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Establishment Time:2002

CN 11-4740/C

ISSN 1671-6116

Supervisor: Beijing Forestry University

Sponsors by: Ministry of Education of the Republic of China

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Protection of Farmers' Benefits in the Government-Embedded Industrial Poverty Alleviation: A Case Study of the Poverty Alleviation Industry in Zhijiang Dong Autonomous County, Huaihua City
Wang Xu
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2023020
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Government-guided industrial poverty alleviation is an important initiative to consolidate the results of poverty alleviation and rural revitalization in an effective way. The key to this is that government embedding can truly help poor households to enjoy the dividends brought by the industry in a fair and reasonable way. This paper presents an empirical analysis of the distribution of subject interests in the Zhijiang Dong Autonomous County government's embedded industrial development model from the perspective of the distribution of interests of multiple subjects. The study found that government-embedded industrial poverty alleviation effectively realizes the goal of poverty alleviation and income generation. In the process of promoting industrial development, the government and village collectives play a supporting role for industrial development, and cooperatives and farmers bear all the risks of industrial development. In terms of the distribution of subject interests, the professional cooperatives are the highest, followed by the local government, the poor households, and the village collectives. However, the actual benefits of each subject are lower than the theoretical benefits; thus, it is necessary to further improve the distribution of benefits among subjects to better protect the benefits of farmers. This paper puts forward corresponding optimization suggestions for the participating subjects to ensure the benefits of farmers. Firstly, to improve the accuracy of the government embedding, it needs to establish a reward mechanism and third-party supervision mechanism to motivate the grassroots government workers to actively help the development of the industry. Secondly, to strengthen the shareholding cooperation mechanism between the professional cooperatives and farmers, it needs to promote the active participation of farmers as shareholders to participate actively in the cooperative's operation and production, and to increase the cooperative's operational efficiency. Thirdly, enhancing the stability of industrial development, standardizing order contracts, improving the vocational skills of the participating subjects, and promoting the sustainable development of the industry. Fourthly, building an incentive-compatible benefit distribution mechanism. Under the premise of fairness and reasonableness, dynamically adjusting the distribution of benefits according to the changes in the market prices of the production factors, so as to prioritize the protection of reasonable rights and interests of the poor households, and to realize the sustainable elimination of poverty.
Retrospect and Reflection on Chinese Fir Wood Studies under the Perspective of Humanities and Social Sciences——A Knowledge Graph Visualization Analysis based on CiteSpace
Zhang Hong, Li Li
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2023010
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From the perspective of humanities and social sciences and with the help of CiteSpace, a bibliometric analysis tool, this paper combs relevant literatures on Chinese fir wood studies in CNKI and ponders over future studies. The results show that the number of published papers on Chinese fir wood studies presents a trend of increasing before decreasing; the research institutes involve colleges and universities in wide varieties, ranging from the agricultural and forestry to the comprehensive to the normal to the national category; the research periods are distributed from Ming Dynasty to the contemporary era and are concentrated mainly on Qing Dynasty; the study areas are focused mainly on the provinces and regions of South China where Chinese fir woods are produced. The studies have experienced the inceptive stage before 1992, the rising stage from 1992 to 2007, and the developing stage from 2008 to date, exhibiting the features of keeping up with the national policy and serving the local development. The hot content of Chinese fir wood studies is concentrated on four subject matters: fir wood management, forestry contract, timber trade, and forest carbon sink. It is further proposed that Chinese fir wood studies under the perspective of humanities and social sciences can be carried forward at economic, political, social,cultural, ecological, and other different levels in combination with requirements of the national development strategy in the new era.
The Evolution of Traditional Villages to Modern Villages from the Perspective of Labor Migration
Wang Weidong, Wang Yitao, Li Qiang, Luo Renfu
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2023037
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Population migration is an important driving force to promote rural transformation and development. However, few studies have examined how rural China evolves from traditional to modern from the perspective of labor migration. Focusing on this issue, this paper finds that the lack of population migration is a typical feature of traditional villages, and labor migration makes the expected benefit exchange model with human exchange as the main feature gradually fade, and then evolves into a cooperation model dominated by market transaction mechanism. However, this does not mean that the mechanism of maintaining the traditional acquaintance society no longer plays a role, and the mutual assistance and cooperation among the residual population of the village, the contact between the migrant group and the village, and the role of the returning group are all constrained by the rules of acquaintance society. The key to future rural governance is to build a suitable system and mechanism, give full play to the role of the market and the advantages of information symmetry among the rural surplus population, and promote the close cooperation among farmers. At the same time, the establishment of the benefit linkage mechanism between the migrant population and the village can provide more possibilities for the modernization of rural governance.
