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An Overview of China’s 2019 Plan for EIA and Emission Management

2019 is a crucial year for China’s fight against pollution, as well as the first year for the integrated operations of EIA and emission management. China MEE issued the 2019 Priorities in Environmental Impact Assessment and Emission Management, specifying key tasks and requirements with regard to EIA and emission management.

Recently, the Chinese Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) issued the 2019 Priorities in Environmental Impact Assessment and Emission Management[1], with aims to specify key tasks and requirements with regard to environmental impact assessment (EIA) and emission management and provide instructions for authorities at both central and local levels.

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