Browse by Author "Fan, Mingyuan"

  • A Holistic Ecosystem-Based Approach to Ecological Protection and Green Development: The Case of Huangshan in the People’s Republic of China 

    Fan, Mingyuan (Asian Development Bank, 9/30/2021)
    Agriculture has surpassed industry as the most notable source of surface water pollution in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The increased use of fertilizers and pesticides in agriculture has increased nonpoint source (NPS) pollution through ...
  • A Holistic Ecosystem-Based Approach to Ecological Protection and Green Development: The Case of Huangshan in the People’s Republic of China 

    Fan, Mingyuan (Asian Development Bank, 9/30/2021)
    Agriculture has surpassed industry as the most notable source of surface water pollution in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The increased use of fertilizers and pesticides in agriculture has increased nonpoint source (NPS) pollution through ...
  • Achieving Sustainable Integrated Water Resources Management in Mongolia: The Role of River Basin Organizations 

    Fan, Mingyuan (Asian Development Bank, 2020-06-30)
    Mongolia faces considerable challenges to achieve water security by meeting the demands of socioeconomic development while ensuring the environmental integrity of its water systems. This includes, in particular, the urban center of Ulaanbaatar and the ...
  • Making Water in Mongolia Available at the Right Time, at the Right Place, and in the Right Quality 

    Fan, Mingyuan (Asian Development Bank, 2020-06-30)
    The water resources situation in Mongolia is unique (as presented in the map on page 3). With glaciers in the northwest, the Gobi Desert in the south, and endless steppes in the central and eastern regions, the country covers a wide spectrum of water ...
  • Sri Lanka’s Water Supply and Sanitation Sector: Achievements and a Way Forward 

    Fan, Mingyuan (Asian Development Bank, 2015-06-30)
    This working paper uses the most recent urban water supply and sanitation sector data to provide a comprehensive summary of the historical development of Sri Lanka’s water and sanitation sectors together with a review of plans for future development. ...
  • Water Conservation Strategies for Beijing Capital Region 

    Jenny, Hubert; Fan, Mingyuan; Beekma, Jelle; Wang, Yihong; Bulson, Paul; Peibin, Liu (Asian Development Bank, 2019-11-30)
    Beijing is the world’s second-largest city after Shanghai and one of the most water challenged cities. Faced with limited options, Beijing can only sustainably meet the additional water demand by 2030 through enhanced water conservation. Specific water ...