The Eco-industrial Development in China as an Important Part of Ecological Civilization

Lei Wang
Zhongshan University
Resource and environmental costs of economic growth is too large to solve the ecological civilization of outstanding problems. As the main carrier of human economic activity, industrial systems to connect the economic system and metabolism is an important link between the ecosystem and therefore, industrial ecology is an important part of the construction of ecological civilization. Sort out the domestic and foreign industrial ecology in research related to the results based on industrial ecology of the integrated use of economics, ecological economics, industrial ecology and other related theories, and to integrate into the social and economic factors, metabolic analysis of the economic expansion of the material has been methods of analysis. Implementation of industrial ecology around the path of China's choice to promote industrial development and ecological environmental protection as a dynamic interaction targeting, to strengthen the "let the market tell ecological truth" of the operating mechanism; and in the space-time analysis based on regional differences development, co-ordinate with local, present and future development of industrial ecology. Economic growth is realized at an excessively high cost of resources and environment in China, which has been proposed as the most outstanding problem that should be solved in the construction of conservation culture. Industrial metabolism, as the main part of human economic activities, is the important link between economic system and ecology system. Therefore, industrial ecology is an important part in the construction of conservation culture. On the base of a systematic literature review on industrial ecology, the article focuses on a synthetic theory including economics, eco-economics and industrial ecology, and an in-depth analysis method considering social economic factors with material flow and metabolism. Finally, three suggestions are proposed for applications of industrial ecology, a proper aim to industrial ecology in China, implement mechanism of industrial ecology and temporal-spatial analysis of industrial ecology development
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