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International Ecological Justice from the Perspective of New Development Concept: Dilemma, Coupling and Realization

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DOI: 10.23977/polsr.2023.040107 | Downloads: 3 | Views: 138


Xiaoyu Yuan 1


1 School of Marxism, Jiangxi University of Science and Technology, Ganzhou, Jiangxi, 341000, China

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Xiaoyu Yuan


At present, the frequent occurrence of global ecological crises and the outbreak of multiple viruses have highlighted the issue of global ecological justice, threatened the lives of people around the world, and delayed the development and circulation of the global economy. Specifically, developed capitalist countries give priority to participate in the allocation of global ecological resources, the distribution of ecological benefits, enjoy the opportunities for ecological development, and evade ecological responsibilities by virtue of economic and political advantages. The new development concept is a scientific solution proposed by China in the face of increasing downward economic pressure and prominent ecological justice issues at home and abroad, which can also provide a reasonable reference for global ecological justice. Based on previous research results, this paper collects and reads a large number of literature, and concludes that the new development concept contains the concepts of innovation, coordination, green development and sharing, which can provide some theoretical and practical reference for alleviating the current global ecological justice problems.


New development concept, global ecological justice, ecological resources, ecological governance, ecological responsibility


Xiaoyu Yuan, International Ecological Justice from the Perspective of New Development Concept: Dilemma, Coupling and Realization. Journal of Political Science Research (2023) Vol. 4: 40-50. DOI: 10.23977/polsr.2023.040107.


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