The Ninth "Green Development and Low-Carbon Life" Nonprofit Exhibition Opened in Beijing
“The distances within the range of 7-8 kilometers are reached by walking. Usually, we rarely use paper towels and we always have handkerchiefs in our pockets...” Xie Zhenhua, Special Representative for Climate Change Affairs of China, at the 9th “Green Development and Low Carbon Life” Nonprofit Exhibition When it comes to the practice of green living, it is an expression.
On the 28th, the ninth "green development and low-carbon life" public welfare exhibition hosted by China News Service and "China News Weekly" was held in Beijing. It is reported that this year's public welfare exhibition takes the theme of “Green Move Future” as its theme.
"Green development has no way to go, every step counts. Low-carbon life is no small matter, we need to take every step in a down-to-earth manner." Vice President, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, China News Weekly, President of China News Weekly Chun Ping said that the future of mankind exists on a “green planet” where there is clear water and green shores and people live in harmony with nature. Such a green planet deserves our opening of a nine-year, 10-year or even decades-long expedition.
Xie Zhenhua, the special representative of China’s climate change affairs, pointed out that everyone is a protector, builder, and beneficiary of the ecological environment. No one is a bystander, an outsider, or a critic. No one can just say it or not.
Xie Zhenhua revealed the latest progress in low-carbon global development. He said that the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development jointly describe the global vision for achieving green and low-carbon development. Although the United States has announced its withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, the process of global climate governance has not been delayed, and the trend of global low-carbon development is unstoppable. In this process, China has become an important participant, contributor, and leader.
Chang Jiwen, deputy director of the Institute of Resources and Environmental Policy of the Development Research Center of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, stated that green and low-carbon development is ushering in the policy of the new era. Environmental protection agencies are responding to climate and environmental changes with the strictest system and strictest legal system. Now, China must work together to build a global ecological civilization in an international perspective so that the green and low-carbon goals can be adapted to the goals of economic and social development.
"China News Service and China News Weekly are like nine days. It is worthwhile to insist on holding green public welfare exhibitions," said Jia Feng, director of the Publicity and Education Center of the Ministry of Environmental Protection. These efforts have made the Chinese public's attention to environmental issues unprecedented. height.
At the opening ceremony, the "2018 low-carbon model" was formally announced. China National Petroleum Corporation, China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Volkswagen Group (China), Country Garden Group, Changan New Energy, and Gome Retail Holdings Co., Ltd. won this honor.
The "Green Development and Low-Carbon Life" public welfare exhibition also kicked off at Wangfujing Pedestrian Street in Beijing. The public welfare exhibitions are divided into six sections: “cooling down the earth”, “beautiful China”, “high-quality march”, “green line without obstacles,” “energy future style” and “adding color to life”.
At the scene of the reporter, the organizers carefully selected more than one hundred wonderful pictures to explain China's green and low-carbon development process. And through comics, the exhibition is more lively and interactive.
It is reported that the “Green Development and Low-Carbon Life” public welfare exhibition is an official series of activities for the “National Low Carbon Day”. The exhibition will attract millions of attention every year. In order to appeal to more people to participate in the green low-carbon campaign, the organizers have also increased the online exhibition format this year so that those who are not on the scene can also open the door to the “Green Planet”.