Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The 4th World Economic and Environmental Conference in Qingdao, China

The 4th World Economic and Environmental Conference, sponsored by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and International Energy Conservation Environmental Protection Association (IEEPA), co-organized by the People's Government of Shandong Province, IPA-APEX Beijing International Environmental Technology Co. Ltd and the People's Government of Qingdao Municipality, will be held in Qingdao, China in June 2011.

This conference, expects over 1,000 attendees and representatives of various countries, along with 20 delegations led by mayors from China and which will offer a valuable platform to display development and construction in urban energy conservation, environmental protection, new and renewable energy industries, green building, new energy auto and water resource fields, and an opportunity to cooperate with enterprises at home and abroad.

This conference, entitled Low Carbon Mission in Economic Transition and Development incorporates 10 hot spots, 10 topics and 10 meetings, with a focus on topics such as Low Carbon Development and Economic Mode, Industry Transition and Market Cultivation. Additionally it will focus on hot issues like Chinese low carbon development mode and opportunities, enterprise market and future, ecological city construction, regional economy and green industry, solid waste disposal, green building, property and sustainable green finance system, carbon market, energy conservation environmental protection industry, new and renewable energy, water resources and water treatment, green traffic, new-energy auto industry and carry out in-depth analysis and interactive communication and dialogue with a view to sharing advices and opinions of heads of countries or governments, economists, specialists and business leaders.

For more information: The 4th World Economic and Environmental Conference

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