One of China’s most read sources of news, Xinhua News, has recently favourably reported the growth of the blue aspect of green awareness in the coutry. However, limited mention of water recycling and used water treatment might hint to opportunities of international cooperations.
Chinaenvironment.com recently reported that the citizenship of Wenzhou (Zhejiang province) is to benefit from the establishment of Asia’s biggest, integrated, fully enclosed and semi-submersible used water treatment system. The announcement was made by provincial officials in a meeting concerning the construction of water-related infrastructure on the 21st of November.
According North Star, a major Chinese online information platform in the green-tech business, the Bureau of Development and Reform of the South-China city Yangjiang is to greenlight 4 wind farm projects on account of the positive results yielded from official risk evaluation reports.
China is starting to build its largest offshore wind-power facility in the latest move in an accelerating shift in Asia away from solar to wind and other renewable energy sources.
China’s energy giant has partnered with a leading engine producer to jointly develop hydrogen trucks.
Norwegian King Harald V and Queen Sonja paid a state visit to China from Oct 11 to 20 at the invitation of President Xi Jinping. It was the King and Queen’s first visit to China since China and Norway normalized their diplomatic ties in April last year. It is also their fourth visit to the […]
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