China: Organizations Nominated To Support The 2020 Campaign

As part of Climate Scorecard Report #17 we asked our Country Managers to provide a list of organizations in their countries that might help support our 2020 Campaign. Over the next several months we hope to explore whether the organizations listed below, and others, are interested in supporting the Campaign and implementing the recommendations provided by our Country Managers in Report #16.

China Youth Climate Action Network (CYCAN)

China Youth Climate Action Network (CYCAN) was founded in August 2007 by a group of youth who are interested in climate change and energy transformation. CYCAN is the first non-profit environmental organization in China that focuses on promoting youth’s action to climate change. It promotes youth’s understanding and participation in climate change through climate advocacy, local action, industry exploration and international exchange. CYCAN is influential as more than 500 universities in China have participated in the actions initiated by the organization. Its team consists of board of supervisors, secretariat and professional consultant committee, which allows CYCAN to carry out a wide range of climate action. 

Contact:  Beijing Secretary Office

Office Phone: 86-10-64610203

Email: cycanoffice@cycan.org.cn

Address: 18G, Ginza Mall Apartment Building B, 48 Dongzhimenwai Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China

Chinese Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAECS)

Focusing on the national sustainable development strategy, Chinese Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAECS) conducts innovative and fundamental major environmental protection scientific research. It is committed to providing strategic, forward-looking and overall scientific and technological support for national, economic, and social development and environmental decision-making. It consists of 5 research departments, 2 state key laboratories, and 8 ministerial laboratories, two of which focus on atmospheric environment and emission control.

With a number of research departments and laboratories, CRAECS has invented technological methods for emission reduction and clean production. 

Contact: www.craes.cn 

Address: No.8, Dayangfang, Beiyuan,Beijing 100012

E-mail: icc@craes.org.cn

China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection (CECEP)

China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection CECEP is a state-owned enterprise specializing in energy efficiency and environmental protection. Over the years, CECEP has established a business structure that primarily involves energy conservation, environmental protection, clean energy, and health. They also provide full industrial chain services and solutions related to energy and environment, including design consulting, engineering construction, technological R&D, equipment manufacturing as well as project investment, construction, operation and management. With a staff of nearly 50,000 employees and more than 500 subsidiaries, its business has expanded across China and beyond, radiating to 107 countries and regions around the world. 

Contact: http://www.gc.cecep.cn/

Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE)

The Ministry of Ecology and Environment initiates the formulation and implementation of national ecological and environmental policies and plans. One of its main mandates is to take a leading role in work related to climate change, such as initiating the formulation of key strategies as well as plans and policies tackling climate change and greenhouse gas emissions. Along with other governmental departments, MEE participates in international negotiations on climate change and carries out China’s role in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Upon its establishment, MME has implemented some key nationwide climate change policies. 

Contact: http://www.mee.gov.cn/hdjl/bzxxzs_1/

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