It's good to be green

November 2011
China Economic Review (13506390);Nov2011 Supplement, p4
Trade Publication
The author discusses the achievement of China of a being a leader in renewable energy and its commitment to address greenhouse gas emissions. The author mentions the booming production of renewable energy and urban growth which is a factor of economic development. The author notes the 12th Five- Year plan of the government that includes low-carbon targets and requires state-owned enterprises to submit sustainability reports.


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