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The 7th China Green Building Conference

2011-03-23 07:52:10 GMT2011-03-23 15:52:10(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

The Seventh International Conference on Green and Energy-Efficient Building & New Technologies and Products Expo

Date: March 28th- 30th

Venue: Beijing International Convention Center (BICC)

The International Conference on Green and Energy-efficient Building & New Technologies and Products Expo has been successfully held six sessions from 2005 to 2010,with greater importance that domestic and foreign governments attached to green buildings and climate change.

At the Conference 2006, Mr. Zeng Peiyan, then Vice Premier of State Council and HRH Prince Andrew Albert Christian Edward of UK delivered keynote speeches. Ministers and officials from around 20 countries joined in the Conference. More than 2000 participants attended the event annually, including more than 100 Chinese mayors, government representatives, green building council representatives, experts, manufacturers, operators and real estate agents from UK, USA, France, India, Singapore, Canada, Germany, Sweden, Australia, Estonia and Poland, etc.

Conference Theme:

Reduce Carbon, Increase Quality - Green Buildings Improve City Life

Organizer

Chinese Society for Urban Studies

Chinese Society for Building Energy Efficiency

China Green Building Council

Supporters

Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, P. R. China

Ministry of Science and Technology, P. R. China

National Development and Reform Commission, P. R. China

Ministry of Finance, P. R. China

Ministry of Environmental Protection, P.R. China

Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, P. R. China

Global Environment Facility

Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry, European Commission

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