According to the website, The Government of the People's Republic of China (PRC), with the National Development and Reform Commission, Qinghai Provincial Government, and Guangdong Provincial Government, has requested a knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to develop policy and capacity, technical guidance, and design of pilots to further advance and enable mainstreaming of green circular economy, zero waste cities in the PRC. The TA will have four outputs related to (i) advanced upstream circular production; (ii) downstream improved waste management and resource recovery; (iii) midstream improved packaging and logistics addressing growing waste from e-commerce; and (iv) build institutional capacity and linking upstream, midstream, and downstream into a circular system.
Rau, Stefan (Project Officer)
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