On 25 May 2023, Zhongshan Xiaolan Low-Carbon Development & Promotion Center, as the implementation agency of the first IKI Small Grants project in China, hosted
The Shandong electricity spot market saw negative prices for 22 consecutive hours (20:00; 1 May – 17:00; 2 May) during national holidays in May 2023.
Since 1 May 2023, Chinese governmental entities and enterprises are required to conduct a carbon impact analysis for every new investment project located in China.
The first phase of the Sino-German Track II Dialogue (T2D) on Climate Change and Sustainable Development, a joint initiative between China and Germany, has concluded successfully, paving the way for its second stage. This significant development was announced at the 6th Steering Committee meeting held in Beijing from 26 to 27 April 2023.
The 12th meeting of the Sino-German Working Group on Environment and Climate Change (SGWG) was held virtually on 27 April 2023.
Eleven ministries jointly issued the guideline on building a holistic standard system to achieve China’s carbon peaking and neutrality goals. The standard system contains four
On 6 April 2023, GIZ and the World Resources Institute (WRI) successfully co-organized the subforum on International Experience and Chinese Practices as part of the 2023 China International Forum on Climate Investment and Finance. The subforum included two sessions: Climate Investment and Financing for Carbon Neutrality: Ambitious Strategy, Market Practices, and Product Innovation and Incentivize Investment for Climate Change Adaptation: Climate Risk Management and Climate Resilient Urban Infrastructure Development. Jiang Zhaoli, Deputy Director General of the Department of Climate Change of Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE-DCC), Thorsten Giehler, Region Director of GIZ East Asia, and Fang Li, Chief Representative of WRI China, delivered opening speeches for the forum.
On 24 February 2023, the 5th Steering Committee Meeting of the Sino-German Track II Dialogue (T2D) on Climate Change and Sustainable Development was successfully held online. Organised by GIZ, the meeting was led by the National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC) in China and the German Environment Agency (UBA).