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Nature Environmental Protection, 2023, 4(2); doi: 10.38007/NEP.2023.040209.

Evaluation of Legal Regulation Countermeasures for Rural Water Environment Pollution Based on Environmental Sustainability


Lu Zhao and Quan Xiao

Corresponding Author:
Lu Zhao

School of Economics, Management and Law, Hubei Normal University, Huangshi 435002, Hubei, China


At the beginning of the 21st century, under the trend of increasing global environmental protection calls, countries have gradually paid more attention to environmental protection and sustainable resource utilization. Moreover, due to the increasing demand for their own health, the public also has a high demand for the government's environmental protection work. However, what is not commensurate with the accelerating pace of urban environmental protection is that the vast rural and remote areas are still self-sufficient. Under their original cognitive mode of thinking, they "go their own way" and throw laws and regulations out of the sky in the face of huge economic benefits, making the laws promulgated by the state a piece of shit for lawbreakers. Therefore, starting from the improvement of rural water environment, this paper firstly clarified the source, harm and necessity of treatment of rural water environment pollution; secondly, it used the comparative analysis method to analyze the legal problems existing in the prevention and control of rural water environment pollution; finally, through the interdisciplinary analysis method, the legal countermeasures for the prevention and control of rural water environment pollution were perfected. The experimental results showed that the improved legal practice of rural water environment pollution control can effectively improve the 19.23% recognition of rural residents and promote the development of rural water environment pollution control.


Rural Water Management Countermeasures, Environmental Sustainability, Comparative Analysis, Interdisciplinary Analysis

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Lu Zhao and Quan Xiao. Evaluation of Legal Regulation Countermeasures for Rural Water Environment Pollution Based on Environmental Sustainability. Nature Environmental Protection (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 2: 79-91. https://doi.org/10.38007/NEP.2023.040209.


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