CIVILIZAÇÃO ECOLÓGICA E INICIATIVA DO CINTURÃO E ROTA: UM ESTUDO DE CASO

Douglas de Castro, Siyi Zhang

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Este artigo se vale do método indutivo para desvendar as especificidades do conceito de civilização ecológica. A China tem envidado esforços para consolidar o princípio nas estruturas jurídicas nacionais e suas implicações na dimensão internacional. Tem como objetivo conectar e acompanhar o conceito de civilização ecológica à Iniciativa do Cinturão e Rota, mostrando, assim, que a ideia se projeta para a dimensão internacional como um novo modelo de desenvolvimento. No contexto da BRI, a civilização ecológica está associada ao desenvolvimento sustentável, ao desenvolvimento verde, à interação entre os mundos natural e social e ao acoplamento da natureza e da humanidade. A análise demonstra as implicações do princípio da civilização ecológica na governança internacional do meio ambiente por meio da Iniciativa do Cinturão e Rota.


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China. Civilização Ecológica. Iniciativa do Cinturão. Governança Internacional do Meio Ambiente.

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