Topic: Sino sustainability report: the reinvention of global solutions
China is a rising leader in a rapidly changing world. As China’s interaction with the international community, in general, continues to develop, the two must redefine the approaches to the world’s long-term sustainability challenges. Sino-Sustainability: Reimagining Global Solutions will explore how China’s experiences could affect the rest of the world by examining China’s approaches to meet demand, allocate resources and pursue longevity.
Subthemes: by addressing the broader issue of sustainability in a Chinese and global context, the symposium is organized into three sub-themes, which bring together intersectional perspectives through the dimensions of politics, society, the environment, the economy and the economy. technology.
Satisfy the demand
As the world population continues to grow, the world faces a myriad of challenges to meet the demands of society and at the same time maintain the international goals of sustainable development. On the first day of the symposium, delegates will discuss how China can help meet the demands of an increasingly prosperous but unequal global society.
To escape the trap of middle income, China is reviewing how it allocates resources between traditional and emerging sectors, both at home and abroad. The second day of the symposium will explore the structural transformations of China and its implications for the rest of the world.
As an emerging world leader, China offers unique solutions for long-term sustainability challenges at the national and international levels. On the last day of the symposium, delegates will consider the long-term importance of China’s growth and imagine the future relationship between China and the world.