What does a sustainable school look like?
Ms. Pan Jingfang is JianQing Experimental School principal. She has been working in education field for more than 24 years, has been called “young old schoolmaster” by others. Former school master of Shanghai Tianshan Middle School and The High School Affiliated to East China University of Political Science and Law.
JianQing Experimental School was founded in 1939 as JianQing Middle School, it became one of the key schools of Changning district after 1949. After approval of Shanghai city and Changning district education bureaus in 1984, the original school campus has been moved to Hongqiao Road and then structured together with a primary school and a kindergarten in the same neighbourhood, it became the unique experimental school in Shanghai, which has kindergarten department, primary school department and middle school department.
The network GENIUS promotes the creation of sustainable buildings, such as smart school buildings, in China. It offers Chinese building owners, decision-makers and public administration representatives support to upgrade the architectural and engineering design of buildings by introducing cutting-edge sustainable project management approaches from Europe. The GENIUS project is part of the BMBF campaign “Building the City of Tomorrow” https://www.research-in-germany.org and is funded by the German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF).
This Video is presented to you by the “Competence Centre for Sustainable Building in China“ (CCSBC).
Our approach is to contribute to the acceptance and implementation of energy efficient and sustainable construction in China. To reach this goal, a practice-oriented competence centre for sustainable building will impart knowledge about sustainable building standards and answer demands from building owners, planners, manufacturers of building materials, local authorities and political decision-makers.
The project has the objective to establish a “Competence Centre for Sustainable Building in China” within the public-private partnership (PPP) framework for energy-efficient and sustainable building between GIZ and the consulting firms LUWOGE (represented in China by SoftGrid) and energydesign. The goal is to advance planning and construction practices in China to achieve more sustainable and liveable working and living spaces.