During the 14th five-year plan period, China has committed to lowering its carbon dioxide emissions per unit of gross domestic product, or carbon intensity, by at least 65 percent by 2030; and to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. China has also devoted itself to building a clean, low-carbon, safe, and efficient modern energy system, which is the overall requirement of this blueprint for the energy industry. Making the energy and the low-carbon transition will continue to work towards a "more advanced, more precise and complete" direction. Companies are suggested to keep pace with the national energy policies.
At our September Executive Breakfast Briefing, Ms. Min Yuan, Energy Transition Manager of World Resources Institute (WRI) will share China's energy transition strategy and progress, and the corporate renewable energy procurement policies and approaches. WRI is a global research organization that spans more than 50 countries. WRI works on seven urgent challenges: Cities, Climate, Energy, Food, Forests, the Ocean and Water and delivers on these challenges in part through our expertise in business, economics, finance, and governance.
AmCham China, Tianjin's monthly executive breakfast is a great opportunity to meet the members of the Executive Committee and become involved in the Tianjin professional community. Network and share information with your fellow members, while enjoying a delicious breakfast at a great price.
This event will be open to online participants to facilitate members outside Tianjin. The presentation will be delivered online through Microsoft Team and questions from onsite and online audiences will be answered. Meeting link will be sent to online RSVPs on September 22nd.