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.
At the fifth meeting of the China-France Business Council, Alibaba and the world’s largest cosmetics group L'Oréal signed a strategic cooperation agreement to create an innovative "digitalized circular economy model for beauty products".
On March 14, China's first heavy-duty truck powered by batteries and overhead wires rolled off the production line in Datong, north China's Shanxi province, filling the country's technological gap in this field.
Alibaba Group’s Chief Marketing Officer Chris Tung delivered a keynote speech to introduce the company’s carbon reduction action model and call on more enterprises to jointly promote low-carbon consumption at a side event during the 2023 Partnership Forum at the UN ECOSOC.
Ports are a category in which Chinese enterprises are pioneering new tech territory. Most people never think of ports at all and have never seen one. Yet ports handle 50% of all global trade.
Tmall Supermarket, an Alibaba-owned grocery purchasing platform, unveiled its "carbon footprint" certification series of products this week at the first Global Digital Trade Expo in Hangzhou, China's Zhejiang Province.
Even if fuel cell vehicles never catch up with battery-based alternatives, they still just might find a few wide-open lanes.
The orders with the "No tableware" option have reached 1.3 billion on Ele.me, according to its president Yongxin Fang. It is equivalent to reducing the use of more than 6,000 tons of wood and more than 3,000 tons of plastic.
SHEIN, a global e-retailer of fashion, beauty and lifestyle products, on September 28 announced its target to reduce overall emissions across its entire value chain by 25% by 2030, as well as its greenhouse gas emissions inventory for 2021.
Historic heatwaves have swept across central China this summer, raising the stakes in a bid by authorities to transform the domestic automotive sector.
Alibaba has cut a total of 619,944 tons of carbon emissions by changing its energy mix to include more clean sources in FY2022 (ended March 2022), according to the company's ESG report published on August 29.
The People's Government of Hainan Province published its Carbon Peaking Implementation Plan on August 22, which stipulates that by 2030, the sale of fuel cars will be completely banned.
The timetable for the construction of China's carbon emissions statistical accounting system has now been made clear, according to an implementation plan issued by three government departments in the country.
On August 8, the China New Energy Storage Industry Innovation Alliance was established in Beijing. The innovation alliance was initiated by China Energy Engineering Group Co., Ltd. (CEEG), CATL and and Trina Solar Co., Ltd.
Lingtan Intelligence, an industrial and commercial energy storage brand, announced on August 5 its completion of a pre-A round of financing totaling 50 million yuan ($7.4 million) led by Eight Roads.
On August 2, China's Datang Sanya 60 MW PV flat-rate grid pilot project was announced to have been successfully connected to the grid on July 29.
On August 1, China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, National Development and other two departments issued the Implementation Plan for Carbon Peaking in the Industrial Sector.
Beijing-based firm Carbonstop, a provider of emissions management software and consulting solutions, announced on August 1 that it had completed a round B of financing worth 100 million yuan ($14.82 million).
On July 28, the Shanghai Municipal Government issued the "Implementation Plan for Carbon Peaking in Shanghai" and a corresponding regulatory opinion notice.
On July 27, China Automotive Technology & Research Center Co., Ltd. (CATARC), a state-owned research institute, released a report entitled "2022 China Automotive Low Carbon Action Plan" in Beijing.