With the theme of “vigorously promoting the construction of ecological civilization”, Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) is soliciting policy advises and suggestions from overseas experts and specialists, in areas regarding environment protection and conservation. Major topics include optimization of land-use pattern, accelerating transformation of economic development pathway and strengthening legal institution etc.
- Optimize the pattern of land and space development
- Enhance protection of natural ecosystems and the environment
- Accelerate transformation of the economic development pathway so as to balance economic growth and environment protection
- Save and intensify the use of resources; promote the use of resources by a fundamental change
- Strengthen the legal institution for ecological civilization construction
The International Fund for China's Environment (IFCE) is acting as an intermediary for the CPPCC. Please send your advice/suggestions to Ms. Yao Chong by Apr 30. More details
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