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[1] State of the Art Dam Construction in China. China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research. 2006-06-02.

[2] Valentina LAZAROVA, François BRISSAUD. Intérêt, bénéfices et contraintes de la réutilisation des eaux usées en France. L’eau, l’industrie, les nuisances 299 (2007) 29-39. 2007-04-13.

[3] Gwenaëlle LAVISON, Laurent MOULIN. Réutilisation des eaux usées : réglementation actuelle et paramètres d’intérêt. L’eau, l’industrie, les nuisances 299 (2007) 41-46. 2007-04-13.

[4]Climate Change 2007 : Synthesis Report. Contribution of Working Groups I, II and III to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. 2008-03-03.

[5] Caroline PREVOT. L’évapotranspiration. Eduterre ENS Lyon. 2008-05-08.

[6] Jian XIE. Addressing China’s Water Scarcity : Recommendations for Selected Water Resource Management Issues. World Bank. ISBN : 978-0-8213-7645-4. 2009-01-12.

[7] 2007-2008 Annual Report. Ministry of Water Resources. People’s Republic of China. 2009-03-17.

[8] Annual Report 2007-2008. Ministry of Water Resources. People’s Republic of China. 2009-03-17.

[9] Charting our Water Future. The 2030 Water Resources Group. 2009-12-01.

[10] Dave DORÉ, Guo PEIYUAN, Anna-Sterre NETTE, Jiali AN. Water in China. Responsible Research Pte Ltd. 2010-02-22.

[11] Kehui XU, John D. MILLIMAN, Hui XU. Temporal trend of precipitation and runoff in major Chinese Rivers since 1951. Global and Planetary Change 73 (2010) 219-232. 2010-08-28. doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2010.07.002

[12] Shilong PIAO, Philippe CIAIS, Yao HUANG, Zehao SHEN, Shushi PENG, Junsheng LI, Liping ZHOU, Hongyan LIU, Yuecun MA, Yihui DING, Pierre FRIEDLINGSTEIN, Chunzhen LIU, Kun TAN, Yongqiang YU, Tianyi ZHANG, Jingyun FANG. The impacts of climate change on water resources and agriculture in China. Nature 467 (2010) 43-51. 2010-09-02. doi:10.1038/nature09364

[13] Dirk RÜBBELKE, Stefan VÖGELE. Impacts of climate change on European critical infrastructures : The case of the power sector. Environmental Science and Policy 14 (2011) 53-63. 2010-11-13. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2010.10.007

[14] Agricultural Policy Directive : Number 1 Document for 2011. China’s Central Committee of the Communist Party and the State Council. 2011-04-05.

[15] Junjie GE, Jun BI, Shi WANG, Bing ZHANG. Water Environment Protection Management and Integrated Governance Policies in China. In Stakeholder Involvement in Water Environment Conservation in China and Japan - Building Effective Governance in the Tai Lake Basin. Joint Research Program Series No.155. Edited by Jun Bi, Kenji Otsuka, Junjie Ge, Shi Wang Published in March 2011. 2011-05-06.

[16]Arnaud CALAUDI, Fabrice DELORME, Marie-Odile DELORME, Nina FRAIGNE, Denis FRAYSSE, Rudy LARSONNIER, Emmanuelle OLLIVIER, Aziz OURACHANE, Mathieu PAILLARD, Caroline PAOLINO, Bertrand SARREY, Alain HENAUT. Faut-il distinguer protection de la santé et protection de l’environnement ? IHEST.
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[17] Radiative Forcing. Carbon Offset Research and Education (CORE) Initiative. 2011

[18] Water Science & Technology in China : A Roadmap to 2050. Chinese Academy of Sciences. 2011-07-01. ISBN 978-3-642-23631-0

[19] Detlef P. van VUUREN, Jae EDMONDS, Mikiko KAINUMA, Keywan RIAHI, Allison THOMSON, Kathy HIBBARD, George C. HURTT, Tom KRAM, Volker KREY, Jean-Francois LAMARQUE, Toshihiko MASUI, Malte MEINSHAUSEN, Nebojsa NAKICENOVIC, Steven J. SMITH, Steven K. ROSE. The representative concentration pathways : an overview. Climatic Change 109 (2011) 5–31. 2011-08-05. doi:10.1007/s10584-011-0148-z

[20] China to increase investment in water conservation projects. Xinhua, english.news.cn. 2011-10-12.

[21] Water Purification – A Booming Market. China Water Risk. 2011-12-13.

[22] 12th Five-Year Plan for the Environmental Health Work of National Environmental Protection. Ministry of Environmental Protection. People’s Republic of China. 2012-01-10.

[23] G. Q. WANG, J. Y. ZHANG, J. L. JIN, T. C. PAGANO, R. CALOW, Z. X. BAO, C. S. LIU, Y. L. LIU, X. L. YAN. Assessing water resources in China using PRECIS projections and a VIC model. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (2012) 231-240. 2012-01-25. doi:10.5194/hess-16-231-2012

[24] L’eau en questions-réponses. IHEST. 2012-02-04.

