Three Countries to Tackle Problems in Air Pollution
For two days three countries namely Japan, China and the Republic of Korea will be holding discussions on a summit that will tackle air pollution and help promote greener industries in Langfang in Hebei.
There are 300 delegates of mostly government officials, entrepreneurs and scholars coming from these nations are participating in the two day conference and will be sharing experiences and to look into opportunities and ways to seek further cooperation within the three countries. The China Center for International Economic exchange along with the Japan and China governmental, Industrial and Academic Cooperation Organization together with the Korea International Trade association were responsible for the organization and management of the summit.
The air pollution summit stood out since it discussed all the environmental protection industries within the scope of East Asia and it brought officials and private organizations from three countries together to search for solutions to the air pollution problem. Experts say that not only the Beijing-Hebei region is affected with the air pollution but the entire country of China as well as Japan and Korea are also affected.
China can learn from the two countries since they have been tackling air pollution problem for more than two years now.