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This front matter section of this book Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Development in Rural China contains the table of contents, list of figures, list of tables, preface, and a list of contributors. For many people, the attraction and focal point of Western China seems to be a combination of backwardness and primitiveness. Basically, natural resources in Western China have three different values. These include their economic value, their public value to the country as a whole, and their value to the residents in the region who rely on them. Each type of value corresponds to the method and key type of stakeholder that uses, or protects, the resource. The book explores these diverse forms of value from diverse perspectives, and considers diverse forms of benefit and methods in the development of Western China.

Keywords: poverty reduction; sustainable development; Western China

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