June 2016 offered a unique opportunity for policy dialogue between EU and China, when the Development Research Centre of the Ministry of Water Resources hosted 11 EU and Chinese experts in a Strategic Knowledge Exchange on the future Chinese Groundwater Policy, Legislation and Standards in preparation by the Ministry of Water Resources.
China released its third national action plan to curb pollution, this time targeting soil deterioration. The Soil 10 Action Plan is expected to be available in English mid-June.
As a pilot event for a strategic co-operation between the China Europe Water Platform and the Chinese Water Enterprises Confederation, a joint business event will be held in Qingdao in the end of June, back to back with the Qingdao International Conference on Desalination and Water Reuse. The event offers a range of presentations providing insight of state of the art technologies, opportunities for relation building and an exclusive access to the decision makers of the Qingdao West Coast New Area.
The Ministry of Water Resources, People’s Republic of China has issued its 2015 report. It is now available for download.
With the "Business" Page, a new element has been added to the CEWP website. Here, information can be found about the Chinese Water Tech Market; suggestions for support facilities for companies considering to establish or expand at the Chinese market; description of key organisatiosn established to improve the framework conditions for European companies.
Horizon 2020 is fully open to international participation in all fields and areas. Chinese researchers, enterprises, research institutions and universities will be able to team up with their European partners to participate in projects under Horizon 2020.
Workshop on water and air in Beijing on March 14th-15th, 2016. The focus of the Water Workshop is wastewater and groundwater.
The project “Policies, Innovation and Networks for enhancing Opportunities for China-Europe water cooperation’, acronym PIANO, has published its first newsletter.
The PIANO Project is mapping the European and Chinese technological water innovations. Make sure your technology is included in the list.
The Chinese State Council announced an action plan on April 16 that includes a list of measures to tackle water pollution, with the aim of improving the quality of the water environment around the country by 2030.
The CEWP Work Programme 2015-2017 and presentations from the meeting now available.
If you are interested in developing a cooperation project with China, finding funding is an important part of the tasks you have to develop. Here you can find a number of interesting links and information that may be relevant for having success to develop your project idea.
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