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西湖春景 西湖春景 英国部分地。区遭受洪水侵袭 英国部分地区遭受洪水侵袭。 南京:满园春色关不住 2月17日,航拍南京雨花台梅岗盛开的梅花,姹紫嫣红尽显浓浓春意。。

Photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows a ceremony marking the completion of the main structure of the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge in southeast Chin。a's Fujian Province. China on Wednesday completed the main structure of th。e world's longest cross-sea road-rail bridge in Fujian. The last steel girder, weighing 473 tonnes, was bolted on the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge, another mega project。 in China, on Wednesday morning. With a staggering span of 16.34 km, the bridge connects Pingtan Island and four nearby islets to the mainland of Fujian Province. (Xinhua/Lin Shanchuan) Front Page Prev Page 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 131313 [ Editor: SRQ ]China confirmed as host of AFC Asian Cup 2023(1)BEIJING, June 26 -- The draft amendment to the environmental protection law, tabled for the second reading Wednesday, has adopted harsher punishment on polluters and highlighted the public's right to know and participate.The bill was submitted to the bi-monthly session of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), which runs from Wednesday to Saturday.The bill adopts harsher punishment on polluters, compared with the version that was tabled for the first reading in August.According to the bill, companies and other organizations, which intentionally escape supervision and discharge pollutants, will be prosecuted if they violate the law. Those, whose activities are not serious enough for criminal prosecution, will be p。unished according to the law on penalties for administration of public security, for instance being put under administrative detention.A new chapter is added to protect the public's right to know concerning environmental information. According to the bill, governments of all levels should publicize environmental information and facilitate the participation of and supervision by citizens and institutions in environmental protection.Polluters are required to publish the information about the pollutants they discharge and how they act to control the pollution.The bill also introduces public interest litigation by authorizing the All-China Environment Federation and its provincial branches to initiate lawsuits against polluters on behalf of the public.Environmental protection in rural areas is also highlighted in the bill. County governments are required to install waste processing facilities in the countryside and efforts should be made to regulate the use of pesticides and fertilizers.Besides harsher punishment, the bill introduces measures to encourage law-abiding and eco-friendly enterprises. The government is urged to offer preferential policies in tax and loans to enterprises that have a good record in reducing pollution and protecting the environment.The attempt to amend the environmental protection law was considered an important part of the country's comprehensive efforts to conserve resources and curb pollution.The law has not been revised since it took effect in 1989. However, over the past two decades, the country has faced worsening pollution problems and the public has become less tolerant about environmental hazards.Multiple Chinese cities were choked by dense smog earlier this year. Beijing's average PM2.5 density in January was 180 micrograms per cubic meter, about 30 percent higher than the level recorded during the same period in 2011, according to meteorological data.At a study session with members of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee in May, President Xi Jinpingpledged that China will not sacrifice the environment for temporary economic growth.Last week, the country's supreme court and procuratorate jointly issued a new judicial explanation that aimed to 。ease difficulties in investigating environmental pollution cases and convicting 。polluters. [Editor: [Prev]Xi stresses adherence to socialism, serving people[Next]CPC leaders take lead in campaign against harmful work styles Run Run Shaw Hong Kong media mogul and philanthropist, aged 107, passed away at home on Tuesday morning.China continues yellow alert for heavy fog(1)新华社记者 杨冠宇 摄 2月15日。,在海口市。美兰区水秀花园小区,海口市民间灾害应急救援队队员在进。行消毒作业。

新华社记者单宇琦摄 4月1日,在德国汉诺威,参观者在汉诺。威工。博会。上观看大众公司展区展出的汽车底盘。《考试大纲》是高考评价体系的。具体实现,。体现高考考试内容改革的方向和阶段性成果。。China Focus: Joint document deposit highlights China, U.S. partnership in climate action Chinese President Xi Jinping (C), U.S. President Barack Obama (R) and Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon attend the deposit of instruments of joining the Paris Agreement in Hangzhou, capital city of east China's Zhejiang Province, Sept. 3, 2016. (Xinhua/Li Tao)HANGZHOU, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) -- The presidents of China and the United States met with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Saturday in Hangzhou to deliver their countries' instruments of joining the Paris climate pact.Ban said that the joint move by China and the United States was significant and the contribution paved the way for the early entry into force of the Paris Agreement, the new framework for the world to achieve sustainable development.Chinese President Xi Jinping said that climate change concerns the well-being and future of humanity. The Paris Agreement has charted the course for post-2020 global cooperation against climate change, indicating that a cooperative, win-win, equitable and fair climate governance mechanism is taking shape.HISTORIC MOMENTDepositing the documents together, China and the United States have displayed their ambition