led by Li Ganjie, who has since June 2017 served as the minister for environmental protection. Its broad portfolio includes what had been under the purview of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, as well as the climate change policy management that had been the responsibility of the powerful National Development and Reform Commission, in addition to responsibility for land and water quality. 

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