Digitalization has made its way into many aspects of people’s everyday life, significantly changing economic, societal, and cultural patterns. At the same time, the commitment to carbon neutrality, biodiversity protection, and sustainability requires reimagining the well-established governance models, business practices, and lifestyles. This is especially true for China, as the country acts as a role model for emerging economies that strive to innovate and grow sustainably.
The German Environment Agency (UBA), the Sino-German Environmetal Partnership project, and the World Economic Forum (WEF) have conducted this scoping study within the research framework of the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED).
The original report can be downloaded at CCICED website: P020220617505710391021.pdf (cciced.net)