Sino-German Cooperation
on Biodiversity, Climate and Environment
On behalf of International Climate Initiative (IKI)

Workshop on Carbon Neutrality Roadmap for Photovoltaic Industry Chain in Jiangsu Province

To support the national goal on carbon peaking and carbon neutrality, and to push forward the green and low-carbon high quality development of the photovoltaic industry in Jiangsu Province, the Jiangsu Strategy and Development Research Center together with the Jiangsu Photovoltaic Industry Association held a workshop on the Carbon Neutrality Roadmap for the Photovoltaic Industry Chain in Jiangsu Province on 29 December in Nanjing. The workshop invited relevant experts to present on the development of the PV industry in 2021, the life-cycle carbon emissions of the photovoltaic industry chain, best practices of low carbon certification of PV products, and other topics. The Research on Life-cycle Carbon Reduction of Photovoltaic Industrial Chain and Promoting Systematic Recycling in Jiangsu Province which is supported by GIZ was introduced on this workshop as well.

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Planning Workshop on Dual-Carbon Piloting School

During a planning workshop on the Dual-Carbon Piloting School for Jiangsu Province, held on 04 March, it was jointly agreed to initiate the development of dual-carbon piloting school standards and a low carbon and environment protection curriculum and piloting for preschool education.

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Preparation Seminar of “Nanjing Carbon Neutral Building Research Center”

On 25 February, a brainstorm seminar on the establishment of the Nanjing Carbon Neutral Building Research Center took place. The proposed research center is authorized by the Nanjing Science and Technology Bureau and will be established by the Nanjing Second Architectural Design Institute. Relevant experts from research institutes, universities and enterprises, as well as from the Jiangsu Project participated in the seminar to make suggestions for the establishment and development of the research center.

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