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Green Transition and Sustainable Social Governance

In accordance with the overall research plan, a Special Policy Study (SPS) on Green Transition and Sustainable Social Governance was launched under the Task Force in 2018–2019.  The SPS primarily discussed the mechanisms for green consumption (lifestyle) to promote a green transition and made a quantitative analysis of the status and trends of consumption and its impacts on resources and the environment in China. It then reviewed green consumption (lifestyle) policies and practice in China, summarized the international experience of green consumption (lifestyle), and put forward strategic recommendations on promoting green consumption (lifestyle) in China.

Taking into account the opinions and requirements presented by Mr. Han Wenxiu and the results of the SPS’s 2019 research, the SPS initiated a second phase in 2020 to explore three directions. The first is to combine the formation of green production and consumption patterns with the promotion of high-quality development. The second step will further refine and concretize the outputs from the first phase, convert them into feasible measures, and expand the research scope to cover green production, with the aim to support the research and development of China’s 14th FYP. The third step is to continue to make good use of the CCICED platform and draw sufficient reference from best practices of developed countries.

Task Force: Innovation, Sustainable Production and Consumption Topic: Planning for Sustainable Development, Conservation and Environmental Protection, Urbanization, Industrialization and Transportation Year: 2020 Phase: Phase VI (2017-2021) Active

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