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China–U.S. Regional Sustainable Development Conference
The University of Washington presents a conference to address the social and environmental challenges and opportunities facing urban growth in China and the U.S.
The Workshop is a non-profit university-government-private sector partnership based in Seattle to address the social and environmental challenges and opportunities facing urban growth in China and the U.S. The program has seed funding provided by the U.S. Department of Education through the University of Washington, in cooperation with the State of Washington, King County, and the City of Seattle.
The program introduces practical tools and policies for local sustainable development, as well as expert insight on fundamental differences in politics, social structures, law, and economics of urbanization in the two countries. Participants will have a unique opportunity to work together on solutions to actual development cases they bring to the exchange. Site visits to relevant projects in the Seattle region are also part of the program.
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