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 36 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.
Jiangsu China-U.S. Environmental Monitoring Co. Ltd. Held Acceptance Meeting for the Monitoring and Early Warning System in Dafeng Chemical Industrial Park
Tongji University and Stony Brook University Cohost the Sino-U.S. Energy and Environment Forum: Monetizing Fugitive Gases through Harvesting and Utilization from December 3-5th, 2017 in Changsha, China
The General Electric Company (GE) and Harbin Electric Corporation Will Establish a Joint Venture and a 9HA Gas Turbine Demonstration in Tianjin, China
Qinghai Province and the State of Utah signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to Deepen and Expand Cooperation Begun in 2011