Review and Prospect of the research of the Balance Sheet of Natural Resources in China Based on the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting
Wang fuwei, Tian minghua
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022239
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Since the Third Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China proposed to explore the preparation of the Balance Sheet of Natural Resources (BSNR), the theoretical and practical circles have carried out a lot of theoretical research and reporting practice. Based on the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting, this paper reveals the changes in the research fields and contents of the BSNR, and comprehensively combs the research on the concept of the BSNR, the reporting subject, the confirmation and measurement of the reporting elements, and the reporting format. The research shows that the existing research has some insufficiency in the positioning of the BSNR, the reporting body, the recognition conditions and measurement methods of the reporting elements, information disclosure, etc. the research basis and research path of different scholars are quite different, and there is still a distance from forming a consensus. Based on the existing research situation and the practical needs of national governance of natural resources, it is proposed that, on the premise of clearly defining the report subject and objectives, independent research should be carried out from the two paths of statistics and accounting. To conduct in-depth discussion on the confirmation, measurement and disclosure of statement elements under different paths.
Drivers of Local Residents’ Bamboo Utilization Behavior in Giant Panda Habitats of Tianquan County and Baoxing County in Sichuan Province
Liu Tong, Hu Ning, Li Hongxun, He Chao
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022257
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Bamboo is a key habitat factor affecting giant panda habitats, and thus local community residents’ bamboo utilization behavior can be a major challenge to the conservation effectiveness of giant pandas. Based on research data collected from giant panda habitats in Tianquan County and Baoxing County of Sichuan Province, the empirical results of Spearman's correlation analysis and binary logistic model in this paper reveals that respondents' gender, experience of entrepreneurial activities and training, difficulty of borrowing, income channels, and food sources have significant effects on bamboo utilization behavior of local community residents. The author analyzes drivers of bamboo utilization behaviors in four aspects: individual characteristics of respondents, livelihood capital, livelihood strategies, and policy perceptions. Besides, coping strategies in terms of industrial development, urban-rural integration, and management models are proposed.
Evolutionary Game and Simulation of Power Plant and Government Behavior Strategy -- A Study Based on the Development Perspective of Agricultural and Forestry Biomass Coupled Power Generation Industry
Yu Dan, Wang Siyi, Zhang Caihong, Zhang Lan
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022172
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Under the background of "carbon peaking and carbon neutrality", agricultural and forestry biomass coupled power generation as a new path of coal power transformation, how the government formulate effective subsidy and supervision policies and how the power plant chooses the right strategy is the key to promote the development of agricultural and forestry biomass coupled power generation industry. A hybrid strategy game model between the government and the power plant was constructed to analyze the game relationship and the dynamic evolution process of the behavior strategy of both sides in this paper. Then, system dynamics was used to conduct modeling and simulation and further explore the influence path of key factors on the behavior strategy of the government and the power plant. The results show that the behavior strategies of the government and power plant are not stable in a long period, but fluctuate in the interaction. At the same time, formulating subsidies and supervision policies by the government, improving the benefits of coupled power generation, and reducing the cost of coupled power generation, which will promote more power plants to choose agricultural and forestry biomass coupled power generation, and further promote industrial development.
