15 October 2012 – The Low Carbon Leadership Network is an event series jointly organized by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and China Carbon Forum (CCF). The event series facilitates communication among leading experts and key stakeholders in the international climate change sector in China. 72 representatives of government, NGOs, business and media joined GIZ and CCF to […]
27 February-1 March 2013 – Emissions Trading Scheme is fairly a new concept in China and Guangdong is expected to be among the first provinces to launch such a program. The provincial government and industrial enterprises may face challenges at multiple fronts as they strive for a smooth and effective implementation of the pilot ETS. These challenges include baseline emissions; […]
27 November 2014 – The Sino-German Project “Capacity Building for the Establishment and Development of a Technical and Institutional Infrastructure for Achieving China’s 2020 Targets (GHG-Monitoring)” held its closing workshop “International and Local Best Practices in Monitoring and Reporting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions” on Thursday, November 27th, 2014 at Kempinski Hotel Beijing. This international workshop was organised by the Deutsche […]
04 September 2014 – GIZ, Shenzhen DRC and the Shenzhen Emission Exchange jointly organised an emissions trading training session to build capacity for the development and understanding of emissions trading amongst enterprises from the power and manufacturing sector in Shenzhen. With participation of renowned national and international experts the training has been well received by all participants and has made […]
14-15 August 2014 – In order to enhance the understanding of GHG monitoring and reporting in Jiangsu, GIZ cooperated with both Jiangsu DRC and Jiangsu Information Centre CQC, to co-host the another Jiangsu Training among the current Training of Trainer series, where the focus was on Chemical Enterprises. With a total of 52 participants, a mixture of chemical enterprises, consulting […]
22-24 July 2014 – Guangdong is currently the largest pilot in China, covering a total of 380 million tons of emissions whilst only including four sectors: power, cement, iron & steel and petrochemical. In the recent compliance period, 98.9% of included enterprises successfully complied according to schedule.