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Maybe many people have a question, what is the relationship between manufacturing industry's "green and low-carbon" and ordinary people? In fact, "green manufacturing" has deeply participated in our lives. For example, if you buy a new car, it may be new energy; The new clothes I just bought are made with new low-carbon technologies; The straw used when drinking milk tea is also made of degradable materials. Many of the products that are closely related to us in our daily life are the embodiment of green manufacturing.

The energy consumption per unit of added value of China's industries above designated size will decline by 5.6% in 2021, based on a 16% decline in the 13th Five Year Plan period. Energy consumption is an important indicator to measure emission reduction. Among the 5.6% of this further decline, there are not only efforts to resolutely reduce the output of crude steel and eliminate backward production capacity, but also breakthroughs in advanced technology research and development and the transformation and upgrading of traditional industries.

Over 8 trillion yuan, which is the current output value of China's energy conservation and environmental protection industry, and its annual growth rate is more than 10%. More and more enterprises are launching energy-saving solutions for green transformation of production and life.

2783 green factories, 223 green industrial parks, 296 green supply chain enterprises, key industries and important fields are accelerating the green transformation, and the green manufacturing system is gradually taking shape.

More than 20000 green products and more than 2000 energy-saving technology and equipment products have been promoted in the name of the country. The express packaging has green certification, and the new energy automobile industry system is becoming increasingly perfect... The concept of health and environmental protection is becoming an important factor affecting young people's consumption.