EcoPartnerships - China and the U.S. Partnering for Success
The EcoPartnerships program brings together Chinese and U.S. entities from the public, private, and civic sectors to create mutual economic and environmental benefits.
EcoPartnerships elevate sub-national efforts to international prominence. The EcoPartnerships program is the only program of its kind, bringing together valuable networks of private sector investment, state and local expertise, and high-level policymakers in both the U.S. and Chinese government.
EcoPartnerships are established to advance energy security, economic growth, and environmental sustainability, and address climate change, by encouraging voluntary, cooperative partnerships at the sub-national level.
Visit our “ Becoming an EcoPartner” webpage to learn how to submit an application.
The EcoPartners gather with Secretary Hillary Clinton, Minister Xie Zhenhua, Special Envoy for Climate Change Todd Stern, Assistant Secretary for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs Kerri-Ann Jones, and Special Representative for Global Intergovernmental Affairs Reta Jo Lewis (Department of State, May 10, 2011)