Established in 1992, the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED) is a high-level not-for-profit advisory body to the Government of China. Along with China’s rapid social and economic progress, CCICED has witnessed and taken part in the country’s historic shift in development philosophy and model. It opens a door to advanced international experience on sustainable development and connects China and the international community on environment and development. CCICED also provides a valuable platform of exchange, enabling the international community to understand China and support the country’s engagement with the world.
Since 2002, the International and Chinese Chief Advisors have produced an Issues Paper each year for the use of CCICED Members, high-level policymakers and others during the Annual General Meeting where research findings and recommendations are discussed.
Titled “Stability, Resilience and Green Transformation,” this is the 21st Issues Paper published by the CCICED. In times of global turbulence, the Paper provides thoughts on balancing long-term green, low-carbon, and high-quality development vis-a-vis short-term stability and security objectives. The preparation of the Paper is led by CCICED Chief Advisors, Mr. Scott Vaughan and Mr. Liu Shijin, with contributions from International Chief Advisor Support Group and the Chinese Support Team.Document Type: Issues Papers Year: 2022 Phase: Phase VI (2017-2022)
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