We are committed to promoting green and low-carbon development in urban and rural areas, advocating public participation in climate action and building sustainable communities.
We implement:

Green Rural Project

As a member of the Leadership Council of Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (GACC), which was launched by the United Nations Foundation in 2010, Wang Shi is committed to promoting the implementation of the Clean Cookstove Project in China. In 2017, the C Team project team promoted the pilot use of clean cookstoves by 500 rural households in eight villages in Shaanxi Province to reduce the air pollution caused by unreasonable cookstove structure and insufficient combustion. In 2018, based on the Clean Cookstove Project, C Team launched the “Green Rural” plan, focusing on clean energy and community development in rural areas to make China's rural areas green and livable.
 
In order to better respond to the local needs for developing livelihoods and improving the community, C Team worked closely with Shaanxi Gender Development Solution and Bluetech Clean Air Alliance (BCAA) to jointly promote the Green Rural plan with the community-driven development approach, with supports from Vanke Foundation. Through community training and microfinance projects, it helped improve people’s wellbeing in Nangoumen Village. Joining hands with the rural environmental education program of the Sannong Society (Sannong: agriculture, farmers and rural areas) of Yan’an University, the project is committed to enhancing villagers’ environmental and health awareness so as to improve the village environment jointly with the villagers, and seeking more technical innovation and resources to support integrated applications of clean cooking and heating.
 

Low-Carbon City Support Project

In 2018, C Team's corporate partner iFactory supported Yan'an University to establish an Innovation Lab and a maker community to facilitate the technical personnel training in Yan’an. Guangdong Five Star Solar Energy Co., Ltd. donated 5 solar air collectors to Shimen Township Primary School in Yan'an, to help provide clean heating for the kids. Another corporate partner ROFFAR contracted 200 mu (≈13.33 ha) of orchards in Nangoumen Village in Yan'an to help the local eco-agricultural development.
 
In July 2018, more than 60 Chinese, Japanese and Korean experts attending the 6th East Asia Forum on Climate Change visited the Clean Cookstove Project site in Baoji, Shannxi Province. In September 2018, the Clean Cookstove Project came to the 6th China Charity Fair showcasing its efforts in eco-friendly poverty alleviation with the aid of science and technology.
 
In 2018, many representatives from enterprises, NGOs, research institutions, and government departments of the surrounding districts and counties visited the project site of Nangoumen Village in Yan'an , spreading the project experience to the surrounding districts and counties in the city of Yan'an. Taking Baota District as an example, in 2018, the government provided 27,445 sets of clean cookstoves for residents in the district.
 

Green Rural

Green Rural


We are committed to promoting green and low-carbon development in urban and rural areas, advocating public participation in climate action and building sustainable communities.
We implement:

Green Rural Project

As a member of the Leadership Counc...

Low-Carbon City Support Project

In 2018, C Team& 39;s corporate par...
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