Sustainable Communities
   Organic Agriculture
   Green Food
   Ecological Agriculture
   Integrated Pest Management
   Renewable Energies
   Township & Village Enterprises
   Village Self-Governance
Nature and spirituality
Chinese gardens
Chinese paintings
Countryside views

The information project ´´Green China`` is a creation of the Portuguese company   BIOSANI.  A Sino-Portuguese couple owns this company.

The world greatly depends on the future of China. The country’s present choices will be decisive not just for itself but for the whole planet.

In this context, ´´Green China`` emerges as a biennial book - Green China 2007-2008 - associated with this permanently updated website, with the purpose of being able to contribute to a mutual understanding between the Chinese and the Westerners, namely the Europeans, regarding two decisive subjects: the role of the countryside in this new China, and how the country will be able to influence the world in a positive way, both seen under a constructive ecological perspective.


Green China 2007-2008
 Carlos Frescata
EDITION: Biosani
Ecological rural development. An information bridge China-Europe.

The Transformation of Rural China
 Jonathan Unger
EDITION: M.E.Sharpe; (February 2002)
Jonathan Unger, a highly regarded China scholar from Australia, has been studying rural China for 3 decades. In the 1970s, when most scholars were prevented from doing true fieldwork in the PRC,

China Human Development Report 2002: Making Green Development a Choice
 by Arno Rosemarin (Editor), William M. Shakespeare
EDITION: Oxford University Press; (September 2002)
China Human Development Report 2001/2002 is about the changing role of the Chinese state during the transition from central planning to a civil society with a market economy. The discussion as a whole supports the case for a Chinese state that is vigorous and active, but in different ways than in the past.

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