WTBU was approved as a key consulting project of the Chinese Academy of Engineering


Recently, the scientific research project Research on the Path of Water Ecological Environment Governance in the Low-Carbon Perspective declared by Wuhan Technology and Business University has been approved as a key consulting research project of the Wuhan Branch of the Hubei Research Institute of China Engineering Science and Technology Development Strategy in 2022. The project leader is Wei Fusheng, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and academician and expert workstation of WTBU. There are a total of 25 units approved for the project in Hubei Province in 2022, and WTBU is the only unit approved for this project among similar universities in Hubei Province.

China Engineering Science and Technology Development Strategy Hubei Research Institute is a non-profit academic institution and a regional think tank for engineering science and technology.

According to Liu Fang, the executive team leader of the project and the executive deputy director of the school's scientific research department, the scientific research team composed of the School of Artificial Intelligence and the School of Environmental and Bioengineering, under the guidance of Academician Wei Fusheng, the project deeply analyze the source types and causes of water ecological pollution in Wuhan, and conduct research from multiple dimensions, such as carbon reduction at the source, carbon replacement in the process, and carbon sequestration at the end.

Academician Wei Fusheng, the project leader, put forward specific requirements and expectations for the project. He said that country's ecological civilization construction has entered a strategic direction focusing on carbon reduction. Wuhan, as a city of hundreds of lakes, has Waterfront city features. The project team should study typical cases of water ecological governance at home and abroad, combined with the characteristics of water resources in Wuhan, through in-depth research on relevant government departments, enterprises and institutions, open doors for consultation, and often hold expert consultation meetings to collect data and existing problems.