Featuring Mr Jonathan Woetzel, McKinsey Global Institute Director and Senior Partner, McKinsey & CompanyApplicants: 5
Mr Woetzel begins this exchange with a talk about sustainable urban infrastructure with Chinese characteristics, reviewing urban initiatives to realize sustainability, including the commitment of cities globally to net zero in carbon, new paradigms for urban living, development of city clusters, EV infrastructure and other innovations. Antai Professor Yin Haitao then joins Woetzel to discuss China's commitment to carbon neutrality, with focus on how businesses in China can align with national initiatives. The two also discuss power shortages in China and the reasons behind them. They close answering questions from the audience, on matters including advice for young people at early career stages.
This session provides an overview of commitments made to achieve sustainability both in China and the world at large. Possibilities and pathways to carbon neutrality, and innovative business models of urban development in China are also discussed.
This session further discusses China's commitment to carbon neutrality and how business in China should react to align with the national initiatives. Advice for young professionals is also offered at the end of the dialogue.
This session opens the floor to audience for questions. Interesting discussions, opinions and considerations can be enjoyed in the follow-up Q&As.