U.S.-China Environmental Education Foundation Successfully Held Its First International Art Contest with the Theme of Nature and People

On August 15, 2021, the U.S.-China Environmental Education Foundation (UCEEF) hosted its first international art contest on the topic of “Nature and People” with a focus on the essential relationship between humans and nature. In cooperation with the Sharron Art Center and supported by US Education Management, this competition inspired students to be creative and...

U.S.-China Environmental Education Foundation was invited by the U.S. Department of Commerce to share insights into China’s Cleantech Market

China is responsible for 26% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. China set a dramatic goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2060. Therefore, U.S.-China Environmental Education Foundation (UCEEF) was invited by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Commercial Service to introduce China’s cleantech opportunities and various environmental technologies to interested U.S. companies. On June 24th 2021,...

UCEEF Supported ITRC to Host a Petroleum Vapor Intrusion (PVI) Training Session

On June 7, 2018, UCEEF and the US ITRC (Interstate Environmental Technology and Regulations Commission) brought a wonderful training session to the domestic environmental protection community. Because “invasion of volatile gases in the soil” is a relatively new issue in China, whether it is originally a well-known expert in the industry, or an environmental protection researcher or a university student or teacher, everyone is on the same starting line and both are at the same time immersed in earnest listening.

U.S – China Groundwater Cooperation Program

China's "National Groundwater Pollution Prevention Plan (2011-2020)" officially released in October 2011, is China's first programmatic document on groundwater pollution control. According to the Plan, by 2015, China will be able to obtain a good understanding of the groundwater pollution conditions, control groundwater pollution sources, stem the trend of groundwater quality deterioration, and establish a complete groundwater quality monitoring system.

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