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China Green Manufacturing Industry

  • Type :Webinar
  • Date & Time (Beijing) :Jan 18, 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm, 2022
  • Date & Time (Brussels) :Jan 18, 9:30 am - 10:45 am, 2022
  • Venue :CBBC Office (Offline) + Zoom (Online)
  • Address :Room 1001, China Life Tower 16 Chaoyangmenwai Avenue Beijing. 北京市朝阳区朝外大街16号中国人寿大厦1001室

China became the world’s biggest manufacturing economy since 2010 when it surpassed the manufacturing output of the United States. Today, China is the only nation that meets all the industrial categories in the United Nation’s International Standard Industrial Classification for All Economic Activities (ISIC). Although its manufacturing industry generates great wealth, it also leads to substantial ecological and environmental problems with ever-expanding demand for energy and resources and increasing pollutant emissions. 
 
In China, resource and environmental constraints have become a major bottleneck restricting China’s economic and social development in the long term. Green manufacturing is seen as a modern manufacturing model that considers environmental impact and resource benefits. 
 
The main areas of green manufacturing in China include water and energy conservation, clean production, and the comprehensive utilisation of resources, working in tandem with three foci: the green transformation of traditional industries; the development of green industries such as energy and environment conservation, and new energy-efficient technologies; and the development of green manufacturing services. 
 
The webinar will share China’s main policies under targets of carbon peak and carbon neutrality, and discuss market opportunities towards European countries as well as share real case study to help European business to set strategies towards China market.
 
This event will be held both online and offline at CBBC office.
China became the world’s biggest manufacturing economy since 2010 when it surpassed the manufacturing output of the United States. Today, China is the only nation that meets all the industrial categories in the United Nation’s International Standard Industrial Classification for All Economic Activities (ISIC). Although its manufacturing industry generates great wealth, it also leads to substantial ecological and environmental problems with ever-expanding demand for energy and resources and increasing pollutant emissions. 
 
In China, resource and environmental constraints have become a major bottleneck restricting China’s economic and social development in the long term. Green manufacturing is seen as a modern manufacturing model that considers environmental impact and resource benefits. 
 
The main areas of green manufacturing in China include water and energy conservation, clean production, and the comprehensive utilisation of resources, working in tandem with three foci: the green transformation of traditional industries; the development of green industries such as energy and environment conservation, and new energy-efficient technologies; and the development of green manufacturing services. 
 
The webinar will share China’s main policies under targets of carbon peak and carbon neutrality, and discuss market opportunities towards European countries as well as share real case study to help European business to set strategies towards China market.
 
This event will be held both online and offline at CBBC office.

China became the world’s biggest manufacturing economy since 2010 when it surpassed the manufacturing output of the United States. Today, China is the only nation that meets all the industrial categories in the United Nation’s International Standard Industrial Classification for All Economic Activities (ISIC). Although its manufacturing industry generates great wealth, it also leads to substantial ecological and environmental problems with ever-expanding demand for energy and resources and increasing pollutant emissions. 

In China, resource and environmental constraints have become a major bottleneck restricting China’s economic and social development in the long term. Green manufacturing is seen as a modern manufacturing model that considers environmental impact and resource benefits. 

The main areas of green manufacturing in China include water and energy conservation, clean production, and the comprehensive utilisation of resources, working in tandem with three foci: the green transformation of traditional industries; the development of green industries such as energy and environment conservation, and new energy-efficient technologies; and the development of green manufacturing services. 

The webinar will share China’s main policies under targets of carbon peak and carbon neutrality, and discuss market opportunities towards European countries as well as share real case study to help European business to set strategies towards China market.

You can find the recorded webinar on YouTube here:

 

Agenda:

16:30 – 16:35 : Opening & welcome remarks 

- Alessio Petino, Knowledge Coordinator, EU SME Centre

16:35 – 17:15 : China's Main Policies and Market Opportunities in Low-Carbon Industries Under Targets of Carbon Peak and Carbon Neutrality

- YAO Lingling, Head of International Affairs, Green Partnership of Industrial Parks in China

17:15 – 17:30 : Modern Water's Growth Strategy and Experience in China

- Gen Xie, Sales Manager for North China, Modern Water 

17:30 –17:45 : Q&A

- Moderator: Mark Xu, Assistant Director, Advanced Manufacturing Transport Sector, CBBC

 

Speakers:

Ms. YAO Lingling, Head of International Affairs for Green Partnership of Industrial Parks in China

Ms. Yao once worked as senior program officer at All-China Environment Federation, and senior political and external affairs officer at Greenpeace East Asia. she has 8 years of experience in international exchanges and cooperation in areas of environmental justice, climate change, sustainable consumption and biodiversity conservation, etc. She is also experienced in partnership with multi-stakeholders including government, research institutes, private sectors, NGOs and social media, etc.

Gen XieModern Water Sales Manager for North China

Mr Xie has Master's degree in Environmental Engineering. Gen responsible for sales of Modern Water Monitoring Instrument Department in the north, and he has rich sales experience in direct sales and channel management in many industries.