Bao Maohong on "Landscape Transformation in China"

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Niepytalska, Marta, “Bao Maohong on Landscape Transformation in China.” Carson Fellow Portraits. Directed by Alec Hahn. Filmed November 2011. MPEG video, 3:45.

Bao Maohong is a senior research associate at the Center for World Environmental History, University of Sussex. At his home institution, Peking University in China, he is an associate professor of environmental history and Asia-Pacific studies. Bao is a pioneer in developing the discipline of environmental history in China. His research now focuses on the relationship of environment and development in East Asia, especially in China. The full title of Bao’s RCC research project is “Learning from Dazhai in Agriculture: The Transformation of Landscapes in China.”

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