China's Ministry of Ecology and Environment, the National Development and Reform Commission and other five ministries recently published an implementation program for the purpose of reducing pollution and carbon emissions.
Huawei has integrated green requirements into its procurement quality priority strategy and the entire procurement business process.
Chinese tech and e-commerce giant JD.com announced on Wednesday that its "Asia No.1" logistics park in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, became the first carbon-neutral intelligent industrial park in the domestic logistics industry.
Enesource, a Chinese provider of carbon emissions management services, announced on Wednesday that it has raised 50 million yuan ($7.9 million) in a B round of financing.
Chinese beverage brand Genki Forest announced on February 25 that its sixth self-built factory will be established in Taicang, Jiangsu Province, covering an area of 120 mu (19.8 acres).
Tencent announced on Thursday that it will start a "Net Zero Action," promising to achieve comprehensive carbon neutrality in its own operations and supply chains no later than 2030.
The Hong Kong and China Gas Group (Towngas) and IDG Capital jointly announced the establishment of a zero-carbon technology investment fund on Monday, with a total scale of 10 billion yuan ($1.6 billion).
On Monday, the Alibaba DAMO Academy announced the latest development of a multi-modal large model M6, whose parameters have jumped from 1 trillion to 10 trillion.
The arrival of what is likely to be a very harsh winter has placed ensuring energy supply high on Chinese officials’ agenda, prompting the government to take a series of measures to ease the worst power crisis it has faced in a decade.
Ant Forest, a green and low-carbon afforestation program launched by China's top e-payment app Alipay in 2016, has become popular all over the country.
MIIT said on Wednesday that it plans to coordinate the research institutions involved in the issue to formulate a standard of sodium-ion batteries and will support them in their formulations and approvals.
Baidu on Tuesday officially unveiled six methods to accomplish its carbon neutrality target at the operational level by 2030.
China’s automotive industry is aiming to double down on efforts to peak carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2028 and achieve near-zero carbon emissions by 2050, a full decade before the country’s 2060 carbon neutrality goal.