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Analysis of Chinese environmental law with a focus on the development in statutory regulation, institution building and judicial innovation.
1. Environmental problems and legal responses; 2. Key institutions of environmental protection; 3. The environmental protection law; 4. Environmental impact assessment; 5. Regulation and control of air pollution; 6. Regulation and control of water pollution; 7. Waste management; 8. Soil contamination; 9. Environmental tort; 10. Judicial review; 11. Environmental crimes; 12. Environmental public interest litigation.
Yuhong Zhao is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research interests and teaching expertise include environmental law and civil law. She has published widely on aspects of Chinese environmental law in leading academic law journals and books, and has been invited to speak on China's environmental law reform and its climate policies at international conferences hosted by prestigious universities and professional bodies in Asia, Europe, Australia and the United States.