A Malaysian entrepreneur leads with concrete action.
Infrastructure Development in Asia Must Be Sustainable .
The 2017 China Poverty Reduction International Forum was held yesterday (May 26) in Beijing. This event has attracted more than 100 participants from 7 countries, including officials, experts as well as representatives from international organizations, academia, business and NGOs.
Bamboo and rattan could be key tools to help realize – and ‘green’ – China’s ‘Belt and Road’ policy. This was the theme of a topical event held in Beijing alongside the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation
As the Paris Agreement takes effect in the Philippines, the country’s Ambassador to Beijing welcomes the proposal to have bamboo and rattan as climate-smart tool for development.
Guizhou province, which is home to more impoverished residents than any other province, is stepping up efforts to lift more people out of poverty, while ensuring no damage is done to the local environment.