and determination to jointly tackle a global challenge, Xi said.The handover of the legal document is evidence of China's solemn commitment, Xi said.Taking advantage of the implementation of the Paris Agreement, the international community should boost efforts to improve the global governance mechanism and innovate relevant actions, to support the full operation of the agreement, the president said.Developed countries should honor their commitments and provide financial and technological support to developing countries to enhance their capability to undertake climate action, Xi said.China, a responsible developing country and an active player in global climate governance, will implement its development concepts of innovative, coordinated, green, open and shared growth; fully advance energy conservation, emission reduction and low-carbon development; and embrace the new era of ecological civilization, he said."Just as I believe the Paris Agreement will ultimately prove to be the turning point for our planet, I believe history will judge today's efforts as pivotal。," U.S. President Barack Obama said.He said that。 the United States and China had led by an example in climate action as they were the world's largest eco。nomies, giving the rest of the world confidence that a low-carbon world is the future.A total of 178 parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change have signed the agreement. However, for the pact to come into effect, ratification documents must be submitted by at least 55 parties representing 55 percent of global carbon emissions."Together the U.S. and China represent 40 percent of global emissions, so today we are moving significantly closer to the goal we have set," said Obama.SIGNIFICANT OUTCOMESA statement on climate change cooperation outcomes issued Saturday by China and the United States said that the two countries have forged a "historic partnership" in combatting climate change.Respective strategies for mid-century, low-greenhouse gas emission development will be formulated and published, it said. Both agree to hold a series of technical exchanges on the formulation of such strategies, beginning this year.The two countries support the Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization to reach consensus on a global market-based measure to address carbon emissions from international aviation this October, and expect to be early participants in such measure.Both countries have enhanced domestic action to promote the transition toward green, low-carbon and climate-resilient economies, according to the statement.To fulfill its commitment to the Paris Agreement on climate change, China will cut its carbon emissions per unit of GDP by 60 to 65 percent by 2030 from the 2005 levels, increase non-fossil fuel sources in primary energy consumption to about 20 percent, and peak its carbon emissions by 2030.Within the next five years, China will lower its carbon dioxide per unit of GDP and energy consumption per unit of GDP by 18 percent and 15 percent respectively, increase the share of non-fossil fuels in primary energy consumption to 15 percent, and increase the forest stock volume by 1.4 billion cubic meters.Energy efficiency in the country's industries, transportation and buildings will be increased while green power dispatch will be promoted to accelerate the development of renewable energy, the statement said.China will also start in 2017 its national emission trading system, phase down the production and consumption of HFCs and promote low-carbon development of transportation by developing standard modern transportation equipment and energy-efficient, environmentally friendly means of transport. 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Photo taken on Dec. 1, 2019 shows the online HIV testing reservation system of Blued in Beijing, capital of China. (Xinhua/Li Meng)BEIJING, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- As Beijing embraced this winter's first snowfall on Friday, Zhou Bo, an HIV testing volunteer, was busy in his well-heated downtown office and unaware of the chilly weather outside."I have already received nine people today, and five more to be expected according to the reservation system." He said about 10 to 15 often show up during workdays, and 20 to 30 on Saturdays and Sundays.The test lab where Zhou works belongs to a non-government institution of AIDS control and prevention in China, which also operates one of the country's biggest gay dating apps called Blued. Anyone can make a reservation with a testing room on the location-based app.Blued has nearly 40 million registered users globally, with 60 percent in China.Voluntary testing is an important part of AIDS prevention and control, in which online communities can play a big role, said Zhang Dapeng, vice president of the company's health sector."Blued's anonymous reservation and testing service can reach certain groups of people that are difficult to be reached through traditional means, and is more efficient and convenient," Zhang said.Zhang used to work for the city's health and disease control department for years. He said Beijing has four such labs, which offered free testing for 8,000 people in 2018.China has made significant progress in AIDS prevention and control, especially in recent years, said Gao Fu, head of the country's disease control and prevention center.HIV infection via blood transmission has been almost eliminated, while infection among drug 。