The first "China Pavilion" at the Global Conference on Sustainable Science and Technology Innovation
Xinhua News Agency, Brussels, November 21 (Reporter Pan Geping) the third Global Conference on Sustainable Science, Technology and Innovation opened in Brussels on the 20th. The China Pavilion was set up for the first time to introduce China's latest scientific research and application achievements in the fields of bioaviation fuels, biodiesel, hydrogen energy and other clean energy in the form of videos and posters.
Nearly 2000 delegates from 70 countries and regions attended the conference to explore how to promote a higher level of sustainable development goals through market-oriented integrated technology solutions, and embarked on the establishment of a cross-industry technology transformation center. The General Assembly, led by the Flanders Institute of Technology in Belgium, aims to contribute to the achievement of the 17 sustainable development goals of the United Nations 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development by accelerating the development, dissemination and deployment of innovative technologies.
China, France, Italy and so on respectively take the country as the unit to display the sustainable development innovation science and technology achievement. The conference also featured eight thematic events on climate, education, energy, health, ocean, water, circular economy and youth participation, of which the "Energy Special session" was co-sponsored by the Guangzhou Institute of Energy of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Flemish Institute of Technology of Belgium.
This year, the Guangzhou Institute of Energy of the Chinese Academy of Sciences attended the meeting for the first time as a co-organizer and organized a seminar on "Energy." There are also a number of experts from China to discuss policy formulation and technological innovation in the fields of modern regional energy supply, marine renewable energy and the development and utilization of geothermal resources.
In an interview with reporters during the conference, Ma Longlong, director of the Guangzhou Energy Research Institute, said: "the fact that China has become a co-organizer of the conference is in itself an affirmation of China's efforts in recent years. The organizers of the conference feel that in terms of economic volume and scientific and technological strength, China today is indispensable in the fields of energy and sustainable development. "
He said: China attaches great importance to international cooperation in the field of science and technology for sustainable development, and hopes that some of China's technologies in the field of new energy will step out of the laboratory and move toward a broad world market to contribute to global ecological security. Guangzhou Energy Research Institute's participation this year has brought a number of international leading scientific research results, such as semi-submersible wave energy culture platform, biological gas production technology and so on.
"achieving the development goals of the 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development requires not only consensus, but also practical technological solutions," Ma said. We hope that these technologies will be applied in other countries of the world, especially in the vast number of developing countries. "