EcoPartnerships cover a wide range of most pressing energy and environmental issues. Focus areas of current and previous EcoPartnerships include clean energy and efficiency, emissions and climate change, and environment and wildlife. Currently, there are 26 EcoPartnerships that involve more than 10 provinces and municipals in China and 15 states in the US. Take a look at active and graduated EcoPartnerships from both a map view and a table view.
The U.S. – China EcoPartnerships program offers subnational organizations from each country a unique opportunity to pair-up and demonstrate breakthrough clean energy, climate change, and environmental solutions.
The 2016 application period is now open. For more information visit the Apply page, and be sure to submit your application by March 20.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Shandong Academy of Science Help Shape Shandong’s 13th Five Year Plan Energy Policy
University of Kentucky/Jiangsu Wisdom EcoPartnership Hosts the Second International Forum for Comprehensive Treatment Technology of Air and Water Pollution in Nanjing
Purdue University Hosts Conference on Critical Zone Science, Sustainability, and Services in a Changing World
New York Institute of Technology Hosts Innovation & Technology: Solutions to the Global Water Crisis on February 1, 2016 in New York City