Economic Development and Environmental Sustainability
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Data:     Oct 18, 2013
Time: Oct. 18, 2013      Source: IEEPA   Introduction: Jon Li Secretary-General of IEEPA, the following is an excerpt from his meeting presentation. China's economic development, which is high-speed, extensive and epitaxial, has led to a series of economic and social problems, and poses a threat to steady growth o...
Data:     Apr 20, 2012
Time: Apr. 24, 2012      Source: IEEPA Jon Li, Secretary-General of IEEPA, was invited to attend Sino-Korea Forum on Economic Cooperation and Prospect in remembrance of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Sino-Korea diplomatic relation on April 17, 2012, in Seoul, South Korea, which was co-organized by the Ministr...
Data:     Aug 17, 2011
Time: Aug. 17, 2011      Source: IEEPA Introduction Climate change is one of the greatest challenges the global community faces today. Anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) are the main culprit behind climate change (IPCC, 2007). One way of mitigating GHG emissions is to reduce the combustion of fossil fuel...
Data:     Aug 15, 2011
Time: Aug. 15, 2011      Source: IEEPA THE IMPORTANCE OF ENERGY Energy is at the heart of most critical economic, environmental and developmental issues facing the world today. Clean, efficient, affordable and reliable energy services are indispensable for global prosperity. Developing countries in particular need to ex...
Data:     Jul 25, 2011
Time: 07/25/2011      Source: IEEPA Harmony and co-existence between human being and nature are core topic of global sustainable development. We are delighted to find out, from the comprehensive perspective of modern society, that human society has started to return towards ecology when choosing the development road, ec...
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