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Study on Ecological Compensation Policy among the Micro Subjects on Water Energy Resources Development

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The subjects of ecological compensation involve the nation, society, development enterprises of wa-ter-energy resources, as well as the location of resource itself. This paper systematically studies on how to make “water energy sources market compensation policy”, “the economic compensation policy for relevant interest subjects” and “the ecological compensation policy of basin ecological water.” So, it is necessary to exert the complementary function between market compensation and government compensation by the means of economic compensation and to establish the ecological compensation policy of basin ecological water, which is beneficial to coordinating the stakeholders’ interests of cross-region or inter-basin. And it is important and significant to establish constantly perfected ecological compensation policy among the micro subjects on water energy resources development, so as to coordinate interest relationships among various subjects and finally reach the aim of sustainable use of water energy resources and environmental protection as possible.

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S. LI and D. TANG, "Study on Ecological Compensation Policy among the Micro Subjects on Water Energy Resources Development," Journal of Water Resource and Protection, Vol. 1 No. 1, 2009, pp. 10-15. doi: 10.4236/jwarp.2009.11002.

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