The Structure of Global Trade Competition and Complementary Network of Wood Forest Products
Wu Yingli, Yin Zhonghua
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2023041
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The paper uses the social network analysis method to construct the competitive networks and complementarity networks among 74 major wood forest product economies from 2009 to 2019. From the perspective of network density, node centrality and trade block-models, the paper studies the competitiveness and complementarity among the economies. The results show as follows: First, competitive networks and complementary networks are less closely connected, but complementary networks are closer than competitive networks; thus, there is still a large space for cooperation among the major economies. Second, China is becoming more connected in all trade networks. In the competitive networks, China's node degree ranking is promoted rapidly, and it competes fiercely with other economies. In the complementarity networks, China’s node strength increases rapidly, and the trade potential is rather considerable. Third, the trade of wood forest products has formed three competitive groups, the competition between China and other economies has been increasing, and the complementarity relationship within China's plate has gradually weakened in the past decade. The plate composed of Belarus, Denmark and other economies is an important potential trade partner of China.
The Mechanism Behind the Influence of Social Capital on Farmers' Cognition of the Importance of Asian Elephant Conservation: Taking Pu'er City as An Example
Liu Hujie, Chen Junfeng, Zhang Zhongyi, Xie Yi
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022203
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Based on the social capital theory, this paper adopts factor analysis and ordered logistic regression to analyze the impact of farmers' social capital on their cognition of the importance of Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) protection, using the survey data of 365 micro farmers in Jiangcheng County, Ning'er County and Simao District of Pu'er City, Yunnan Province as the research sample. The results show that farmers' awareness of the importance of conservation still needs to be improved. Social networks and social participation can promote but social trust inhibits farmers' awareness of the importance of elephant conservation. Social capital is an important channel for information exchange and dissemination in rural areas. Based on these findings, policy suggestions are proposed to encourage farmers to establish and expand social networks, strengthen the publicity of elephant protection, and give full play to the role of rural grassroots network organizations.
Factors Influencing Government-oriented Forest Insurance Demands of New Forestry Management Entities
Xiao Jianxiu, Liu Can, Xiao Hui, Hou Fangmiao, Liu Hao
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022184
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This paper uses panel data from a sample of 485 new-type forestry management entities in 15 counties and cities in nine provinces of China from 2015-2018 field research to empirically analyze the factors affecting subjects' demand for government-oriented forest insurance. The results of the study show that: each increase of 1 unit in the affected area and damage caused an increase of 1.728 unit and 1.704 unit, respectively, in the demand for government-oriented forest insurance by new forestry management entities; each increase of 1 unit in production costs and income caused an increase of 0.213 unit and 0.052 unit, respectively, in the demand for government-oriented forest insurance by new forestry management entities; each increase of 1 unit in infrastructure investment and financial cost investment caused a decrease of 0.303 unit and 0.05 unit, respectively, in the demand for government-oriented forest insurance by new forestry management entities. In addition, the moderating effect of operation scale on the demand for government-oriented forest insurance was further tested. In response to the research results, this paper proposes policy recommendations in terms of further promoting the scale of forestry production, promoting the diversification of insurance products, and increasing government support for forest insurance.
The Impact of Financial Development on Carbon Emissions in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region: A Spatial Durbin Model Based on STIRPAT
Han Ziye, Zhang Ying, Gu Xuesong
Accepted Manuscript  doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022279
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Based on the panel data of Beijing, Tianjin and 11 cities in Hebei from 2005 to 2019, thispaper measures the per capita carbon dioxide emissions of each cityand establishesan extended STIRPAT model including financial scale and financial efficiency. On this basis, the paper establishesmediation effect model and spatial Durbin model to explore the mechanismandspatialeffectof financial development on per capita carbon dioxide emissions. The results show as follows. ① The expansion of financial scale increases the housing prices, pushes up the production cost of enterprises, affects the layout migration of traditional manufacturing, and thus curbs carbon emissions. ② The improvement of financial efficiency provides financing convenience for the expansion of industrial enterprises, and the resulting scale effectpromotescarbonemissions. ③ The role of financial development in supporting technological innovation is notsignificant. ④ There existsnegative feedback effect between the carbon emissions of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei cities, which is not conducive to the coordinated development of urban agglomeration’s environmental governance. ⑤ Compared with the local effect, the influence of financial scale and financial efficiency on carbon emissions of neighboring cities is weaker. Based on the above findings, policy suggestions areproposedon speeding up the improvement of green finance system, promoting credit support for green innovation, and resolutely eliminating excess productioncapacity.
