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  • And then I just said… “Mommy cleans the air” <br />
  • PPL who question China&apos;s quest for green don&apos;t viscerally understand how our skies are grey, tap water yellow, rivers red, food poisoned, & now school uniforms toxic http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/762209.shtml <br /> "China&apos;s agriculture = 43% of the country&apos;s water pollution due to the extraordinary high rates of nitrogen fertilizer application" <br />
  • The Guidelines indicate that by reducing particulate matter (PM10) pollution from 70 to 20 micrograms per cubic metre, we can cut air quality related deaths by around 15%. <br /> Guideline values <br /> PM2.5 <br /> 10 μg/m3 annual mean <br /> 25 μg/m3 24-hour mean <br /> PM10 <br /> 20 μg/m3 annual mean <br /> 50 μg/m3 24-hour mean <br /> Compare with Salt Lake City news and WHO 23 <br /> On Saturday, the state-run Xinhua news agency reported that PM 2.5 exceeded 700 micrograms per cubic meters at several air-quality monitors in Beijing, reaching a high of 993. <br /> “Off the charts” (爆表), with 3.8 million hits, and “smoggy sky” (雾霾天) became popular phrases on Sina Weibo, while in a fit of dark humor, many Web users remarked that they’ve all turned into human vacuum cleaners. The hashtag “I don’t want to be a human vacuum cleaner” (#我不要做人肉吸尘器#) attracted over 1.7 million comments on Sina Weibo. <br /> http://www.tealeafnation.com/2013/01/why-has-chinese-media-coverage-of-beijings-smog-been-so-unflinching/ <br /> http://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/indoors/air/pmq_a.htm <br /> Fine Particles (PM 2.5) Questions and Answers <br /> Fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is an air pollutant that is a concern for people&apos;s health when levels in air are high. PM2.5 are tiny particles in the air that reduce visibility and cause the air to appear hazy when levels are elevated. Outdoor PM2.5 levels are most likely to be elevated on days with little or no wind or air mixing. The New York State Departments of Health (DOH) and Environmental Conservation (DEC) alert the public by issuing a PM2.5 Health Advisory when PM2.5 concentrations in outdoor air are expected to be unhealthy for sensitive groups. <br /> What is Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5)? <br /> The term fine particles, or particulate matter 2.5 (PM2.5), refers to tiny particles or droplets in the air that are two and one half microns or less in width. Like inches, meters and miles, a micron is a unit of measurement for distance. There are about 25,000 microns in an inch. The widths of the larger particles in the PM2.5 size range would be about thirty times smaller than that of a human hair. The smaller particles are so small that several thousand of them could fit on the period at the end of this sentence. <br /> How can PM2.5 affect my health? <br /> Particles in the PM2.5 size range are able to travel deeply into the respiratory tract, reaching the lungs. Exposure to fine particles can cause short-term health effects such as eye, nose, throat and lung irritation, coughing, sneezing, runny nose and shortness of breath. Exposure to fine particles can also affect lung function and worsen medical conditions such as asthma and heart disease. Scientific studies have linked increases in daily PM2.5 exposure with increased respiratory and cardiovascular hospital admissions, emergency department visits and deaths. Studies also suggest that long term exposure to fine particulate matter may be associated with increased rates of chronic bronchitis, reduced lung function and increased mortality from lung cancer and heart disease. People with breathing and heart problems, children and the elderly may be particularly sensitive to PM2.5 <br />
  • country of more than 1.3 billion people, <br /> my city of Shanghai has 20 million people, <br /> Even though Chinese people use less than ¼ of the energy of an average American. <br /> (McKinsey) 350million people moving into cities in the next 20 years. <br /> Largest animal migration the world has ever seen. <br /> country of more than 1.3 billion people, <br /> my city of Shanghai has 20 million people, <br /> Chinese people use less than ¼ of the energy of an average American. <br /> ___ of an average Australian. <br /> China’s challenge is how do we decouple growing populations and rising living standards from a rise in energy use. <br /> China must go green. A green China is the key to a healthy world <br /> Over time you’ll feel the shift in importance from keeping “me” happy to “we” happy. <br /> In China, making sure that people have enough to eat, and have jobs, is of utmost importance to "harmonious society”. <br /> Over the last 30 years, 600 million people were lifted out from under the poverty line in the world- almost all of them were Chinese. <br /> In the next 10 years, China is investing $60B to build biogas projects on livestock farms to bring electricity to the rural poor. <br />