[25] Briefings on the Opinions of the State Council on Implementing the Strictest Water Resources Management System. Ministry of Water Resources. People’s Republic of China. 2012-02-16.

[26] ZHENG YaoMin, ZHANG HaiYing, NIU ZhenGuo, GONG Peng. Protection efficacy of national wetland reserves in China. Ecology 57 (2012) 1116-1134. 2012-03-14. doi : 10.1007/s11434-011-4942-9

[27] Qingfeng ZHANG, Yoshiaki KOBAYASHI, Melissa Howell ALIPALO, Yong ZHENG. Drying Up : What to Do About Droughts in the People’s Republic of China (With a Case Study from Guiyang Municipality, Guizhou Province). Asian Development Bank. 2012-04-17.

[28] Jesper SVENSSON. Managing the Rise of a Hydro-Hegemon in Asia China’s Strategic Interests in the Yarlung-Tsangpo River. IDSA Occasional Paper No. 23. Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses. 2012-05-02.

[29] Michelle T. H. van VLIET, John R. YEARSLEY, Fulco LUDWIG, Stefan VÖGELE, Dennis P. LETTENMAIER, Pavel KABAT. Vulnerability of US and European electricity supply to climate change. Nature Climate Change 2 (2012) 676-681. 2012-06-03. doi : 10.1038/nclimate1546

[30] Jin ZHU. Drinking water remains a concern. Office of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project Commission of the State Council. 2012-11-08.

[31] Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook 2012-2013. Pinsent Masons. 2012-11-09. http://wateryearbook.pinsentmasons.com

[32] 作家作品:毛泽东与南水北调(靳怀堾)Office of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project Commission of the State Council. 2012-12-21.

[33] Bastian HOFFMANN, Sebastian HÄFELE, Ute KARL. Analysis of performance losses of thermal power plants in Germany – A System Dynamics model approach using data from regional climate modeling. Energy 49 (2013) 193-203. 2012-12-28. doi : 10.1016/j.energy.2012.10.034

2012-12-29 [34] Regional Geography of the World : Globalization, People, and Places (v. 1.0).

[35] Debra TAN. Water Fees & Quotas : Set for Economic Growth ? China Water Risk. 2013-02-04.

[36] Debra TAN. Water for Coal : Thirsty Miners ? China Water Risk. 2013-05-09.

[37] Debra TAN, Ying SHEN. Cancer Villages : Toxic Tipping Point ? China Water Risk. 2013-05-09.

[38] Debra TAN. Spend To Quench Coal Thirst. China Water Risk.

[39] Graham WAYNE. The Beginner’s Guide to Representative Concentration Pathways. Skeptical Science (2013). 2013-08-25. http://www.skepticalscience.com/docs/RCP_Guide.pdf

[40] The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China. Directory 2012-2013. Editors : Flore Coppin, Jane Zhang. Printed by : Beijing Haoxin Advertisement Co., Ltd. http://www.ccifc.org/fr

[41] Water in China : Desperate measures. The Economist. 2013-10-12.

[42] Industries closed over key reservoir’s pollution. Xinhua, english.news.cn. 2013-11-26.

[43] The Water Sector in China. EU SME Center. 2013-12-03.

[44] Assainissement des eaux usées : objectifs et enjeux. eMag – Suez Environnement. 2013-12-17.

[45] Working Group I Report "Climate Change 2013 : The Physical Science Basis". Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). 2014-01-06.

[46] Outcomes of the Second National Wetland Resources Survey. State Forestry Administration. 2014-01-13.

[47] Annex I : Atlas of Global and Regional Climate Projections. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). 2014-01-21.

[48] Xiang ZHENG, Di CHEN, Qi WANG, Zhenxing ZHANG. Seawater desalination in China : Retrospect and prospect. Chemical Engineering Journal 242 (2014) 404–413. 2014-01-22. doi:10.1016/j.cej.2013.12.104

[49] L’avenir du marché de l’énergie en Chine. IHEST. 2014-01-30.

[50] Wang YUE. South-North water transfer project not sustainable, says Chinese official. Chinadialogue. 2014-02-20.

[51] L’industrie de l’Internet en Chine. Internet en Chine. IHEST. 2014-02-28.

[52] Britt CROW-MILLER. Diverted opportunity : Inequality and what the South-North Water Transfer Project really means for China. Global Water Forum. 2014-03-04.

[53] Dawn McGREGOR. Key Water Policies Review. China Water Risk. 2014-03-12.

[54] Feng HU, Debra TAN, Inna LAZAREVA. 8 Facts on China’s Wastewater. China Water Risk. 2014-03-12.

[55] Ma ZHONG. Fundamental Issues : Industrial Wastewater. China Water Risk. 2014-03-12.

[56] Lu GUANG. Crying Lands : China’s Polluted Waterscape. China Water Risk. 2014-04-09.

[57] Wu WENCONG. China declares war on pollution for environment day. China Daily. 2014-04-15.

[58] Flood Control and Drought Relief. Ministry of Water Resources. People’s Republic of China. 2014-05-06.

[59] Reservoir safety. Ministry of Water Resources. People’s Republic of China. 2014-05-06.