Ecological Civilization
The Basic Concept, Practical Measures and Future Prospects of Contributing to Global Ecological Conservation
Cai Ziwei
2023, 22(3): 1-7.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022176
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Contributing to Global Ecological Conservation is one of the basic principles advocated by Xi Jinping's Thought on Ecological Civilization, which is the solution and wisdom put forward by China to cope with global ecological problems and promote world ecological governance.Under the guidance of this international initiative, China not only shares with the world such advanced ecological civilization concepts as "human and nature are the community of life", "harmony between humanity and nature" and "earth life community", but also contributes to the construction of a clean and beautiful world through the construction of green "Belt and Road", addressing global climate change, protection of biodiversity and other vivid practices. In the context of once-in-a-century changes taking place in the world, with the improvement of China's comprehensive national strength, while continuing to strengthen international cooperation, we urgently need to build a more mature and complete discourse system of ecological civilization to further enhance China's international discourse power of ecological civilization.
The Distinctive Characteristics of the Times of Xi Jinping's Thought on Ecological Civilization
Liu Haixia, Zhang Mei
2023, 22(3): 8-14.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022245
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Xi Jinping's thought on ecological civilization is the fundamental compliance and action guide for the construction of ecological civilization in the new era, which has significant characteristics of the times. Xi Jinping's thought on ecological civilization draws on historical wisdom and has distinct inheritance; beyond the traditional concept, it has outstanding innovation; it adheres to people supremacy, with a firm affinity to the people; it emphasizes on global thinking, and is rigorously systematic; based on Chinese practice, it has strong reality; paying attention to the fate of mankind, it is loftily strategic. Explaining the above significant characteristics of the times is of great significance for promoting the sustainable development of the Chinese nation and building a community of human destiny.
Teaching Research of Integrating Xi Jinping's Thought on Ecological Civilization into the Course of "Ideology, Morality and Rule of Law": Taking Beijing Forestry University's Forestry Major as An Example
Chen Chen, Lin Zhen
2023, 22(3): 15-21.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022163
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Beijing Forestry University has distinctive major settings and characteristic educational experience. Xi Jinping's Thought on Ecological Civilization provides an ideological treasure and direction guidance for the teaching of ideological and political courses of forestry students, which is of great significance for cultivating students with a sense of mission and responsibility. In the new era, under the guidance of Xi Jinping's Thought on Ecological Civilization ,we take the course of "Ideology, Morality and Rule of Law" as the starting point and try to tailor the teaching contents, ideas and framework according to the characteristics of forestry majors. Through theoretical and practical teaching inside and outside the classroom, we try to demonstrate Xi Jinping's Thought on Ecological Civilization in ideological and political education and help students better understand it and pursue lofty ideals. We stick to nourish the youth with the Chinese spirit, practice the core socialist values, and cultivate forestry professionals and talents in the educational interaction of moral cultivation, legal consciousness and ecological civilization construction by following Xi Jinping's Thought on Ecological Civilization. We also try to enhance the emotional identity of contemporary college students and strengthen their belief of the path of ecological civilization of socialism with Chinese characteristics in practice.
Driving Force or Justification: Anthropocentrism and Ecological Crisis
Wang Ruixiong, Yan Geng
2023, 22(3): 22-27.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022238
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Ecocentrism philosophers regard anthropocentrism as the root of ecological crisis, and interpret anthropocentrism as plundering nature based on human greed. However, a study of the history of modern western thought shows that anthropocentrism is based on human welfare, rather than human greed. Therefore, in the process of ecological crisis developing, anthropocentrism emerged not as an internal driving force, but as a modern ideology and a role in legitimizing capitalist social production. Taking anthropocentrism as the driving force of the ecological crisis obscures the driving role of the capitalist system. The development of anthropocentrism into ecological humanism is conducive to avoiding the understanding of anthropocentrism as desire centrism and conducting anti ecological application.
Environmental Humanities: A Shift of Western Humanities
Nangong Meifang
2023, 22(3): 28-32.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022179
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Since the term ''Environmental Humanities'' was officially unveiled in 2012, it has caused great impact in Western scholarship and is regarded as a solution for the western traditional humanities to tackle environmental crisis. Environmental Humanities, which incorporate the new currents of thought of "posthumanism" and "new materialism", first oppose the exceptionality of human beings, dismantle the dualistic opposition between human and non-human, and believe that human beings, like all other beings, are part of the world; Secondly, subjectivity is not unique to human beings, and non-human beings also have the subjective function of action. On this basis, a real environmental ethics can be eventually constructed in which human beings and nature are equal.
