China's ecomic transformation has involved painful, but necessary, environmental concessions. Little Streams, Big River discusses how cultural and policy rms established long ago, have greatly influenced current environmental challenges in the Middle Kingdom. Moreover, these issues have been further amplified by the unflinching resolve of the Chinese Communist Party for domestic ecomic development. During the course of China catching up with its international counterparts, recent environmental events have reshaped the political agenda. The book examines these aspects along with a number of relevant policy recommendations and investment opportunities. The author analyzes the possibility that China is a more pluralistic and market oriented ecomy than most ecomic observers would agree.
Chris Rynning is an internationally acclaimed writer and investor. Chris writes and speaks about private equity investments, China and current economic events. He has numerous television and media appearances around the world including CNBC, Bloomberg and CCTV. Chris is a frequent commentator with regular quotations in such publications as the FT, the Guardian, China Daily, Dow Jones and Private Equity Asia Magazine. You can also follow Chris Rynning on www.chrisrynning.com and on Twitter at @ChrisRynning.