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Title of Challenge
How to Improve Shanghai’s Air Quality?
Description of city challenge
Among all pollutants, PM 2.5 has the greatest impact on municipal residents’ health. It has become the most critical livable indicator of residents’ satisfaction of Chinese major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Residents, no matter in the city or farmland, can all contribute to the improvement of quality of air that we all share. According to the experience of developed countries, in London and Manchester in Europe, Los Angeles in the United States, or Tokyo and Kitakyushu in Japan, all these metropolitans took 30 years to get their clear sky back. Shanghai has a much higher population and more intensive industrialization. How to reduce the resilience period has become the biggest challenge to Shanghai.
Industrial sectors are all interlinked; resilience must be systemic and consistent. Around the interesting Chinese concept of “Yi Shi Zhu Xing” –clothing, eating, housing and commuting, from which everything in life evolves, we will drive climate action from these four topics: Clothing (Consumption and Disposal), Eating (Food Security, Health and Lifestyle), Housing (Construction and Lifestyle), Commuting (Transportation, Energy and Industry).
City Host Organization
The organizer:
Tongji University ,College of Design and Innovation
Sponsors:
Constellations;YIN XIANG WEI YE;Kiten Again;Flex pro
City Host Email
climathonshanghai@163.com
City Host Phone
+86 021 18801791548
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Sino Finnish Center, Aalto Tongji Design Factory ,4th Fl, Shi Xun Bilding, No.100, Zhang Wu Rd.
Yangpu District,Shanghai,China
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100 Zhang Wu Lu, Yangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200092
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Title of Challenge
How to Improve Shanghai’s Air Quality?
Description of city challenge
Among all pollutants, PM 2.5 has the greatest impact on municipal residents’ health. It has become the most critical livable indicator of residents’ satisfaction of Chinese major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Residents, no matter in the city or farmland, can all contribute to the improvement of quality of air that we all share. According to the experience of developed countries, in London and Manchester in Europe, Los Angeles in the United States, or Tokyo and Kitakyushu in Japan, all these metropolitans took 30 years to get their clear sky back. Shanghai has a much higher population and more intensive industrialization. How to reduce the resilience period has become the biggest challenge to Shanghai.
Industrial sectors are all interlinked; resilience must be systemic and consistent. Around the interesting Chinese concept of “Yi Shi Zhu Xing” –clothing, eating, housing and commuting, from which everything in life evolves, we will drive climate action from these four topics: Clothing (Consumption and Disposal), Eating (Food Security, Health and Lifestyle), Housing (Construction and Lifestyle), Commuting (Transportation, Energy and Industry).
City Host Organization
The organizer:
Tongji University ,College of Design and Innovation
Sponsors:
Constellations;YIN XIANG WEI YE;Kiten Again;Flex pro
City Host Email
climathonshanghai@163.com
City Host Phone
+86 021 18801791548
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Venue
Sino Finnish Center, Aalto Tongji Design Factory ,4th Fl, Shi Xun Bilding, No.100, Zhang Wu Rd.
Yangpu District,Shanghai,China
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100 Zhang Wu Lu, Yangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200092
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Title of Challenge
How to Improve Shanghai’s Air Quality?
Description of city challenge
Among all pollutants, PM 2.5 has the greatest impact on municipal residents’ health. It has become the most critical livable indicator of residents’ satisfaction of Chinese major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Residents, no matter in the city or farmland, can all contribute to the improvement of quality of air that we all share. According to the experience of developed countries, in London and Manchester in Europe, Los Angeles in the United States, or Tokyo and Kitakyushu in Japan, all these metropolitans took 30 years to get their clear sky back. Shanghai has a much higher population and more intensive industrialization. How to reduce the resilience period has become the biggest challenge to Shanghai.
Industrial sectors are all interlinked; resilience must be systemic and consistent. Around the interesting Chinese concept of “Yi Shi Zhu Xing” –clothing, eating, housing and commuting, from which everything in life evolves, we will drive climate action from these four topics: Clothing (Consumption and Disposal), Eating (Food Security, Health and Lifestyle), Housing (Construction and Lifestyle), Commuting (Transportation, Energy and Industry).
City Host Organization
The organizer:
Tongji University ,College of Design and Innovation
Sponsors:
Constellations;YIN XIANG WEI YE;Kiten Again;Flex pro
City Host Email
climathonshanghai@163.com
City Host Phone
+86 021 18801791548
Website

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Venue
Sino Finnish Center, Aalto Tongji Design Factory ,4th Fl, Shi Xun Bilding, No.100, Zhang Wu Rd.
Yangpu District,Shanghai,China
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100 Zhang Wu Lu, Yangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200092
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Title of Challenge
How to Improve Shanghai’s Air Quality?
Description of city challenge
Among all pollutants, PM 2.5 has the greatest impact on municipal residents’ health. It has become the most critical livable indicator of residents’ satisfaction of Chinese major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Residents, no matter in the city or farmland, can all contribute to the improvement of quality of air that we all share. According to the experience of developed countries, in London and Manchester in Europe, Los Angeles in the United States, or Tokyo and Kitakyushu in Japan, all these metropolitans took 30 years to get their clear sky back. Shanghai has a much higher population and more intensive industrialization. How to reduce the resilience period has become the biggest challenge to Shanghai.
Industrial sectors are all interlinked; resilience must be systemic and consistent. Around the interesting Chinese concept of “Yi Shi Zhu Xing” –clothing, eating, housing and commuting, from which everything in life evolves, we will drive climate action from these four topics: Clothing (Consumption and Disposal), Eating (Food Security, Health and Lifestyle), Housing (Construction and Lifestyle), Commuting (Transportation, Energy and Industry).
City Host Organization
The organizer:
Tongji University ,College of Design and Innovation
Sponsors:
Constellations;YIN XIANG WEI YE;Kiten Again;Flex pro
City Host Email
climathonshanghai@163.com
City Host Phone
+86 021 18801791548
Website

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Venue
Sino Finnish Center, Aalto Tongji Design Factory ,4th Fl, Shi Xun Bilding, No.100, Zhang Wu Rd.
Yangpu District,Shanghai,China
Venue on map
100 Zhang Wu Lu, Yangpu Qu, Shanghai Shi, China, 200092