Workshop explores low-carbon, eco cities in East Asia

Mirror Fung

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Scholars from Korea, Japan and mainland China explored how East Asian cities are pursuing sustainable development and responding to climate change at a two-day workshop held at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) on 7–8 June.
Research on the driving factors behind the development of low-carbon and eco cities, with perspectives from urban studies, sociology, political science, public policy and regional studies, was discussed at the event.
The organiser was CityU’s Governance in Asia Research Centre and the event was titled “Low Carbon and Eco-cities in East Asia”.



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