Construction and application of ecological civilization evaluation index system under big data ——A case study of Yangtze River Economic Belt

Authors: Zhenzhu Cao*,
Topics: China, Qualitative Research, Tourism Geography
Keywords: Ecological civilization; Evaluation index system; The Yangtze economic belt; Big data; YAAHP
Session Type: Paper
Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 9:55 AM / 11:35 AM
Room: Tyler, Marriott, Mezzanine Level
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In the context of the vigorous development of "big data", this paper takes the Yangtze river economic belt as research area, sufficient data sharing and application of search engine, thanks to the Internet, using the frequency method to screen the most representative indicators, building a comprehensive quantitative evaluation index system of ecological civilization construction in the Yangtze river economic belt, objective, dynamic and science to describe the process and ecological civilization construction level.Therefore, the better adapt to the trend of the development of the reality, to improve the ecological civilization construction of the precise positioning and evaluation efficiency, based on the "five one" model and analytic hierarchy process (AHP), the paper builds the evaluation index system of ecological civilization from the ecological political civilization, ecological economic civilization, ecological civilization, ecological culture, civilization and ecological civilization five dimensions of 11 provinces and cities to quantitatively measure standard of ecological civilization.The research shows that the presentation results of different dimensions have significant differences in the level of ecological civilization construction. The coordinated development of ecological civilization construction in different regions is conducive to the formation of the integrated development pattern of the Yangtze river economic belt and will play a more important exemplary leading and strategic supporting role in the national economic and social developme

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