[60] Eco-civilization : china’s blueprint for a new era. Insight Briefing. The Climate Group. 2014-05-20.

[61] L’innovation en Chine. IHEST. 2014-05-30.

[62] Xiao-jun WANG, Jian-yun ZHANG, Shamsuddin SHAHID, En-hong GUAN, Yong-xiang WU, Juan GAO, Rui-min HE. Adaptation to climate change impacts on water demand. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change (2014). 2014-06-01. doi : 10.1007/s11027-014-9571-6

[63] China 2014. Ministry of Environmental Protection. People’s Republic of China. 2014-06-05.

[64] 2013 State of Environment Report Review. China Water Risk. 2014-07-09.

[65] Pollution : Is the Data Real ? China Water Risk. 2014-07-09.

[66] Xiankun YANG, Xixi LU. Drastic change in China’s lakes and reservoirs over the past decades. Nature.com/SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 4 : 6041. 2014-08-11. doi : 10.1038/srep06041

[67] China’s water consumption : A canal too far. The Economist. 2014-09-27.

[68] Working Group II Report "Climate Change 2014 : Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability". Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). 2014-10-15.

[69] Mike ROSENBERG. Money and Water. IESE Business School - University of Navarra. 2014-11-03.

[70] Patricia WOUTERS. Keeping Peace : China’s Upstream Dilema. China Water Risk. 2014-11-17.

[71] Half of China’s top 10 rivers polluted : report. Shanghai Daily. 2014-11-20. http://www.china.org.cn/wap/2014-11/20/content_34105771_2.htm

[72] Half of China’s top 10 rivers polluted : report. Shanghai Daily. 2014-11-20.

[73] LENG GuoYong, TANG QiuHong, HUANG MaoYi, HONG Yang, Leung L RUBY. Projected changes in mean and interannual variability of surface water over continental China. Science China Earth Sciences (2014). 2014-12-08. doi:10.1007/s11430-014-4987-0

[74] China’s grand new "canal" diverts water northward. Xinhua, english.news.cn. 2014-12-12.

[75] Backgrounder : The South-to-North water diversion project’s middle route. Xinhua, english.news.cn. 2014-12-12.

[76] China to Increase Wastewater Treatment Fees By 2016. China Water Risk. 2015-01-26.

[77] AQUASTAT website. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). 2015-01-29.

[78] Guoyong LENG, Qiuhong TANG, Scott RAYBURG. Climate change impacts on meteorological, agricultural and hydrological droughts in China. Global and Planetary Change 126 (2015) 23-34. 2015-01-31. doi : 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2015.01.003

[79] Shanghai’s economy : GDP apostasy. The Economist. 2015-01-31.

[80] Debra TAN. China Water Risk’s 5 Trends for 2015. China Water Risk. 2015-02-10.

[81] 8 Game Changing Policy Paths. China Water Risk. 2015-02-10.

[82] Feng HU. New Trading Markets to Enforce Red Lines. China Water Risk. 2015-02-10.

[83] Jia SHAOFENG. Will Energy Bases Drain the Yellow River ? China Water Risk. 2015-02-10.

[84] Jadwiga R. ZIOLKOWSKA. Is Desalination Affordable ?—Regional Cost and Price Analysis. Water Resources Management 29 (2015) 1385–1397. 2015-02-12. doi:10.1007/s11269-014-0901-y

[85] Hongqiao LIU. Drinking Water Safety Faces “The Big Test”. China Water Risk. 2015-02-16.

[86] Safe Drinking Water. Ministry of Water Resources. People’s Republic of China. 2015-02-17.

[87] Conserving and Protecting Water Resources. Ministry of Water Resources. People’s Republic of China. 2015-02-17.

[88] China Statistical Yearbook 2014. China Statistics Press. 2015-02-18.

[89] Environmental Quality Standard for Surface Water. Jiangsu TianYi Science & Technology Development Co., Ltd. 2015-02-19.

[90] Water Quality Standard. Ministry of Environmental Protection. People’s Republic of China. 2015-02-19.

[91] Report on the State of the Environment in China. Ministry of Environmental Protection. People’s Republic of China. 2015-02-19.

[92] Emergency Events Database EM-DAT. Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED). 2015-02-20.

[93] Daniel DALET. Cartes muettes – Chine. Histoire, géographie et éducation civique. Académie d’Aix-Marseille. 2015-02-24.

[94] The Dry 11. Big Picture. China Water Risk. 2015-02-26.

[95] Chinas Long March To Drinking Water 2015. China Water Risk. 2015-03-04.

[96] Building an “Ecological Civilization”. China Water Risk. 2015-03-05.

[97] 2000-2030 Water Demand & Water Caps. China Water Risk. 2015-03-05.

[98] Water Regulation. China Water Risk. 2015-03-07.

[99] China’s Water-Energy-Food Roadmap. A Global Choke Point Report. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. 2015-03-07.

[100] China International Water Law. Xiamen International Water Law Research Group. 2015-03-10.

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mardi 8 septembre 2015, par HUCHERY Mélissa