Chinese Development Cooperation in Three Ecologically Sensitive Areas

Chinese Official Finance in Ecologically Sensitive Areas Geocoded Research Release, Version 1.0.1

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Summary

This sub-nationally georeferenced dataset of Chinese official finance activities between 2000 and 2014 tracks $149,159,306,133.72 of commitments in three ecologically sensitive regions -- the Tropical Andes in South America, the Great Lakes of Africa, and the Mekong Delta in Southeast Asia.

Official Citation

BenYishay, Ariel, Bradley Parks, Daniel Runfola, Rachel Trichler. 2016. Forest Cover Impacts of Chinese Development Projects in Ecologically Sensitive Areas. AidData Working Paper #32. Williamsburg, VA: AidData.

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Version

Version 1.0.1

(Most Current Version)

(Most Current Geocoded Version)

Methodology

Geocoded

SDG Coded

Natural Resource Concessions

TUFF

Survey Results

Specifications

Publication Date:

Jan 2017

Starting Year:

2000

Ending Year:

2014

Number of Entries:

2,224

File Size

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Full Description

This sub-nationally georeferenced dataset of Chinese official finance activities between 2000 and 2014 tracks $149,159,306,133.72 of commitments in three ecologically sensitive regions -- the Tropical Andes in South America, the Great Lakes of Africa, and the Mekong Delta in Southeast Asia. It includes 1,158 projects covering 2,224 locations using data collected with AidData's Tracking Under-Reported Financial Flows (TUFF) methodology. All tables in the data folder can be joined by the project_id attribute. This data was created using funds from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (Grant # 14-106444-000-INP). Please direct any questions or comments to data@aiddata.org.

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