Tag Archives: Going green

Peggy Liu: If You Want to Change the World, Partner with China

Peggy Liu wrote a guest blog post on Harvard Business Review Blog Network on China’s city innovations and the partnership opportunities for the Western NGOs, governments, and businesses that wish to change the world… China has packed the equivalent of 200 years of industrialization in America into just two decades. A population of two million […]

Peggy Liu: China on Going Green

Peggy Liu talks about China’s “Going Green” journey at the 2013 SLOW LIFE Symposium, in Soneva Kiri, Thailand. Peggy Liu Peggy Liu, Chairperson of JUCCCE, is internationally recognized for her expertise on China’s sustainability landscape and for fostering international collaboration with China. JUCCCE is a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the greening of China, because […]

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 […]