Research on the Achievement of New-Type Urbanization of Chongqing Under The Perspective of Low-Carbon Development

Guoping XU

Abstract


Under the perspective of low-carbon development, the comprehensive promotion to new-type urbanization of Chongqing makes a significant meaning to the implementation of  the “314” overall scheme (a development plan about Chongqing includes three locations: the fastest develop area in the west of China, the economic center of middle and upper reaches of Yangtse River, the municipalities with coordinative development of urban-rural area; one goal: take the lead in building a moderately prosperous society in all aspects in the west of China; and four tasks: the construction of socialism new countryside, the reformation of old industrial sites, the construction of harmonious socialist society, the improvement of urban management level), and the realization of the overall mission that includes “scientific development” and “ people in a rich and colorful life”. This research is firstly carding and defining the related conceptions of the low-carbon development and new-type urbanization, then depending on the basic theories and related conceptions between low-carbon development and new-type urbanization to analyze the logical relationship between low-carbon development and new-type urbanization. Last, pointing out that Chongqing now is in a period of fast development of new- type urbanization, through a specific case to summary the achievements about the new-type urbanization of Chongqing under the perspective of the low-carbon development.


Keywords


Low-carbon development; New-type urbanization; Logic relationship; achievements

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6214

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