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The Climate Group Directors share The Clean Revolution from the inside

18 November 2011
The Climate Group Directors share The Clean Revolution from the inside

LONDON: We recently launched two new Blogs by two influential directors from The Climate Group, who will be sharing key clean energy and climate change progress from China as well as an inside view of our three-year international campaign, The Clean Revolution.

The Clean Revolution in China Blog is written by Changhua Wu our Greater China Director, and will be a record of all the incredible work that our Beijing office is doing.

Changhua’s posts so far range from an analysis of China’s 12th Five Year Plan to a vivid account of her visit to Kashgar, one of the case study cities that feature in the freshly published China Low Carbon City Tour report

The simply titled The Clean Revolution Blog is written by Jim Walker, our International Programmes and Strategy Director. His posts will give you a rare insider view of the progress of The Clean Revolution campaign and you can also expect guest bloggers to be making an appearance in the future.

We launched the three-year Clean Revolution campaign during the Opening Ceremony of Climate Week NYC in September 2011. The campaign aims to inspire, catalyze and enable a group of the world’s most influential, business, government and thought-leaders to take transformational action on climate change, creating a tipping point for the low carbon economy - so it's critical we keep you informed of its progress.

As well as commenting on the campaign launch, Jim has also posted about how the Clean Revolution is progressing in both China and the US.

You can expect more international analysis, comment and opinion from Jim in this Blog, as he leads the Clean Revolution campaign across our global teams. 

These two new Blogs join our two previous Blogs, Sustainable Mobility by Robin Haycock, our Head of Transport, and SMART 2020 which is written by Molly Webb, our Head of Smart Technologies. 

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