Living a 'low-carbon lifestyle' on campus

08:54, December 16, 2009      

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Students from six universities, including Hefei University of Technology and Anhui University, perform during their "Reduce Carbon for Copenhagen" event on December 5 at Hefei Xinghua Park, Anhui Province. The event is aimed at raising environmental awareness among local citizens while welcoming the Copenhagen Climate Conference. Photo: CFP

With the UN Climate Change Conference still underway in Copenhagen, university students in China are supporting the summit's mission from home by holding environmental protection rallies and campus energy conservation programs on campuses.

Through events such as the "Reduce Carbon for Copenhagen" held in Hefei, Anhui Province, university students are letting the world know that China's upcoming generation are on the forefront of change.

In fact, many college student organizations in China have been fully aware of the importance of keeping a low carbon living and making great effort to promote this lifestyle for years. The difference is, the world is finally listening.
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