About JUCCCE

JUCCCE is a non-profit creating a liveable China because environmental disaster is the biggest issue facing China, and the world. China's massive migration into new cities, industry's thirst for energy, and boom of its consumer class threaten to deplete the world's natural resources and leave our children with an uninhabitable planet.

We seek out the best people and bring them together to create innovative solutions. We search the world for solutions that can scale up in China at gigascale, gigapace, and low cost. We have a talent for focusing on China's "acupuncture points" to accelerate the greening of China.

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JUCCCE's high level government leadership training has taught over 850 mayors and central government officials new ways to build sustainable and ecolivable cities.

By speaking to people's hearts and humanizes sustainability, we engage and develop new sustainability champions.

JUCCCE's China Dream initiative draws people to live more sustainably by visualizing a compelling picture of how we can build a livable China we are proud of. We are reimagining prosperity, retelling the story of sustainably to transform desire.

Our A New Way to Eat program teaches primary school children in China how to eat in a way that is good for them and good for the planet.

JUCCCE's Pollution Survival Guide creates awareness of how to protect your health in the midst of unlivable levels of air pollution.

JUCCCE (Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy) was founded in 2007 from the first public dialogues between US and Chinese government officials on clean energy.

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TESTIMONIALS
We need to find ways to get consumers, organizations and governments to work together to solve our energy problems, and JUCCCE will provide the vehicle to make this happen.           

- Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin Group, & JUCCCE Honorary Committee Member -

JUCCCE is impressive. Its talented team focuses on projects that matter, helping tackle China's clean energy challenges at the ground level.

- David Sandalow, Assistant Secretary, US Dept. of Energy -