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Wuxi pursues sustainable development

Updated : 2022-08-19
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The rainbow track in the Wuxi Economic Development Zone goes viral online. [Photo provided to wuxi.gov.cn]

Wuxi in East China's Jiangsu province has been pursuing sustainable development to construct a more livable and comfortable environment over the past decade.

Take the Wuxi Economic Development Zone for example. It launched a three-year action plan in 2019 to beautify its roads and rivers. To date, the zone has completed the renovation of nine roads and the treatment of five rivers.

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A bird's eye view of the Wuxi Economic Development Zone. [Photo provided to wuxi.gov.cn]

The zone has also ramped up efforts to construct the Sino-Sweden Low-Carbon Eco-City. So far, a zero-carbon transformer substation has been constructed and three eco-friendly schools are presently under construction.

According to Wang Xian, deputy director of the administrative committee of the Wuxi Economic Development Zone, the Sino-Sweden Low-Carbon Eco-City is expected to be built by the end of 2025.

Zhu Min, deputy director of the information office of the Wuxi municipal government, said at a recent press conference that Wuxi will continue improve its living and natural environment to make the city a model for a beautiful China.


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