Tag Archives: China’s sustainability

Peggy Liu interviewed on China’s Sustainability Landscape

Peggy Liu was interviewed by CCTV America on China’s sustainability landscape. Topics discussed include U.S. and China common interests in renewable energy, carbon reduction and sustainable eating for a better planet. Watch the video here… Peggy Liu Peggy Liu, Chairperson of JUCCCE, is internationally recognized for her expertise on China’s sustainability landscape and for fostering […]

Peggy Liu: China is a Model for Going Green

Peggy Liu, China’s green pioneer, thinks that China is a model for going green and she explains why in her recent article: On June 1, 2008, China banned free plastic bags in grocery stores across the country. The policy has led to at least 67 billion fewer bags in its first five years. In traveling […]

Peggy Liu: Is the “China Dream” Sustainable?

Today China has over 300 million middle class consumers – but that number is expected to grow to more than 800 million by 2025. These changes will put unprecedented pressure on our Earth’s limited natural resources. In the thought-provoking presentation below for the Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota, Peggy Liu explores efforts she’s […]

“China Dream” Presentation by Peggy Liu @University of Minnesota

Today China has over 300 million middle class consumers – but that number is expected to grow to more than 800 million by 2025. These changes will put unprecedented pressure on our Earth’s limited natural resources. In the thought-provoking presentation below for the Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota, Peggy Liu explores efforts she’s […]