China's 1st int'l co-op platform for low-carbon economy launched in Tianjin

13:33, March 25, 2010      

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China's first international cooperation platform for boosting low-carbon economy has been established at Tianjin Economic Development Area (TEDA) in the northern China's industrial hub.

Named TEDA Eco Center, the newly established has recruited 18 senior advisors and partners, including China office of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the Japan Research Institute, Limited.

An industrial symbiosis project aided by the European Union has been launched with the help from TEDA Eco Center.

The four-year project, with a cost of 1.85 million euros, aims to achieve recycling of resources, energy efficiency and emissions reduction through share of raw materials, energy, logistics and human resources among different enterprises.

Source: Xinhua
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