Environmental sustainable development in China

Environmental sustainable development in China

Published in:14 06 2022

A lecture given by Dr. JIANG Ping, organised on Thursday 30 June 2022 from 11:30 to 13:00.

Online: Webex (the link will be sent after registration)

Free entry

Registration required via confucius@uni.lu ou +352 46 66 44 4964

Dr. JIANG Ping is Associate Professor of Department of Environmental Science & Engineering, Fudan University; Assistant to Director of the Fudan Tyndall Centre. His research focuses on environmental sustainable development with co-benefits approach, low carbon sustainability which covers climate change, environmental management, energy saving technologies and social behavior, and low carbon management system in building low carbon communities. Before coming to Fudan, he was JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow of United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies in Japan. He received his Ph.D. of Environmental Sciences in University of East Anglia, England.

China is facing the challenge of climate change and environmental protection in line with the promotion of sustainable development goals. Climate change has been recognized as an increasingly serious issue at the global level, together with concerns about environmental issues (e.g. air pollution) at the local level particularly in cities. China has got an ambitious plan to achieve the goal of environmental sustainability. The presentation is going to identify existing problems to China’s environmental sustainable development, and discuss the reasons behind these environmental problems. The presentation is also going to explore solutions to China’s environmental sustainable development through a case study.

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