The World Environment Center (WEC), a global non-profit organization that advances sustainable development in the business practices of major companies, has signed a partnership agreement with the China Enterprise Confederation (CEC), one of China’s major business groups with a membership of approximately half a million companies. The agreement formalizes and expands cooperation to improve environmental conditions, energy efficiency and business opportunities in China.
Through the partnership, the World Environment Center and China Enterprise Confederation commit to joint collaboration on the design and implementation of projects that promote energy conservation and environmental management among CEC enterprises; develop and conduct technical training programs; and organize exchanges among environmental and business professionals in such areas as technologies to improve energy efficiency.
The new agreement was signed by Dr. Yosie on behalf of the World Environment Center and Madame Yin Yuanping, Deputy Director General of the China Enterprise Confederation. A copy of the Memorandum of Understanding is available at www.wec.org.
About the World Environment Center
The World Environment Center is a non-profit, non-advocacy organization that works with the private sector, international bodies, non-governmental organizations and academia to advance sustainable development. WEC achieves this mission by providing leadership, improving environmental, health and safety practices worldwide, and fostering the efficient use of energy and other natural resources to protect the global environment.
About the China Enterprise Confederation
China Enterprise Confederation (CEC)/China Enterprise Directors Association (CEDA), as the Chinese representative of employers, is a non-governmental institution. CEC/CEDA’s members are mainly enterprises, companies, entrepreneurs, provincial and municipal associations, industry associations and trade associations. Today CEC/CEDA comprises 436,000 members, including all kinds of ownership enterprises and individual employers representing 34 industrial sectors in 30 provinces, 260 industrial cities and regions.
Source: World Environment Center