Climate change, energy transition and sustainable growth are long-standing global challenges. Today they are made even more crucial by the Covid-induced crisis which is urging to find the right balance between the much-needed global recovery and environmental targets. What are the key ingredients of a truly sustainable recovery? How to make this recovery even more consistent with the Paris Agreement objectives? What contribution can be expected from key countries? And what to expect from multilateral efforts and in particular from the Italian G20 in 2021?
Themed as "Sustainable Recovery for a Green Future," the event was organized by the Institute for International Political Studies -- Italy's national coordinator of the Think20, the G20 body bringing together major think tanks -- and the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China. A panel of experts addressed climate change, energy transition and sustainable growth.
ISPI, the T20 National Coordinator and Chair, and the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY) are co-promoting the T20 Associated-event “Sustainable Recovery for a Green Future”, in cooperation with CSIS, Ecologic Institute, ERIA, KIEP, OECD and SIIS. This Public Event is preceded by a closed-door Workshop by invitation only (see the programme), intended as an occasion to broaden participation in the Task Force (TF) “Climate Change, Sustainable Energy and Environment”.
In 2001, China joined the WTO. In the same year, Boao Forum for Asia was also founded. The past 20 years have seen China's miraculous economic growth. What's China's secrets to keep its economy booming, even with the epidemic hit? John Ross, a senior fellow at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China shares his views with CGTN.
Recently, Sina Finance released the 2020 annual list for financial headlines. Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY) was awarded "Think Tank of the Year".
Three years ago, under the influence of the "Shenzhen model", Pakistan had proposed the establishment of 10 special economic zones throughout the country. Recently, on the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, China had demonstrated to the world the power of special economic zones. Now, how are Pakistan's SEZs doing?