Clean Air Asia China Office, 亚洲清洁空气中心中国办公室
901A, Reignwood Building, No.8 YongAnDongLi Jianguomenwai Ave, Beijing 100022, P.R. China
Tel/Fax: +86 10 8528 8381
The Clean Air Asia Center established its China office in Beijing in 2004. China Association for NGO Cooperation (CANGO) hosts the China office since 2010.
Clean Air Asia China Office organizes China city workshops yearly, in partnership with the Ministry of Environmental Protection, P.R.China, to facilitate learning among cities and dialogue with national government. The Clean Air Asia China City Network has 13 members: Changsha, Chengdu, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Guiyang, Hangzhou, Harbin, Jinan, Lanzhou, Luoyang, Qingdao, Tianjin and Urumqi.
Fu Lu - Acting China Director
Wei Wan - Air Quality Specialist
Mingming Liu - Director Assistant
The China office implements projects under Clean Air Asia's programs as follows:
Air Quality and Climate Change
The Foundation of Clean Air Knowledge Management and Capacity Building System for Chinese Cities
Air Quality Management in South China and the Pearl River Delta
Blue Skies at Shanghai Expo 2010 and Beyond
Making Co-benefits Work for Chinese Cities
Yangtze River Delta Clean Air Forum
China City AQM Workshops
Co-benefits Training to Chinese NGOs
Air Quality Management Training Course held in Beijing
Clean Fuels and Vehicles
Coordination and Organization of the Eco-Driving Workshop in China
Most of the air quality and climate change projects cover fuels and vehicle emissions also.
Green Freight and Logistics
Development of China Green Freight Initiative - national program
World Bank Guangzhou Green Trucks Pilot Project
Guangdong GEF Green Freight Demonstration Project
Wuhan Low Carbon Freight and Logistics Project
Institutional and Policy Analysis of Green Freight in China
Besides, China Office regularly releases China Office E-Newsletters from 2005, provides latest news about air quality, energy, transport, and climate change in China and has been praised by hundreds of direct subscribers from government, academy, development agencies, NGOs and private sectors.
The China office is the secretariat of Clean Air Asia's Country Network in China which is part of the Clean Air Asia Partnership. Cities, national government agencies, academic institutions, nongovernment organizations, private sector companies, and development agencies can apply for free membership to the Clean Air Asia Partnership. The application form can be downloaded at http://cleanairinitiative.org/portal/members/partnership
The Clean Air Asia China Office partners include
ADB * AusAid * Cascade Sierra Solutions * CRAES * CANGO * Tsinghua University * ESMAP * Energy Foundation * Fu Tak Iam Foundation * Guangdong Provincial Transport Department * Guangzhou EPB * Guangzhou PMO-World Bank * Guangzhou Transport Committee * Heinrich Böll Stiftung * Hewlett Foundation * MEP PRC * MOT PRC * Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences * Shanghai EPB * Sida * US EPA * VECC-MEP * World Bank
For a list of China-based members of the Clean Air Asia Partnership, see China list
Clean Air Asia China in the Media
Jun 2012, China Daily, clearing the air on measuring pollution
June 2012, China Going Green: A Civil Society Review of 20 Years of Sustainable Development http://rio20china.org/en/?p=68
Oct 2010, China Environmental News, What is the challenge of improving Asian air quality?