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Green Innovation

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Green innovation and green technologies are necessary to achieve sustainable development along the sustainable development goals that include both economic and green development. Green innovation might include innovation in energy (such as solar energy, wind energy), green transport (such as electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles) and green financing instruments.

On September 21, 2020, the aerospace giant Airbus announced concept designs for “ZEROe”, a zero-emission, hydrogen-powered airplane that would enter service by 2035. While it might be difficult to imagine traveling on a hydrogen-powered plane, hydrogen as a fuel is not new: liquid hydrogen has served as a rocket propellant…

The year 2020 has proven to be more turbulent than anyone could have expected, and it is only June. While in February we asked if 2020 would be the year of China’s global green leadership, hoping that the Covid-19 virus outbreak would be short-lived, by March we already we had to incorporate broader-than-expected fallout…

This article was originally posted on the website of the top business school IMD and on Caixin News. The Chinese New Year is off to an inauspicious start. The spread of the coronavirus has paralyzed large parts of the country and caused chaos on one of the most important dates…

On May 20, 2019, the Ministry of Transport and 12 other ministries jointly issued the Green Travel Action Plan (2019-2022), which will further promote the large-scale application of green vehicles and accelerate the construction of charging infrastructure. China will also continue to improve public transportation facilities, connectivity and information systems…

This is an extended version of the China Daily’s article from April 26. In 2017, the Chinese Ministry of Environment together with 4 other ministries released the “Guidance on Promoting Green Belt and Road”. Realizing this ambition requires green finance – the full range of financial services that support the…