Jilin

Located in northeastern China; second largest city in Jilin province; a traditional northeast industrial base and typical resource-based city;

In 2015, GDP: 24.55 billion yuan; GDP growth rate: 6.4%; per capita GDP: 57,506.1 yuan; tertiary industry as share of total: 44.2%; urbanization rate: 58.50%; rich in shale oil, conventional oil, and coal; forest area (% of land area): 55%;

energy consumption of six energy-intensive industries accounts for over 80% of the energy consumed by all large-scale industries.

Target as reflected in the U.S.-China Climate Leaders Declaration: 

To achieve the peaking of CO2 emissions before 2025;

Develop the resource-saving and environment-friendly society; increase the scale of forest carbon sink,advocating green consumption and the low-carbon lifestyle.