Regional Cooperation for the Sustainable Development and Management in Northeast Asia
AbstractThe Northeast Asian countries are the most pro-active regions in the world to take on the challenges of sustainable development. With this background, there has been an annual series of Sustainable Asia Conferences (SAC) which date back to the first inaugural meeting in 2009. This special issue consists of selected papers from the SAC 2017, held in Nanjing, China, from 23–25 June. With ten years of accumulated experience, SAC became one of the leading international conferences for presenting innovative or fundamental advances in sustainable development issues for Asia. Over time, SAC introduced more performance-oriented approaches to handle the feasibility of the sustainable development solutions. In this special issue, most of the papers focused on the precise and accurate sustainable governance mechanism in harmonizing economic development with a healthier life, while enhancing the quality of all standards of living. The majority of papers in this special issue also deal with two important pillars of the sustainable development: regional cooperation and regulatory effectiveness. This special edition will propose unique implications and feasible or workable suggestions against global warming and environmental degradation. View Full-Text
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Choi, Y. Regional Cooperation for the Sustainable Development and Management in Northeast Asia. Sustainability 2018, 10, 548.
Choi Y. Regional Cooperation for the Sustainable Development and Management in Northeast Asia. Sustainability. 2018; 10(2):548.Chicago/Turabian Style
Choi, Yongrok. 2018. "Regional Cooperation for the Sustainable Development and Management in Northeast Asia." Sustainability 10, no. 2: 548.
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