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Grants for Collaborative Research on Environment and Health in China

Recipients

Citizen’s Evaluation of and Responses to Waste Treatment Risks: a case study in Xiamen
  • School of Public Affairs, Xiamen University
  • Project Director(s): Zhou, Zhijia
Establishing Causality as the Basis for Remedying Lead Pollution-Induced Health Damages
  • Law School, Renmin University of China
  • Project Director(s): Zhu, Xiao
E-Waste Management in China
  • Business School, Shantou University
  • Project Director(s): Yin, Shuxi
Local Community Knowledge of Environment and Health in Guangxi and Guangdong
  • Faculty of Social Science, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Project Director(s): Wu, Fengshi
Neighborhood Residents’ Strategies for Avoiding Exposure to Health Risks from Fluorine in Jiangxi
  • School of Environment and Chemical Engineering, Nanchang University
  • Project Director(s): Wu, Daishe
Research on Community Participation in Schistosomiasis Governance: a Case Study of Poyang Lake Ecological Economic Zone
  • Jiangxi Rural Governance and Development Research Center, Jiangxi Normal University
  • Project Director(s): Hu, Yi
Rural Women’s Access to Information about Environment-related Health Risks: a Case Study in Guangxi Province
  • Center for Legal Assistance to Pollution Victims, China University of Political Science and Law
  • Project Director(s): Chen, Yi
The Health Impacts of Air Pollution Generated from Plastic Waste Recycling on Rural Children
  • Medical College, Shantou University
  • Project Director(s): Li, Liping
The Impacts of and Solutions to Metal Mining Pollution in Beijiang River area of Guangdong
  • Center for Earth Environment & Resources, Sun Yat-sen University
  • Project Director(s): Zhou, Yongzhang
Understanding and Responding to Environment-related Health Risks: Empirical Research in Several Cancer Villages
  • Department of Sociology, Hohai University
  • Project Director(s): Chen, Ajiang
Waste Management Challenges in the Urbanization Process of Rural China
  • Department of Sociology, Peking University
  • Project Director(s): Lai, Lili