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Kunming ranks third in China's green development index

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Kunming ranks the third in China’s green development index, released by China Green Development Index 2011 in Beijing on September 24.

Shenzhen tops all 34 cities which take part in the testing, and Haikou is listed on the second place. The other seven cities within the top ten are Beijing, Hefei, Guangzhou, Dalian, Qingdao, Changsha and Fuzhou.

Besides, Yunnan wins the seventh place in all provinces (municipalities/ autonomous regions) in China in the green development index.

The report was jointly compiled by Beijing Normal University, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics and the National Bureau of Statistics. According to information from an authoritative source, this index system is used for monitoring and measuring green development.

The green development index system consists of three primary indices, namely the greenness of economic growth, the potential of natural resources and environment and support from government policies.

The three primary indices are subdivided into nine secondary indices and more than 50 tertiary indices that measure production and resource utilization efficiency in the process of economic growth, protection of resources and ecosystems, disposal of pollutants, governmental investments and management of green development as well as other aspects.(Editor:Lynn)

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