users through injection and mother-to-child transmission have been effectively curtailed.Gao said the containment of transmission through sex has become the most important aspect of AIDS control.In September, the Chinese government introduced a three-year plan from 2019 to 2022 to curb the spread of AIDS, in which the role of the internet was highlighted.Blued mentioned in a report that its AIDS-related public service advertising reached over 130 million pop-ups on its App, received nearly 24 million views.Zhang said the online testing reservation system has won support from related government departments. So far, over 90 AIDS-prevention organizations have entered the platform to carry out anti-AIDS advertising and intervention, networking nearly 200 HIV testing stations nationwide, building an "air testing room" that is just one tap away from app users."To protect privacy and prompt more people to take the test, one only needs to provide the last four digits of their phone number and can use a pseudonym," Zhou said. Only those with results tested positive are required to produce their ID cards for final confirmation from local disease control centers.Zhou became a volunteer eight months ago when one of his friends was infected with HIV. Having no knowledge at all, he wanted to help but didn't know how."I've learned a lot here and helped a lot of people," he said.According to the Beijing Municipal Health Commission, a total of 2,669 new HIV/AIDS cases were reported in the first ten months of this year in the city, down 7.1 percent year on year.Si。nce the first case in 1985, which was also the nation's first, Beijing had reported 32,268 HIV/AIDS cases as of the end of October, and 22,147 of them are still alive, the commission said.The theme of the 2019 observance of World AIDS Day is "Communities make the difference."Online communities should and must be an important part, especially in China, a country with a highly-develope。d mobile internet industry, Zhang said. "I believe the internet will play en even bigger role in HIV/AIDS prevention and control in China, offering more practical experience to the world," Zhang said. [ Editor: ZY ]China Focus: Schools start online courses as epidemic control postpones new semester(1)近日,广西南宁市武鸣区印发。通知,要求各乡镇严格执行鲜活农产品“绿色通道”政策,严禁违规设卡拦截,对外地客商实行实名报备、定点接待,给。予全额。住宿补贴等优惠政策,全力打通当地沃柑等农产品疫情期间销售通道,助力当地农民增产增收。

Photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows a ceremony marking the completion of the main structure of the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge in southeast Chin。a's Fujian Province. China on Wednesday completed the main structure of th。e world's longest cross-sea road-rail bridge in Fujian. The last steel girder, weighing 473 tonnes, was bolted on the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge, another mega project。 in China, on Wednesday morning. With a staggering span of 16.34 km, the bridge connects Pingtan Island and four nearby islets to the mainland of Fujian Province. (Xinhua/Lin Shanchuan) Front Page Prev Page 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 131313 [ Editor: SRQ ]China confirmed as host of AFC Asian Cup 2023(1)BEIJING, June 26 -- The draft amendment to the environmental protection law, tabled for the second reading Wednesday, has adopted harsher punishment on polluters and highlighted the public's right to know and participate.The bill was submitted to the bi-monthly session of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), which runs from Wednesday to Saturday.The bill adopts harsher punishment on polluters, compared with the version that was tabled for the first reading in August.According to the bill, companies and other organizations, which intentionally escape supervision and discharge pollutants, will be prosecuted if they violate the law. Those, whose activities are not serious enough for criminal prosecution, will be p。unished according to the law on penalties for administration of public security, for instance being put under administrative detention.A new chapter is added to protect the public's right to know concerning environmental information. According to the bill, governments of all levels should publicize environmental information and facilitate the participation of and supervision by citizens and institutions in environmental protection.Polluters are required to publish the information about the pollutants they discharge and how they act to control the pollution.The bill also introduces public interest litigation by authorizing the All-China Environment Federation and its provincial branches to initiate lawsuits against polluters on behalf of the public.Environmental protection in rural areas is also highlighted in the bill. County governments are required to install waste processing facilities in the countryside and efforts should be made to regulate the use of pesticides and fertilizers.Besides harsher punishment, the bill introduces measures to encourage law-abiding and eco-friendly enterprises. The government is urged to offer preferential policies in tax and loans to enterprises that have a good record in reducing pollution and protecting the environment.The attempt to amend the environmental protection law was considered an important part of the country's comprehensive efforts to conserve resources and curb pollution.The law has not been revised since it took effect in 1989. However, over the past two decades, the country has faced worsening pollution problems and the public has become less tolerant about environmental hazards.Multiple Chinese cities were choked by dense smog earlier this year. Beijing's average PM2.5 density in January was 180 micrograms per cubic meter, about 30 percent higher than the level recorded during the same period in 2011, according to meteorological data.At a study session with members of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee in May, President Xi Jinpingpledged that China will not sacrifice the environment for temporary economic growth.Last week, the country's supreme court and procuratorate jointly issued a new judicial explanation that aimed to 。ease difficulties in investigating environmental pollution cases and convicting 。polluters. [Editor: [Prev]Xi stresses adherence to socialism, serving people[Next]CPC leaders take lead in campaign against harmful work styles Run Run Shaw Hong Kong media mogul and philanthropist, aged 107, passed away at home on Tuesday morning.China continues yellow alert for heavy fog(1)新华社记者 杨冠宇 摄 2月15日。,在海口市。美兰区水秀花园小区,海口市民间灾害应急救援队队员在进。行消毒作业。

Photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows a ceremony marking the completion of the main structure of the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge in southeast Chin。a's Fujian Province. China on Wednesday completed the main structure of th。e world's longest cross-sea road-rail bridge in Fujian. The last steel girder, weighing 473 tonnes, was bolted on the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge, another mega project。 in China, on Wednesday morning. With a staggering span of 16.34 km, the bridge connects Pingtan Island and four nearby islets to the mainland of Fujian Province. (Xinhua/Lin Shanchuan) Front Page Prev Page 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 131313 [ Editor: SRQ ]China confirmed as host of AFC Asian Cup 2023(1)BEIJING, June 26 -- The draft amendment to the environmental protection law, tabled for the second reading Wednesday, has adopted harsher punishment on polluters and highlighted the public's right to know and participate.The bill was submitted to the bi-monthly session of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), which runs from Wednesday to Saturday.The bill adopts harsher punishment on polluters, compared with the version that was tabled for the first reading in August.According to the bill, companies and other organizations, which intentionally escape supervision and discharge pollutants, will be prosecuted if they violate the law. Those, whose activities are not serious enough for criminal prosecution, will be p。unished according to the law on penalties for administration of public security, for instance being put under administrative detention.A new chapter is added to protect the public's right to know concerning environmental information. According to the bill, governments of all levels should publicize environmental information and facilitate the participation of and supervision by citizens and institutions in environmental protection.Polluters are required to publish the information about the pollutants they discharge and how they act to control the pollution.The bill also introduces public interest litigation by authorizing the All-China Environment Federation and its provincial branches to initiate lawsuits against polluters on behalf of the public.Environmental protection in rural areas is also highlighted in the bill. County governments are required to install waste processing facilities in the countryside and efforts should be made to regulate the use of pesticides and fertilizers.Besides harsher punishment, the bill introduces measures to encourage law-abiding and eco-friendly enterprises. The government is urged to offer preferential policies in tax and loans to enterprises that have a good record in reducing pollution and protecting the environment.The attempt to amend the environmental protection law was considered an important part of the country's comprehensive efforts to conserve resources and curb pollution.The law has not been revised since it took effect in 1989. However, over the past two decades, the country has faced worsening pollution problems and the public has become less tolerant about environmental hazards.Multiple Chinese cities were choked by dense smog earlier this year. Beijing's average PM2.5 density in January was 180 micrograms per cubic meter, about 30 percent higher than the level recorded during the same period in 2011, according to meteorological data.At a study session with members of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee in May, President Xi Jinpingpledged that China will not sacrifice the environment for temporary economic growth.Last week, the country's supreme court and procuratorate jointly issued a new judicial explanation that aimed to 。ease difficulties in investigating environmental pollution cases and convicting 。polluters. [Editor: [Prev]Xi stresses adherence to socialism, serving people[Next]CPC leaders take lead in campaign against harmful work styles Run Run Shaw Hong Kong media mogul and philanthropist, aged 107, passed away at home on Tuesday morning.China continues yellow alert for heavy fog(1)新华社记者 杨冠宇 摄 2月15日。,在海口市。美兰区水秀花园小区,海口市民间灾害应急救援队队员在进。行消毒作业。

西湖春景 西湖春景 英国部分地区遭受洪水侵袭 英国部分地区遭受洪水侵。袭 。 南京:满园春色关不住 。2月17日,航拍南京雨花台梅岗盛开的梅花,姹紫嫣红尽显浓浓春意。Photo taken on Sept. 25, 2019 shows a ceremony marking the completion of the main structure of the Pingtan S。trait Road-rail Bridge in southeast China's Fujian Province. China on Wednesday completed the main structure of the world's longe。st cross-sea road-rail bridge in Fujian. The last steel girder, weighing 473 tonnes, was bolted on the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge, anothe。r mega project in China, on Wednesday morning. With a staggering span of 16.34 km, the bridge connects Pingtan Island and four nearby islets to the mainland of Fujian Province. (Xinhua/Lin Shanchuan) Front Page Prev Page 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 131313 [ Editor: SRQ ]China confirmed as host of AFC Asian Cup 2023(1)

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