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The impact of eco-innovation, remediation liabilities of government, and sustainable environmental on soil pollution in China

Ziyan Huang

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Traditionally, laws regarding soil pollution were limited in China.
However, due to rapid industrialization and urbanization, soil pollution
has become a major environmental issue. Thereby, in order
to address the emerging threat, different measures have been
introduced and implemented by Chinese government. The paper,
in this regard, examines the role of government measures to
reduce soil pollution, eco-innovation, and environmental sustainability
on soil pollution in China. secondary data from the World
Development Indicators (WDI), Chinese Soil Database, the global
economy, and the environmental performance index (EPI) has
been collected from 1985 to 2020. Autoregressive distributed lag
model is used in the study to check the relationship among constructs.
Findings reveal that government expenditures to reduce
soil pollution, eco-innovation, and environmental sustainability
have a negative association with soil pollution in China. The
results also revealed that industrialization and population growth
have a positive linkage with soil pollution in China. Having these
evidences, the study recommends that fiscal policies should be
formulated to increase the budget for soil reduction projects so it
can save soil from pollution. Likewise, policymakers must behave
to encourage eco-innovation at economic and societal levels to
reduce soil pollution.

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Soil pollutions; government measures; eco-innovation; environmental sustainability; soil pollution

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