Sustainable Growth Model

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

Economic development comprises much more then increases in real GDP per capita. A socially and ecologically sustainable and gender-friendly development regime needs to be based on socially just, resilient and green-dynamic growth. Such a qualitative growth model will allow high productivity increases, structural changes in the direction of ecologically-oriented production and consumption, a relatively equal income distribution and participation of everyone in the welfare gains of the society. It also requires a strong and functioning state which provides sufficient public goods, can guarantee a relatively equal income distribution, cares for gender equality and supports economic development in many ways. In this sense, FES China engages at several levels with its Chinese counterparts in order to support China’s efforts in re-balancing and upgrading the economy.

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Second SASS-FES Forum on Green Development

Workshop on building a low-carbon city organised by the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and FES Shanghai

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Study trip on ecological and innovative industrial and energy policies in Germany

Delegation of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences visits experts and policy makers in Berlin and Hamburg

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First SASS-FES Forum on Green Development

Workshop on the resilient city and water organised by the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and FES Shanghai

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International Workshop on Green Transition

Chinese and international experts discuss the way forward for green transition of emerging and industrialized economies

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4th Sino-German Sustainability Dialogue

German politicians, academics and business representatives discuss and explore innovation and green growth with Chinese counterparts in Beijing, Baotou, Shanghai and Taicang.

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