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Expo's first zero-carbon pavilion

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posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 02:49 AM
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Expo's first zero-carbon pavilion


www.china.org.cn

Covering an area of 2,500 square meters, ZedPavilion is composed of two connected carbon-neutral buildings.

Inside the four-story buildings, visitors can experience a real zero-carbon life by touring the pavilion's zero-carbon auditorium, restaurant, exhibition hall, and six different zero-carbon show houses, where all the furniture and decoration are carbon-neutral.
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posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 02:49 AM
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"The message we are trying to convey in this case is that through low-carbon development and low-carbon technology, we can make city a better place to live in and a better place to stay," said Chen. "Because in our daily life, city is the source of noise, energy consumption, traffic jams, pollution. We are trying to constitute a future city which can solve all these problems, which makes city a much better life."


Is this the city life of the future?


Chen said that they are initiating a new scheme to build one zero-carbon pavilion in each Chinese city.

"The pavilion will be the milestone or anchor point of when the city is going to zero-carbon, because once the pavilion is built in a city, it will start generating electricity, generating water processing capability and generating waste disposal capabilities. That would set a new model of community and how people make money. Once it makes money for people, it will become popular."


Will the US Greenies, Sierra Clubbers and leftists immigrate to the carbon free zones of China where their environmental impact will be zero?



www.china.org.cn
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[edit on 12/7/10 by plumranch]



posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 03:19 AM
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Haha! Zero Carbon...Yeah!


I wonder how much carbondioxid they produced by building this up?


But also:
China will lead the world to PM motors the next years! A guy from a big company, invented such thing and now the gov tries to build up PMMs in industrial scale...


Peace



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