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In Depth: Perverse Incentives Plague Environmental Impact Reporting in China

2021年06月11日 20:02 来源于 财新网
Changes in a 2018 law created a shortage of licensed environmental assessment engineers, encouraging some companies to make a business out of renting out their qualifications
Environmental protection staff at work in Dongying, Shandong province, on June 3. Photo: VCG

Jin Haiyan probably wasn’t trying to break any records at her job over the roughly four months starting in late September last year, but she somehow still managed to compose twice as many environmental impact assessment (EIA) reports as the next most productive EIA engineer in China. At least on paper.

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