Supporting the Low Carbon Development of Jiangsu Province Phase III

The Fashion Industry Green Forum & CbD 2020 Award Ceremony

Nov 17, 2020

On November 17, 2020, with the support from GIZ, Aii hosted the Fashion Industry Green Forum & 2020 CbD Award Ceremony. It was the first time that the CbD award event was held online. There were 71 attendees in total, including 37 representatives from 23 suppliers (manufacturers, traders), 22 representatives from 12 global brands and […]

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Curriculum of Climate Change Education on Primary and Secondary Schools

This curriculum was developed based on Germany’s experiences in climate change and social practice activities for primary and secondary school students. The curriculum contents will systematically sort out and introduce the basic knowledge of climate change and the actions and measures to cope with climate change, including the mechanism of climate change, climate change impact and extreme climate events, climate change adaptation and mitigation measures, climate change, and daily life, etc. The curriculum also suggested social practice activities based on Germany’s experience.

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2020 Yangtze Delta Energy High-Quality Development Forum

Nov 27, 2020

On November 27th, 2020, the 2020 Yangtze Delta Energy High-Quality Development Forum was launched in the city of Nantong, Jiangsu Province. The Forum was hosted by Jiangsu Strategy and Development Research Center, Jiangsu Engineering Consulting Center, Jiangsu Energy Academy. The GIZ Jiangsu Project sponsored the forum. On the session of Clean and Low Carbon Energy […]

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Research Report on the Effect of Total Energy Consumption Control on Transformation and Upgrading and Related Measures

The Jiangsu Engineering Consulting Center has concluded a thematic study on the “Effect of Total Energy Consumption Control on Transformation and Upgrading and Related Measures”. Thus far, the consultant has worked out four reports which are currently only available in Chinese: “Effect of total energy consumption control on economic and social transformation and upgrading”; “Retrospective analysis and forecast of energy consumption in Jiangsu Province”; “Research on the primary task of Jiangsu Province in total energy consumption control”; “Research on the policy system of Jiangsu Province in total energy consumption control”. Furthermore, key measures for total energy consumption control, such as policy and economic requirements, have been introduced throughout the thematic study. According to the study speeding up the transformation of the economic development model has become the main task in the next ten years. In Chinese Only

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Bilateral Exchange between German Embassy and Jiangsu Department for Ecology and Environment

Aug 18, 2020
Online

Following the internal exchange between GIZ Jiangsu Project and the German Embassy beginning of August, GIZ Jiangsu Project arranged an official bilateral online meeting for representatives of the German Embassy with Jiangsu Department for Ecology and Environment (JDEE) on August 18, 2020. Firstly, Ms. Wang Hua, Division Chief of JDEE, discussed best practices in Jiangsu […]

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Experts Workshop on Feasibility of Low Carbon Development Network

Aug 7, 2020
Nanjing, Jiangsu

Together with Jiangsu Department for Ecology and (JDEE), GIZ Jiangsu Project held an Experts Workshop on Feasibility of Low Carbon Development Network on August 07, 2020. The workshop invited experts from various institutes, such as the Jiangsu Strategy and Development Research Center, the Engineering Consulting Center, the Jiangsu /Nanjing Energy Saving Service Center, the Karlsruher […]

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2019 Changzhou Smart Energy Internet Workshop

Nov 8, 2019Nov 8, 2019
Changzhou

On 8 November 2019, GIZ’s Supporting Jiangsu Low Carbon Development project, together with the Changzhou Municipal Development and Reform Commission and the State GRID Changzhou Power Supply Company, held a forum on the smart energy internet. The forum focused on topics of energy internet status and prospects from both a Chinese and German perspective, as […]

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