Prof. Zhou Jinfeng Participated in the Virtual Climate Dialogue held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia on September 29
2022/10/12 13:42:00 本站


Official flyer of the event that held different sessions during September and October 2022.

On the evening of September 29, 2022, the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF) participated on the Virtual Climate Dialogue after the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia to Prof. Zhou Jinfeng Secretary General of the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation to participate as an expert in the the fifth group meeting - technology transfer (Mesa 5: Transferencia de tecnología).



Online participation of CBCGDF On the Virtual Climate Dialogue on September 29th

During the meeting, several Bolivian leaders reported on the growing demand for a more sustainable life and the incorporation of technology to provide clean and environmentally friendly electrical energy to rural areas. The importance on controlling water pollution, and improving the management of water was also discussed during the meeting. Fighting desertification as well as plastic pollution emerged as a topic that affects suburban and urban areas. The promotion of electrical cars, and the industrialization of lithium were also discussed during the meeting, compiled, summarized and recorded by the Bolivian Government.


Presentation of Prof. Zhou Virtual Climate Dialogue celebrated in Bolivia

A closer analysis to this thematic was performed on October 11, 2022, when the presentation of Prof. Zhou that was prepared for the Virtual Climate Dialogue held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia was presented to the Charge -d’affairs a.i. of the Bolivian embassy Mr. Mauricio Belmonte Pijuan. The Deputy Secretary of the South South Biodiversity Science project of CBCGDF, Dr. Marco A. Cabero Z. shared the full presentation of Prof. Zhou where he explained several actions that China is taking to promote the Green Development.


Mr. Mauricio Belmonte Pijuan Charge -d’affairs a.i. of the Bolivian embassy in China and Dr. Marco A. Cabero during the presentation and analysis of Prof. Zhou’s presentation in October 11th at the Bolivian embassy.

Prof. Zhou explained that the use of environmentally appropriate and accessible technologies has been identified as one of the important solutions to the climate crisis. In order to implement the Paris Agreement, provisions have been made to improve the technology flow of the climate crisis, which is still in the process of implementation. It is clear that development and unequal access to technology are deepening the gap and inequality among countries in the world. Prof. Zhou’s speech focused on the technologies are necessary and core for coping with the climate crisis? Some examples in water management, in fighting desertification and the renewable sources of energy as well as the importance of international collaboration for the development of technological solutions and the need for real action were emphasized by Prof. Zhou. Through specific human actions, communication and practice, we can jointly alleviate the climate crisis. Prof. Zhou mentioned the innovation in agriculture is vital to reduce the use of pesticides and fertilizers. The use of ecological and natural methods is essential to reduce carbon emissions. This year, CBCGDF held a series of low-carbon seminars to publicize people's efforts and attempts to reduce carbon emissions, including bicycle repair, ecological farmland, and other actions, all of which can be performed by everyone. Finally, Prof. Zhou explained that CBCGDF is also a global protection force which hope to strengthen cooperation with Bolivia and Latin American countries to jointly protect our earth.


Slides of Prof. Zhou’s presentation to introduce the South-South biodiversity Science Project and the CBCGDF

Mr. Belmonte explained that the concept of the well-living and well-being proposed by the current vice-president of Bolivia encompasses ancient knowledge for a sustainable life style that throughout the past years is trying to be recovered and promoted by the Bolivian government.  He explained that one of the core principles of the well-being and well-living proposed by the vice-president of Bolivia is a life style in harmony with nature. He agrees on the notion that international collaboration with countries like China that fought desertification in Ningxia and other regions, that reduced poverty and lifted millions of citizens from extreme poverty are excellent cases of study that are worth revising. It might be also essential to take a closer look to the Chinese national climate action plan that is committed to eliminate carbon emission until 2050. Furthermore, the results of this presentation will be shared by Mr. Belmonte directly with vice-presidency and the Ministry of foreign affairs of Bolivia as a way to strengthen communication on climate change actions and promote the well-being and well-living of people.


The possibilities for cooperation are endless, a common ideal of living in harmony with nature through the use of technology, the transfer of contemporary and ancient knowledge, the dialogue and communication between different stakeholders can bring parties to work together to continue to strengthen cooperation and build a community with a shared future for mankind and a community of life on earth.

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