China will become the largest environmental protec

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China will become the world's largest environmental protection industry country Sheng Fulai, a senior economic expert from the Department of technology, industry and economics of the United Nations Environment Programme, said on February 21 that a considerable number of the seven industries listed as the economic pillar of China in China's 12th Five Year Plan are environmental protection industries, which will make China the world's largest environmental protection industry country

these seven pillar industries are: new materials, new energy, new energy automobile industry, energy conservation and environmental protection, new generation information technology, biology, high-end equipment manufacturing industry

on the same day, UNEP also released a report entitled "towards a green economy: ways to achieve sustainable development and eradicate poverty"

one of the most important conclusions of the report is: compared with general investment, green investment has equal share in promoting GDP and employment growth in the short term; In the medium and long term, it is slightly better. If environmental and social effects are taken into account, the advantages are more obvious

azim Steiner, the Under Secretary General of the United Nations and the executive director of UNEP, who used a dust cover to cover the instrument when it was not applicable, said that the total experimental force (n): 588 (60kg), 980 (100kg), 1471 (150kg) was originally misplaced, which was the core of many problems facing the world at present. At present, the world uses 1% - 2% of the global GDP with high automation and convenient operation for various kinds of bad subsidies. These bad subsidies often continue the unsustainable use of resources, involving fossil fuels, agriculture (including pesticide subsidies), water resources and fishery resources

Steiner suggests reducing or eliminating global fossil fuel subsidies of more than $600 billion and reallocating bad subsidies of more than $20 billion that encourage people to participate in unsustainable fishing activities

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