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  • Interview: China on track for sustainable, creative future: LSE economist

    China is writing a sustainable and creative growth story as the country is seeking high-quality growth by such means as structural changes in the service sector, according to a pioneering expert in the economics of climate change.

    November22,2019


  • C China's Chenzhou holds conference to foster national innovation demonstration zone construction for sustainable dev.

    Chenzhou City in central China's Hunan Province recently held a conference to boost the construction of the national innovation demonstration zone for implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development of the United Nations in the city.

    October08,2019


  • Interview: BRI's green commitment significant to global development -- NPO leader

    China's commitment to make the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) a green cause advancing sustainable development is admirable and far-sighted, said the deputy chief of a global research organization.

    April26,2019


  • Interview: BRI leads global battle against environmental challenges: conservationist

    A new sustainable development model with humanity in harmony with nature, which China has been promoting via the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), will be key to achieving an ecological civilization worldwide, according to a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) expert.

    April11,2019


  • Chinese "Green Super Rice" promotes sustainable agriculture development in Asia and Africa

    Chinese agriculture scientists have bred new rice varieties named "Green Super Rice (GSR)" for developing Asian and African countries to reduce hunger and increase the income of farmers.

    April03,2019


  • CNOOC unveils sustainability report for 2018, showing stable operations 

    CNOOC has recently released its 2018 sustainability report in Beijing, showing stable operations. The report presents CNOOC's efforts for sustainable development. 

    April01,2019


  • China imports less solid waste in 2018

    China's imports of solid waste continued to drop in 2018 as the country tightened its ban on solid waste imports, according to the Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE).

    April01,2019


  • China restores natural ecosystems in arid, semiarid zones: research

    Researchers have revealed that China has made great efforts to protect and restore natural ecosystems in its arid and semiarid zones.

    February11,2019


  • Nation to step up fight on air pollution

    China's top environmental watchdog has vowed to succeed in air pollution control this year by enhancing the management of diesel-powered trucks while further reducing industrial emissions.

    January22,2019


  • China to ban imports of waste foreign vessels for ship recycling: newspaper

    China will ban imports of waste foreign vessels to protect the environment, China Daily reported Monday.

    December24,2018


  • Guangzhou turns to NEVs for public transport

    South China's metropolis Guangzhou now has over 10,000 electric buses, one of the biggest fleet of new-energy buses among Chinese cities, Mayor Wen Guohui said here at an international forum.

    December10,2018


  • Qinghai-Tibet Plateau adopts diverse measures to address climate change

    When Nyima Cering left for the Polish city of Katowice to attend the UN Climate Change Conference, he was well aware of the importance of protecting the ecology in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.

    December10,2018


  • China to launch tough battle against pollution in Bohai Sea area

    China will take a comprehensive set of measures to fight against pollution and protect the environment of the Bohai Sea area, China's environment watchdog said Friday.

    December03,2018


  • UN chief welcomes G20 commitment to fight climate change

    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has welcomed the declaration released Saturday at the conclusion of the 2018 G20 meeting, which reaffirms a commitment to raise ambition in the fight against climate change.

    December03,2018


  • 118 projects worth 200 bln yuan signed at green development trade expo

    A total of 118 cooperative projects worth more than 209 billion yuan (about 30 billion U.S. dollars) have been signed at the Fifth World Green Development Investment and Trade Expo which kicked off here Friday.

    December03,2018


  • China's solid waste imports continue to slump on tightened ban

    China's imports of solid waste slumped further in the first 10 months of 2018 as the government stepped up enforcement on a ban on solid waste imports.

    November12,2018


  • China approves three demonstration zones for sustainable development

    The State Council, China's cabinet, has approved Shenzhen, Taiyuan and Guilin to build innovation demonstration zones to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

    February26,2018


  • UN official asks for inclusive and equitable growth, sustainable development

    UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed on Monday asked a UN commission to work toward inclusive and equitable economic growth and sustainable development so as to eradicate poverty.

    January30,2018


  • Over 70 percent of Chinese consumers aware of sustainable consumption

    More than 70 percent of Chinese consumers understood sustainable consumption, according to a report released by the China Chain Store and Franchise Association.

    August24,2017


  • Delegates from B&R countries brainstorm on how to address urbanization challenges

    Delegates from the United Nations (UN), European Union (EU) and several countries along the Belt and Road (B&R) talked on how to address the urbanization challenges in a forum held in Chengdu, southwest China’s Sichuan Province during July 20-

    July24,2017


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