  • But if we’re not careful, if we simply copy the cities of the past, we’ll end up with this. <br />
  • country of more than 1.3 billion people, <br /> my city of Shanghai has 20 million people, <br /> Even though Chinese people use less than ¼ of the energy of an average American. <br /> (McKinsey) 350million people moving into cities in the next 20 years. <br /> Largest animal migration the world has ever seen. <br /> country of more than 1.3 billion people, <br /> my city of Shanghai has 20 million people, <br /> Chinese people use less than ¼ of the energy of an average American. <br /> ___ of an average Australian. <br /> China’s challenge is how do we decouple growing populations and rising living standards from a rise in energy use. <br /> China must go green. A green China is the key to a healthy world <br /> Over time you’ll feel the shift in importance from keeping “me” happy to “we” happy. <br /> In China, making sure that people have enough to eat, and have jobs, is of utmost importance to "harmonious society”. <br /> Over the last 30 years, 600 million people were lifted out from under the poverty line in the world- almost all of them were Chinese. <br /> In the next 10 years, China is investing $60B to build biogas projects on livestock farms to bring electricity to the rural poor. <br />
  • Define China Dream in a simple, easy to remember tagline. <br /> The China Dream doesn’t just focus on “me”, but also national pride, community and future generations. <br /> The American Dream: No matter what background I come from, if I work hard enough, I can be successful. Now, success is equated with conspicuous consumption of the Elite. <br /> Credit goes to Steven Cao and Tom Song and Edelman China (Real Pegasus) for coming up with the name “harmonious happy dream” 和悦梦想 <br /> Credit goes to James Lee of iContinuum for helping with the tagline <br />
  • Thanks to contributors: <br /> Yunsheng SU (organizer, host, facilitator) <br /> Steven Cao (facilitator) <br /> Richard Hsu (facilitator) <br /> Godert (facilitator) <br /> Professor Luo, Head of Tongji U Sino-Finnish Center <br /> Charlie Mathews (manager) <br /> Lu (videography) <br /> Dana Miller (JUCCCE interns and volunteers) <br />

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  • 1. 52nd ICCA Congress Peggy Liu of JUCCCE on a new China Dream International Congress and Convention Association . Twitter: #ICCA13
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  • 4. China Dream
  • 5. Lipsky “Atomic”
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  • 7. low carbon transport
  • 8. eco-cities
  • 9. transit oriented design
  • 10. upcycle
  • 11. collaborative consumption
  • 12. climate change
  • 13. ecological civilization
  • 14. harmonious society
  • 15. safe food, air, water
  • 16. vibrant living
  • 17. liveable communities
  • 18. opportunities
  • 19. China Dream
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  • 32. Survive to Thrive Survive to Thrive Photo: Green Dragon Media
  • 33. 500M to 800M middle class by 2025 500M to 800M middle class by 2025 Photo: Green Dragon Media
  • 34. #CHINADREAM A better quality of life for us and our children
  • 35. 和悦梦想: 安全的水、食物、 空气质量
  • 36. 和悦梦想: 更有活力的生活
  • 37. 和悦梦想: 便捷和互助的社区
  • 38. 和悦梦想: 继承传统 并与时俱进
  • 39. China Dream co-creation workshops International Congress and Convention Association . Twitter: #ICCA13
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  • 41. Tongji U- “Sustainable Design” & “Our City” classes International Congress and Convention Association . Twitter: #ICCA13
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  • 43. circular economy
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  • 45. Government training
  • 46. Citizen engagement- Heyuecity.com by Augmentum International Congress and Convention Association . Twitter: #ICCA13
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  • 51. Twitter @shanghaipeggy @juccce #ChinaDream #ICCA13 The environmental movement must broaden into a prosperity movement Key Takeaways
  • 52. Twitter @shanghaipeggy @juccce #ChinaDream #ICCA13 Short window of time to reimagine prosperity to embed sustainability & transform desire for 800M emerging middle class Key Takeaways
  • 53. Twitter @shanghaipeggy @juccce #ChinaDream #ICCA13 To influence social norms, we need better visual storytelling via TV , ads, events Key Takeaways
  • 54. China Dream International Congress and Convention Association . Twitter: #ICCA13