On February 03, 2021, the SGUP project cooperated with ICLEI East Asia to host the second webinar of the series “Sustainable Urban Renewal: Experience from Chinese and German Cities.” After the kick-off by the City of Dortmund on December 02, 2020, this time the City of Chengdu (Sichuan Province), represented by Ms. Li Li, Vice Director of the Chengdu City Foreign Relations Office and Ms. Nan Yao from the Chengdu Institute of Planning and Design, presented sustainable urban planning initiatives and projects. The focus was particularly on the “Chengdu Park City Initiative”, an environmentally oriented development strategy of the city initiated by the central government in 2018, which puts climate protection in the focus of Chengdu’s urban planning. Concrete goals for the period up to 2050 include the sustainable development of industrial areas, renaturation measures, e.g. for watercourses, the expansion of green spaces so that Chengdu citizens can encounter a green space every 300 meters, and the expansion of bicycle and pedestrian paths throughout the city. Chengdu’s sustainable development is not only driven by planning experts, but also citizens who are involved in projects like the co-creation of community gardens in public spaces.