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The development of the Dongtan eco-city provides an exciting opportunity for UK and Chinese researchers

The development of Dongtan provides an exciting opportunity for UK and Chinese researchers to collaborate on the research challenges arising from the construction of a sustainable city. These networks have allowed UK and Chinese researchers to undertake visits and hold workshops to discuss research challenges, to develop collaborations and to generate research proposals to be submitted to appropriate funding bodies. In addition to facilitating the initiation of the activity, Arup and other partners have contributed project information, technical expertise and administrative support to the networks. The networks have involved academic, industrial and government collaborators, and have undertaken a wide range of co-ordinated dissemination activities, including conferences, public participation and virtual networking.

City History and Multi-scale Spatial Master Planning

Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University College London
For more information please view the CHaMSPaM flyer (english/chinese)

CESD Centre for Eco-economy and Sustainable Development

CESD is a NGO Organisation and is part of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS).  SASS conducts theoretical research and applied studies in the humanities and social sciences, with a special focus on important issues arising from the current social and economic transformation and the country’s continual reform and development.

Research activities include:  Policy for Energy-saving and Climate Change, Policy for Alternative Energy, Policy for Promoting Distributed CPH, Recycling Economy, Sustainable Consumption, Policy for Environmental Protection

For more information please contact: Ms Deping Wang deping@sass.org.cn

Network China-UK Building and Urban Sustainability

This EPSRC-funded, 2-year (May 2007- April 2009) Network Project, abbreviated to nCUBUS, involved 8 Chinese and 10 UK institutions studying sustainable design in China and the UK. This project was based at the Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies, University of Cambridge.

For more information please contact: Ms Pingping Dou pd293@cam.ac.uk

The Chinese Academy of Science and Technology Management. Tongji University, Shanghai

The Chinese Academy of Science and Technology Management, Tongji University was established in March 2007 with the approval of the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology, and support from the Ministry of Science and Technology, and Shanghai Municipal Government. It is a global platform of science and technology management research and communication based in China, focusing on science and technology management research, educational training, international communication and social commitment.

For more information please contact: Dr Zhu Yanmei zhu.yanmei@163.com