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WRI established its China office in 2007. We work with leaders in business, government, and civil society to address climate change, transport, and water risk issues. Learn more about our work in China. Visit the WRI China website.

バラク・オバマ大統領と習近平国家主席による気候問題に関する歴史的発表を受け、米中両国は欧州連合と歩調をそろえて温室効果ガス(GHG)の新排出制限にコミットすることとなった。世界の他の国々の合計とほぼ同量のGHGを毎年排出しているこの3つの経済大国によるコミットメントは、重要な意味を持つ。世界がその炭素収支の範囲内に踏みとどまる可能性の存在を示唆するからである。

China Office - LEED Scorecard

WRI’s China office was certified LEED Gold for interior space in 2014, making it the second NGO office space in Beijing to receive LEED certification. Photo by Green Business Council.

China Office - Natural Lighting

Electricity meters measure energy use, which helps encourage ongoing accountability in addition to optimizing energy use in the office. Credit: CHENG Ze

China Office - Conference Room

Highly efficient light fixtures reduce power consumption more than 46%. Photo by Cheng Ze.

China Office - Open Layout

Natural light was maximized through an open layout, helping to save electricity while providing a comfortable setting for staff. Photo by Cheng Ze.

China Office - Materials

Products with high-recycled content, account for more than 21% of total materials used. In addition, 72% of construction materials were sourced locally (within 800 km of office). Photo Cheng Ze.

China Office - Reception Area

Much of the office space (over 70 %) is furnished using the furniture from the old office space, reducing the use of new resources. In addition, all furniture (new and reused) is GREENGUARD certified. Photo by Cheng Ze.

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