China's cities and climate change
ThinkChina.dk, the Centre for Cultural Studies in Sustainability, and the Fudan European China Centre are pleased to invite you to the workshop China’s cities and climate change.
The workshop explores sustainable city development in China, presenting three cases from Hangzhou and Shanghai that relate to China’s attempted transition towards a low-carbon society. Giving the three presentations are:
Jørgen Delman, Professor of China Studies, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen & Co-coordinator, ThinkChina.dk
Yuan Ren, PhD, Professor of Demography and Urban Studies, School of Social Development and Public Policy (SSDPP), Deputy Director of Institute of Population Research (IPR), Fudan University, Shanghai
Nikolaj Vendelbo Blichfeldt, PhD Fellow, China Studies, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen
The presentations will be followed by a plenary discussion.
Time: Monday, June 17, 09:15-11:00
Place: Udvalgsværelse 3, Nørregade 10, University of Copenhagen
Based at the University of Copenhagen, ThinkChina.dk brings together and cooperates with a broad range of public and private stakeholders that share a strategic interest in China. With Denmark’s future in mind, ThinkChina.dk looks at China and our relations with Chinese partners and asks: How can Denmark benefit from China’s continued development and increasing global influence?