Introducing the Sino-german Urbanisation Partnership's Keystone Paper: Energierechtliche Rahmensbedingungen: Auf Europäischer, Bundes- und Stadtebene und deren Auswirkungen auf die Stadtentwicklung.
The Econet’s Green Building Monitor Special vividly describes how green buildings can effectively alleviate the ngeative implication of rapid urbanisation occurring in China, and simeontaesously meet the increasing demands for higher quality and improving living conditions by China’s growing middle class. China hosts the world’s largest green building market which unleashes immense potential for green and sustainable urbanisation.
Introducing the Sino-german Urbanisation Partnership's Keystone Paper: Plus Energy Buildings and Districts
Introducing the Sino-German Urbanisation Partnership's Keystone Paper: Energy Efficient Buildings and Districts
The “econet monitor” Green Building Special is an annual publication highlighting the newest developments and trends in green building in China. SGUP, in collaboration with Beijing Uni-Construction Company, has made a strong contribution to plus energy building for advancing sustainable urban development.
Jiangsu Province has clearly set out energy-saving and GHG reduction targets for the 12th Five Year Plan (FYP) period, to be achieved by 2020. This report by the Sino-German Cooperation Programme on Jiangsu Low Carbon Development proposes an innovative accounting system for building energy consumption and carbon emissions, to support evaluation of Jiangsu’s progress towards the 12th FYP.