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Published on December 22, 2008

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Comparable Green GDPin Western China : Comparable Green GDPin Western China By LIU Jieyan, GUO Peiyuan SPPM, Tsinghua Univ. Presentation for West China Development Conference Content : Content Brief Introduction of Green GDP Comparable Green GDP CGGDP in Western China Conclusions Brief Intro of Green GDP : Brief Intro of Green GDP GDP - System of National Accounts (SNA) SNA - not take environmental concerns into account 1970s, the United Nations, the World Bank, began to research environmental statistics 1993, Handbook SEEA 1993 “Integrated Environ. and Economic Accounting” 2003, SEEA2003 Green GDP in China : Green GDP in China has been introduced to China since late 1990s some local pilot projects in 1990s 2004, SEPA and the National Bureau of Statistics, Ten provinces Pilot Project of Green GDP Challenges of Green GDP : Challenges of Green GDP (1) No consensus on components of Green GDP (2) Difficulty of pricing natural resources (3) Unclear stock of natural resources Brief Intro of Green GDP : Brief Intro of Green GDP Development of Green GDP Conventional GDP Green GDP SNA SNA + satellite account ?? Environment Concerns Challenges Comparable Green GDP : Comparable Green GDP The essence of Comparable Green GDP is to use a uniform formulation to calculate a number approaching real Green GDP in different regions over time. Advantages of CGGDP : Advantages of CGGDP (1) Easier to calculate (2) More practical and applicable (3) Good for balanced sustainable development (4) Good for long term sustainable development CGGDP in Western China : CGGDP in Western China Time series 1998-2003 Data collection: China Statistics Yearbook some hypotheses Analyses and discussions : Analyses and discussions Environmental Loss in West China (1998-2003) Analyses and discussions : Analyses and discussions Structure of Environmental Loss in West China Analyses and discussions : Analyses and discussions Environmental Loss and its percentage in GDP Analyses and discussions : Analyses and discussions Geographic distribution of environmental loss Analyses and discussions : Analyses and discussions Geographic distribution of Environmental Loss/GDP Analyses and discussions : Analyses and discussions Environmental Loss/GDP in the West, East and Mid China Analyses and discussions : Analyses and discussions Environmental Loss in Each Province of Western China Implications and Conclusions : Implications and Conclusions First, the sustainability of Western China is not as good as other regions in China. Second, Western China is still a resource-based economy. Third, even within the Western China, different areas face different challenges. Conclusions

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