Theories and Policies of Agricultural and Forestry Economics
Changes in the Management System of the Key State-owned Forest Regions from the Perspective of Historical Institutionalism: Taking Yichun Key State-owned Forest Region for Example
Ji Yuan, Ke Shuifa, Qiao Dan
2023, 22(3): 33-42.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022158
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Taking the state-owned forest region in Yichun as an example, this paper sorts out the historical process of "division-combination-division" of the management system changes and points out two critical junctures using the analytical method of historical institutionalism to explore the logic behind institution changes. The mechanism behind this institutional reciprocating was multi-level and multi-agent. Its essence was to readjust the institutional framework that no longer meets the requirements of productivity development under the new era. Institutional change originated from the transformation of macro social structure and economic structure, and there were different paths and characteristics behind the two management system transformations in Yichun: in the first critical juncture, the path dependence effect was weak, while pressure from the grass-rootsactors’ reform willingness was strong, which led to the emergence of induced institutional changes; in the second critical juncture, the path dependence was so strong that it had to rely on the strong intervention of state actors, which led to the development of mandatory institutional change. Finally, based on the historical, structural, and dynamic view of institution changes, this article suggests that we should correctly understand the essence, dynamically understand the process, and fully form the thinking of actors so as to deepen the reform, help rejuvenate Northeast China and eventually achieve the goal of common prosperity.
The Impact of the Expiration of Subsidies for the Sloping Land Conversion Program on Farmer Households' Income and Its Mechanism: Based on the Perspective of Non-farm Employment
Qiu Shanshan, Chen Chen, Shi Yanlu, Wang Liqun
2023, 22(3): 43-49.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022154
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Exploring the impact of the expiration of the first round subsidies for the Sloping Land Conversion Program (SLCP) on farmer households' income will help to provide empirical evidence for improving the long-term mechanism for consolidating the SLCP, increasing farmer households’ income and achieving the overall goal of rural revitalization. Based on the survey data of 897 farmer households in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Gansu and Hunan provinces, this paper uses a multi-period DID to investigate the impact of the expiration of the subsidies for the SLCP on farmer households' income, and tests its specific impact mechanism from the perspective of non-farm employment. The results show that the expiration of the subsidies for the SLCP prompts farmer households to participate in non-farm employment and increase their income, so that their total income level does not fall but rises. This effect has initially appeared in the year when the subsidies for the SLCP expire, and shows a trend from strong to weak over time. Heterogeneity analysis found that the expiration of the subsidies for the SLCP has a relatively weak effect on the income level of farmer households with small scale of SLCP, while it has a significantly negative impact on the income level of elderly farmer households. Based on test results above, this paper puts forward policy recommendations from the aspects of enhancing farmer households' ability to transfer employment, formulating differentiated assistance measures and timely issuing follow-up policies for the SLCP.
Text Quantitative Analysis of the Employment Promotion Policies of Rural Labor Force in Key Ecological Function Areas from the Perspective of Policy Instruments
Wang Wen, Zhang Feifei, Li Hongxun
2023, 22(3): 50-63.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022160
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How to promote the employment of local rural labor force while realizing the ecological protection and green development in key ecological function areas is one of the core issues of China's public policies in recent years. Based on the perspective of policy instruments, this paper analyzed 89 policy texts from 2000 to 2022 involving rural labor force employment promotion in key ecological function areas. It is found that the relevant employment promotion policies are scattered in poverty alleviation policies, ecological compensation policies and ecological migration policies. There is still a lack of targeted policies to address the special difficulties of employment in key ecological function zones. Meanwhile, the structure of existing policy instruments is found to be unbalanced, and the supply-oriented and environmental policies aiming at improving the employability of rural labor force and improving the labor market environment are relatively insufficient. During the 14th Five-Year Plan period, it is necessary to strengthen the targeted policies for the special challenges faced by the employment of rural labor force in key ecological function areas, and focus the policy instruments on supply-oriented policies and environmental policies, so as to promote more adequate and higher quality employment in the targeted areas.
