- China will reduce the amount of homework for schoolchildren. First and second graders cannot be given written exercises at home. Elementary school students should not spend more than an hour completing assignments. The maximum working time at home for middle school students cannot exceed one and a half hours.
- Tesla will open a car battery recycling unit at a plant in Shanghai. The main goal is to reduce the impact of harmful production on the environment. In this case, the raw material from which the batteries are made, can be reused. Other automakers have also begun to explore ways to dispose of their batteries. For example, Volkswagen plans to build a cyclical process that will recycle up to 90% of the components of each battery.
- Employees of the Chinese company JD.com received a salary in digital yuan. The pilot project was launched in five cities where the company has offices. The salary can be transferred to your bank account, spent in the JD.com app or other outlets that accept digital currency.
- China has passed a law on food waste management.
Suppliers catering services can charge customers who leave excessive amounts of food waste for disposal.
China's catering industry consumes about 18 billion kg of food annually.
- China has released guidelines for creating and improving the mechanism of awareness of the value of environmental products among its measures for environmental protection and environmental development.
By 2035, a reliable mechanism of awareness of the value of products will be formed, and green production and environmental life will be widely accepted in the country.