The JUCCCE China Energy Forum is one of the highest-level cross-sector, cross-border conferences on sustainable technologies, bringing together top leaders from government, business and academia to discuss clean energy topics.
In 2010, a coalition came together during the Shanghai EXPO to demonstrate the concept of reuse on a large scale. In 2011, building materials from 9 pavilions were used to build a new school instead of being thrown in a landfill.
Stone Soup Global Leadership is a new model of collaborative leadership helping society adapt to today’s global challenges which are more cross-sector, more cross-border, at a larger scale, and which require a faster response.
JUCCCE is helping create a generation of sustainable leaders. Today’s global problems require coordinated collaboration across a variety of organizations, sectors, and geographies. JUCCCErs are ready to lead the way!
Working with corporate, celebrity, and university volunteers, JUCCCE swapped 130,000 incandescent light bulbs with more energy efficient compact fluorescents. Today, China is a global leader in LED innovation.
Dream-in-a-Box is a 7-step regional process for co-creating and retelling a new sustainable prosperity. JUCCCE is using the Dream-in-a-Box framework to reshape sustainability and transform desire throughout China.
In 2010, JUCCCE went to Mongolia to investigate alternative heating solutions for rural schools that relied on chopping live wood to heat their classrooms. Our report led to the creation of Mongolia’s first green building council.
From New York to Seoul, JUCCCE looks for international best practices to share with Chinese leaders. China's leaders have target incentives to go green but often lack sufficient capability and knowledge-based resources.
The HeYue City civic engagement appplication lets citizens voice their suggestions on solutions for areas of improvement in their community and allows local governments to see the top-rated solutions to take into consideration for action.
‘A New Way to Eat’ addresses growing health and environmental concerns by teaching Chinese kids how to eat in a way that is good for them and good for the planet through a new eating framework and primary school food curriculum.