Publication: Sustainable Growth Model

Achieving a Socially Equitable Energy Transition in China

In China, efforts towards an energy transition are increasingly ambitious. But although these policies have ushered in rapid gains in renewable energy, China continues to rely in large part on coal, mainly because of its steadily rising energy consumption which suggests a challenging path for a true clean energy transition. This study on China's energy transition provides a starting point for further analysis. Read more

Event: Society and Politics

200th Marx Anniversary in Trier

On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of the German philosopher, a delegation of the Chinese Association for International Understanding (CAFIU) attended the activities in Trier.

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Event: Sustainable Growth Model

5th Sino-German Sustainability Dialogue

Representatives of the Social Democratic Party of Germany visit Beijing and Tianjin to discuss China’s 40 years of reform and opening as well as sustainable development of mobility and transport.

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Event: Regional and International Affairs

Regional Workshop on the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road

China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has given rise to both hopes and concerns among its stakeholders along the route. While it offers economic opportunities and greater connectivity, it is also being accompanied by increasing security concerns.

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Event: Society and Politics

Prof. Dr. Rosa: Social Acceleration in Germany and China

In a jointly organized lecture series by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Shanghai and Tongji University, Professor Rosa introduced his theory and exchanged his views on the challenges of an increasingly accelerating society. The lecturers and discussions examined the effects of acceleration on the individual, the economy and city planning.

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Event: Society and Politics

Big Data in China and Germany - A challenge for Governance and Society

A Chinese-German symposium about the field of tensions between economic innovation and personal rights in the era of big data, jointly organized by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Shanghai Representative Office (FES) and the Shanghai Institute of Administrative Law.

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Society and Politics

Supporting rule of law and participatory governance.

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Sustainable Growth Model - Sepavo - - Hong Kong Park Photo


Sustainable Growth Model

Shifting towards socially-just, green-dynamic and resilient growth.

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Social Justice and Trade Unions

Promoting social justice and strengthening trade unions.

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Regional and International Affairs

Deepening common understanding on foreign and security policy between China and Germany.

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