Recently, at the departure ceremony of the "Belt and Road Global Journey" international segment, Amap announced the official launch of its product "World Map".
Energy Expert, the AI-powered sustainability solution developed by Alibaba Cloud, the digital technology and intelligence backbone of Alibaba Group, has been trialed to measure and analyze carbon emissions from temporary constructions built for the first Olympic Esports Week.
On June 20th, Ele.me, Alibaba Group’s on-demand food delivery platform, and the Agriculture Information Institute (AII) of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) collaborated to release food delivery industry's first sustainable food indicator system, as well as report on carbon reduction for small package food delivery.
Last month, a group of rural students in Sichuan Province used astronomical telescope and mini program developed by Alibaba volunteers to observe and capture Chinese space station when it passed over their location.
On World Environment Day, June 5th, Freshippo, Alibaba Group's digital intelligence-powered new retail company, announced the foundation of a sustainable development department.
Full Truck Alliance, a leading digital freight platform in China, unveiled an upgraded "Manyun Carbon Road Plan" double carbon strategy and officially reached a strategic cooperation in the field of double carbon with Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
An agriculture digital platform, supported by the Alibaba Foundation, has been developed to provide timely insights into various indicators of the tea industry.
As of April, over 110,000 merchants on Ele.me, Alibaba Group's on-demand food delivery platform, have participated in charity projects through "Caring Merchant" program, with a total donation amount of nearly 3 million yuan ($425,242) in six months.
On the occasion of Mother's Day, members from Alibaba Foundation and Amity Foundation, a public fundraising charity, visited Guizhou province to meet with families who have benefited from "Sprouts on Earth" program.
Cainiao Network, Alibaba Group's logistics arm, distributed 50,000 exercise books made from recycled shipping boxes to nearly 10,000 students in 29 rural primary schools located in rural areas of southwestern China in April.
A report released by leading South Korean consulting firm SNE Research on May 3 showed that Chinese company BYD has surpassed South Korean firm LG Energy Solution and ranked second with a market share of 16.2%.
The Education Bureau of Longyan City in Fujian Province announced on May 4th that Zhang Yiming, the founder of ByteDance, a Chinese tech giant, donated an extra 200 million yuan ($28.9 million) to the Fangmei Education Development Fund.
On May 4, Tianqi Lithium, a Chinese mining and manufacturing company, denied rumors that it was considering investing in Smart Automobile, stating that "we have no information to disclose on this matter."
Alibaba Group is introducing innovative green technologies across its campuses. The Hangzhou Xixi Campus, global headquarters of Alibaba, is located next to the Xixi National Wetland Park in Hangzhou. This campus boasts a diverse range of species and an abundance of vitality.
BYD announced that its Chilean subsidiary, BYD Chile SpA, has reached an agreement with Chilean governmental organization CORFO on lithium battery material production.
On April 22nd, JD Logistics announced that it will gradually introduce 1.5 million units of reusable express packaging and promote a shared recycling model for such packaging.
On April 20th, CATL released an impressive first-quarter financial report. The report revealed that the company achieved an operating income of 89.038 billion yuan ($12.96 billion) in the first quarter of this year, which is an increase of 82.91% compared to last year's figures.
Power battery manufacturer CATL will begin mass production of sodium-ion batteries for vehicles in the fourth quarter of this year. BYD's self-developed sodium-ion battery will also enter mass production later this year.
Cainiao Network, Alibaba Group's logistics arm, has entered into a strategic partnership with the World Food Programme (WFP), the world's largest humanitarian organization.
On April 18, Siemens signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Chinese electric vehicle company XPeng Motors.