Mechanism Analysis of the Influence of Environmental Values on Low-Carbon Production Behavior of Family Farms: TPB-VBN Integration Model
Zhang Yuanyuan, Yang Chenyujing, Geng Lili, Xue Yongji
2023, 22(3): 64-75.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022122
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Exploring the internal logic of low-carbon production behavior of family farms, as a consensual subject to promote the low-carbon transformation of agriculture, is of great significance to the high-quality development of agriculture. Based on the survey data of 472 family farms in Jiangsu Province, the mechanism of environmental values on low-carbon production behavior of family farms was explored using structural equation modelling based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) and the Values-Beliefs-Norms (VBN) theory. The results show that:①Environmental values have no direct significant effect on the low-carbon production behavior of family farms, while the former has a complete mediating effect on the latter.②The relationship between environmental values and the low-carbon production behavior of family farms is affected by several mediating variables, such as the environmental identity, individual norm, subjective norm, and so on.③The TPB-VBN integration model mechanism can effectively reveal the role of environmental values on the low-carbon production behavior of family farms. ④The mechanism of environmental values on low-carbon production behavior of family farms varies according to the goal orientation of the farms, and environmental identity, perceived behavioral control and environmental values play major roles in family farms oriented to reputation building, economic benefits and sustainable development, respectively.
Impact of COVID-19 on the Operating Performance of China's Forest-Related Listed Companies and Related Countermeasures: An Empirical Analysis Based on Regression Discontinuity and Text Mining
Fan Zhuoni, Liu Changyan, You Weijia
2023, 22(3): 76-83.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022108
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Based on the financial reports data of China's forest-related listed companies from 2018 to 2021, the impact of COVID-19 on the operating performance of these companies is analyzed by using regression discontinuity method and LDA topic model. The regression discontinuity analysis shows that the outbreak of COVID-19 has directly led to a significant decline in the operating performance of these companies in the first quarter of 2020. The results of thematic clustering reveal that the main reasons for the decline in business performance include the shortage and rising prices of raw materials such as wood pulp and wood, and the obstruction of domestic and international logistics and transportation. The delay of resumption of production and work caused difficulties in the operation of some enterprises and heavy cost burden. The market demand for forest products was restrained in the short term, and the customer orders were insufficient due to the decrease of consumers' purchase desire. With the gradual consolidation of the effectiveness of domestic epidemic prevention and control, the business performance of forest-related enterprises has gradually warmed up. Through thematic clustering of the corpus of "main factors influencing business performance changes", it is found that the main reasons for the warming of business performance are: after the resumption of work and production, the supply chain has gradually returned to normal operation; capacity allocation is optimized to improve production efficiency; the marketing mode is expanded and the digital process is accelerated. Based on the specific difficulties faced by China's forest-related listed companies and combined with the effective measures taken by some enterprises, this paper puts forward some management suggestions.
Spatio-Temporal Distribution and Its Influencing Factors of "One Village One Product" Demonstration Villages and Towns in China
Zhang Huilin, Lai Qifu, Li Chunshuo, Li Hufeng, Huang Jielong
2023, 22(3): 84-95.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022148
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"OneVillage One product" is an important development model for rural industrial revitalization. The first to eleventh batches of 3780 national "One Village One Product" demonstration villages and towns are used as the research objects, and their spatial and temporal evolution characteristics and influencing factors are analyzed by using kernel density analysis, average nearest neighbor algorithm, standard deviation ellipse, quantile regression, and other methods. The results show that the spatial distribution of "One Village One Product" model villages and towns is uneven, mostly concentrated in the relatively developed economic regions such as Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei-Southwestern Shandong contiguous area, Sichuan Basin, Yangtze River Delta, and Pearl River Delta, reflecting the large difference in the level of rural industrial revitalization in different regions. The industrial structures of model villages and towns are different, relying mainly on primary products and primary industries, and the proportion of secondary and tertiary industries such as leisure agriculture and rural services is too small. Natural and human conditions and socio-economic factors together influence the formation and distribution of model villages and towns, among which socio-economic indicators such as local fiscal expenditure, road network density, regional per capita GDP, the gross output value of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery, and per capita disposable income have positive relationships with the number of model villages and towns. Accordingly, improving measures are proposed such as increasing financial transfer payments, attaching importance to the synergistic development of urban and rural industries, and promoting the creation of high-end agricultural brands.
