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The 5th “Low-carbon Development•Green Lifestyle” Public-Interest Exhibition Unveils in the Wangfujing Walking Street

  On June 26, co-sponsored by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP), the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, the State Council Information Office (SCIO), China News Service, and China Newsweek, the 5th “Low-carbon Development•Green Lifestyle” public-interest exhibition unveiled in the Wangfujing walking street. Deputy Secretary General of NDRC Fan Hengshan, Chairman of Board of Supervisors of Major State-owned Enterprises Ji Xiaonan, Director of National Climate Change Expert Committee and academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering Du Xiangwan, Counselor of the State Council and director-general of China Renewable Energy Society Shi Dinghuan, Chief Editor of China News Service Zhang Xinxin, Deputy Director of the Department of Education and Communications of MEP Liu Youbin, Deputy Director of Bureau One of SCIO Hu Kaihong, and producer of China Newsweek Zhu Defu participated the activity.
 

  The “Low-carbon Development•Green Lifestyle” public-interest exhibition has been held for consecutive five years. This year, the exhibition particularly set up an interaction zone of low-carbon innovation, delivering low-carbon concept and innovation through “pictures and experience”. In the zone showing the life of penguin in the Antarctica, participants could get to know penguin habitat and the impact of climate change on the South Pole. Besides, they could also print off photos powered by riding a bicycle and experience China’s entrance into an era of natural gas. The activity will last till July 9.