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A Low-Carbon City
To rein in the many side effects spurred by rapid development, Nanchang City is engaged in a campaign to change its mode of development. It is actively seeking to carry out extensive and in-depth cooperation with domestic and foreign partners to create a low-carbon economy
Going Green

Adjoining Poyang Lake, China's largest freshwater lake, and with a green coverage rate of 42 percent, Nanchang has a sound ecosystem. On this basis, the city has formed a low-carbon development strategy on every level from industrial development to agricultural production, from municipal construction to the lifestyle of residents

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A Right Way of Growth
Nanchang's eco-industrial park integrates economic growth with environmental protection
Enhanced Precision
Revisions to the environmental protection law will allow greater public participation in environmental affairs
New Investment Opportunities
Input in energy conservation and emission reduction will be a stable source of investment promoting economic growth
Nanchang Quick Facts
Nanchang is the capital of central China's Jiangxi Province, and has a history dating back more than 2,200 years

Area: 7,402 square km

Population: 4.85 million

Location: Bordering Poyang Lake in the southwest, and economically developed Guangdong and Fujian provinces in the south, and Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Hubei provinces in the north
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