Videos about green, China

Hong Kong`s 香港 green islands – documentary

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This is ShenZhen city 深圳 !

A beautiful, green city in GuangDong province, close to GuangZhou and Hong Kong.

A 15 minute drive around ShenZhen with dash-cam

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A timelapse film of ShenZhen, GuangZhou and Hong Kong

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Solar Valley in DeZhou, ShanDong province

An area for showcasing environmentally friendly green living.

With a special focus on solar energy.

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The Olympic Green Village in BeiJing 北京

Main site of the BeiJing 2008 Olympics.

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Green technology and China’s unprecedented urbanisation

Documentary by GizMag that looks at the SAIC auto company and its role at the Shanghai Expo.

In addition, the film also looks at China's remarkable rise as a manufacturing and technical powerhouse, with its eye firmly on the future.

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This 20 minute film is highly recommended.


The International Green Expo 2010, QingDao

The international expo focused on green technologies will be held in QingDao, ShanDong province July 3rd to July 5th.

The biennial green tech expo has been held in China since 2004. This year the expo will focus on technologies conducive to the development of pollution-free buses, organic food, low-radiation electronic products, and environment-friendly building materials.

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China takes the lead in clean energy

China overtook the US during 2009 to become the leading investor in renewable energy technologies, according to a new analysis.

Researchers with the Pew Charitable Trusts calculate that China invested $34.6bn (£23.2bn) in clean energy over the year, almost double the US figure.

China's target of having 30GW of installed renewable capacity in place by 2020 will soon be exceeded through wind alone, and new targets are in the process of being set.

[China is now the world's leading manufacturer of solar cells and wind turbines.]


World forest loss slows as China plants trees on a grand scale

The world's net rate of forest loss has slowed markedly in the last decade, with less logging in the Amazon and China planting trees on a grand scale.

According to Jia Zhibang, director of the State Forestry Administration, 47.11 billion trees have been planted across the country, the cumulate reserve area of man-made forests has topped 53 million hectares, the forest coverage rate has soared from 12 percent in the early 1980s to 18.21 percent today [with a target of 25% for 2020], and great progress has been made in the protection of wildlife and wetlands, as well as in the control of desertification.


A look at one Chinese electric car maker (BYD)

From cellphone battery maker to potential car giant in just 15 years, the story of BYD makes interesting reading.


China now largest manufacturer of wind turbines and solar panels

China vaulted past competitors in Denmark, Germany, Spain, and the United States last year to become the world’s largest maker of wind turbines, and is poised to expand even further this year.

China has also leapfrogged the West in the last two years to emerge as the world’s largest manufacturer of solar panels. And the country is pushing equally hard to build nuclear reactors and the most efficient types of coal power plants.


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