Public Opinion on the Ecological Hotspot Event of Elephants' Northward Movement in Yunnan Province
Wang Wukui, Niu Zilin, Li Yan, Yan Yumeng, Kong Shuo
2023, 22(3): 96-102.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022070
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This paper excavates the attitude tendency and main views of media reports and netizens on the event of elephants' northward movement in Yunnan Province, explores the legal awareness of wildlife protection and the degree of popular science education of netizens or the public, in order to find a network platform suitable for public opinion guidance of wildlife protection. The public opinion on the event of elephants' northward movement in Yunnan Province is taken as the research object. Research data acquired through data crawling tool and the public opinion are analyzed from the perspectives of emotion analysis, cluster analysis and social network analysis, in order to explore the development of public opinion.The research results show that online public opinion data are mainly gathered on three platforms, which can be used as the main platform for public opinion guidance in the future. The convening of the COP15 conference reversed public opinion and played an important role in guiding public opinion. The public's awareness of wildlife protection laws is weakand efforts of relevant government departments are insufficient in science popularization education; therefore, it is necessary to strengthen the network communication capacity of public opinion on wildlife protection. Based on the research results, we put forward suggestions on wildlife protection and public opinion guidance.
Ecology and Environment
Effect of Plant Community Color beside Fitness Trail on the Mood of Exercisers
Meng Zizhuo, Zhang Can, Yu Xiaonan
2023, 22(3): 103-108.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2022100
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Studies have shown that the color of plant community can affect the mood of sitting people, but the impact on exercisers has not been studied. This study used psychological questionnaire to investigate the emotional changes of subjects before and after watching plant community color pictures in three exercise states: running, walking and sitting, in order to explore the influence of plant community color on the mood of people in different exercise states. The results show that among the five colors of flower of white, pink, yellow, purple and mixed color, the best one to produce calm mood is white flowers, and the best one to generate happiness is mixed color flowers. Pink flowers can relieve tension and sadness most. White flowers can also ease tension in walking state, and mixed color flowers can also reduce tension and sadness in sitting state. Among the five leaf colors of red, orange, yellow, green and mixed color, the green leaves are the best to evoke calm mood, the yellow leaves are the best to trigger happiness and excitement in running state, and the mixed color leaves are the best to stimulate happiness in walking and sitting state; The yellow leaves are the most likely to generate excitement during running, the orange leaves are the most likely to generate excitement during walking and the red leaves are the most likely to generate excitement during sitting. Green leaves are the best to relieve tension and sadness in running state, green leaves and mixed leaves ease tension and sadness in walking and sitting state respectively. The results will provide a reference for the planning and design of plant communities in fitness green space.
Forestry History
A Brief Discussion on the Agricultural and Forestry Artifacts of the Funeral Ritual System in the Three Rites
Yang Fan
2023, 22(3): 109-114.   doi: 10.13931/j.cnki.bjfuss.2023109
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The ritual system is closely related to material, and the funeral part of three Confucian classics, i.e., Yili , Zhouli and Liji, regulates that a large number of raw plant materials should be used in funeral utensils and clothing. This paper sorts out the relevant chapters of Yili and Liji , putting forward that the making of funeral utensils should choose common floristic materials according to local conditions, and follow two principles of "using the nature of plants" and "expressing aspirations through natural objects", so as to carry forward the natural and humanistic attributes of plants and meet the needs of ethical life. Among them, "using the nature of plants" directly considers the physical properties of floristic materials in making ritual vessels, which reflects the pursuit of harmony and unity between man and nature."Expressing aspirations through natural objects" introduces the attributes of plants into the human world, expressing emotions and bidding farewell to relatives through the cultural implications of plants, which is the concrete and subtle presentation of the thinking mode of "analogy" in traditional Chinese philosophy.
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