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Feb 4, 2017

MOU Signed to Launch an Urbanization Forum

China Academy of Urban Planning & Design (CAUPD) and EF China signed on January 19 a memorandum of understanding on establishing ‘China's Urbanization Think Tank Forum’
Dec 3, 2015

Supporting Chinese Cities to an early Peaking of Carbon Emissions — 22 Non-Profit Organizations Release the Ten Key Principles of Low Carbon Urbanization

The China Urban Sustainability Coalition, along with multiple non-profit organizations that advocate for sustainable urbanization in China, jointly released the Ten Key Principles of Low Carbon Urbanization on December 3rd in Paris, at China Pavilion of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21), offering recommendations for Chinese cities’ transition towards a green and low-carbon development model.

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Dec 12, 2019

Technical Guide to the Co-Control of Air Pollutant and Carbon Emissions in the Urban Transport Sector

With support from Energy Foundation China, this guide was completed by a joint team that includes the China Sustainable Transportation Center, the World Resources Institute, the Innovative Green Development Program, the School of Environment at Tsinghua University, and the Beijing Transport Institute.
Oct 15, 2019

Achieving Triple Goals of Carbon Emission Peaking, Air Quality Standard Attainment, and Economic Prosperity at the City Level: The Shenzhen Case

With support from Energy Foundation China, the Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen) led a joint research team from seven international and domestic research institutions to conduct this research and released the Shenzhen Case Study report in August 2019.
Aug 4, 2019

Carbon Emission Peaking Path of China’s City Clusters: Exploring the Opportunities

In May of 2019, the Rocky Mountain Institute released the report with support from Energy Foundation China and WWF
Feb 3, 2019

Building a Support System for Shenzhen’s Near-zero Carbon Emission District Pilot

In 2018,Energy Foundation China supported the Shenzhen Institute of Building Research to study how to build a support system for the city’s near-zero carbon emission district.
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