It is important to improve the outputs of the two products for increasing the agricultural gross output and raising the peasants' income level and living standards as well as properly solving the great problem of agriculture ,rural area and peasants of Hainan province.
The good or bad of solving the problem directly relate to not only the improvement of the living standards of farmers and the quality of life, construction of rural overall well-off society and modernization of agriculture as soon as possible, but also the long-term social stability and development of the whole country.
With carrying the urban housing institution reform forward, housing real estate plays more and more important role in the social economy. Its fluctuation affects not only Chinese national economic development speed and level, and economic and financial safety, but also living level of residential households for its wealth effect.
A problem worthy to be pointed out is that the correlation between non-agricultural population and ecological footprint is bigger than the correlation between agricultural population and ecological footprint, indicating that the amount of non-agricultural population can bring more impacts to ecological footprint than agricultural population resulted from the difference of model of consumption and standard of living.
The methods of sterilizing revenues from oil and gas exports, as the author sees it, have nothing in common with the vital tasks of upgrading investments and raising the living standard of the population.
With economic development and living standard improvement, livestock and poultry production has grown up rapidly, also has become the leading source of pollution in vast rural areas in China.
The economic development in China and the rising of the living standard need to speed up the urbanisation.
That system, however, is subject to immense strain as a result of rapid economic growth, rising living standard, widespread environmental degradation, limited oil reserves and uneven resources distribution.
It impacts not only the living standard improvement of farmers but also the economic value of cultivated land, furthermore results in the direct and indirect loss of cultivated land resources.
It must not be overlooked, however, that, due to the still prevalent differences in living standards, in income ratios and in administrative structures, the process of economic approximation is also not without risks.
There will probably be insufficient wood to satisfy rapidly growing populations with higher living standards in (particularly) India and China.
The Seleucid period is revealed as one of high prosperity, building on a previous advance, but it was followed by a fall in living standards during the first century of Parthian rule.
Contrary to the hopes created by globalization, most observers report a substantial degradation of living standards, social protection, and basic social services, such as education, employment and health.
It shows that, paradoxically, in the smallest and most remote nations the negative impacts of globalization are felt most strongly in urban areas where living standards might appear to be highest.
An analysis of the scale and directions of interregional migration in Russia and its relation to most important economic indicators describing the standard of living and quality of life in regions.
A global population increase and an improved standard of living are generally expected.
The more consistent associations were with unemployment, less education and low income or material standard of living.
Drug addiction, sexual promiscuity and a low standard of living all seem to play a decisive role in the spread of the infection and, consequently, of the diseases related to it (LAS, AIDS-related complex and AIDS).
The government intended for this fund to raise the standard of living among the population of the island of Madura, one of the poorest areas in the country.