2015 Report on the State of the Environment in China gives a summary of environmental protection status in China. It provides information on atmospheric, freshwater, marine, forest, acoustic, radiation, grassland, and natural and ecological environment. The current state of the energy and transport sector is also included in this report.
2013 Report of the State of the Environment in China states that the overall environmental quality was average in 2013. The focus areas in 2013 were atmospheric pollution, ecological conservation, reduction of major pollutants and energy and transport sector.
The Energy Conservation Law of the People's Republic of China is formulated for the purpose of promoting energy conservation in the whole society, improving energy utilization efficiency, protecting and ameliorating the environment, and striving for all round, balanced and sustainable development of the economy and the society.
Bhutan 2020: A vision for peace, prosperity and happiness II prioritizes the future and sets out the main directions that enable the nation to mainatin its distinctive path of development in the next century. It identifies a hierarchy of goals, objectives and principles and presents the central development concept that is essential for understanding the distinctive approach to development.
The Twelfth National Economic and Social Plan focuses on enhancing international regulatory and institutional linkages at the implementation level. It emphasizes the use of physical infrastructure linkages as a basis for the development of areas, economies and communities along transborder economic corridors.
Working under the overall direction of the Ministry of Forests and Environment and in partnership with the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) launched the Electric Mobility Program in 2017, to support a transition towards clean and sustaina