Our Post APEC Trip to China: Promoting Green Initiatives

In this week's video, Xiabing embarks on a journey across China to engage with officials and business leaders, aiming to inspire future collaborations on green initiatives. She is accompanied by the founder and CEO of KraneShares, Jonathan Krane, former US ambassador to China, Terry Branstad, and former US ambassador to Singapore and KraneShares General Counsel, David Adelman.

Following positive dialogues between the US and China at the highest level during the APEC conference in San Francisco, this visit by KraneShares marked the first American delegation to China post-conference. The team discussed diverse areas of potential cooperation between the two nations, specifically focusing on green initiatives that address climate issues such as carbon markets, food security, renewable energy, and people-to-people exchanges.

Join Xiabing as she and her colleagues discuss the vast opportunities for collaboration between the US and China on green initiatives, highlighting China's receptive stance towards business.

The US-China Green Institute is a nonprofit founded by Jonathan Krane, Terry Branstad, and David Adelman to work across the Pacific in both the US and China on climate change and green initiatives.

This video is for informational purposes only and is meant to serve as an update on KraneShares and its members’ recent activity. This video does not seek to market any outside businesses or nonprofits that KraneShares members are affiliated with, nor does it serve as a solicitation of new business or donations of any kind.