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The 3rd UN Environment Assembly will be held in Nairobi, Kenya, from December 4 to 6. On the morning of the 3rd, local time, before the UN Environment Assembly, UNEP held a shared cycling tour in the streets of Nairobi to highlight the theme of "moving toward a zero-polluting earth" at the conference.

The morning on the East African plateau is exceptionally sunny and the sky is blue. Outside the Kenya International Convention Center, more than 200 volunteers dressed neatly on a bike ride from China and completed a 3.5-km ride on the streets of Nairobi. Participants are the first time to experience China's shared bike, excitement filled with words. Many people carefully asked about the use of shared bicycles and marvel at the pace of development of the shared economy in China. The "pollution-defeating" cycling event was jointly organized by UNEP and Chinese companies.

"Sharing a bike is very convenient, a great idea for innovation, and a gifted mind." Monagate Walter, director of Kenya's Youth Affairs Office, praised the shared bike from China. He told reporters that sharing bicycles can provide travel convenience for urban residents and reduce automobile exhaust pollution. "Sharing a bicycle to Africa makes sense and the traffic in Nairobi is already very crowded." He said Africa is eager to embrace the new concept of environmental protection and that its cooperation on environmental protection will make Africa's cities smarter and more livable.

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Erik Solheim, UN Under-Secretary General and UNEP Executive Director, told reporters that the emerging shared economy in China is rapidly spreading all over the world and introducing the idea of green travel and environmental protection in a shared bicycle to Nairobi would help Improve infrastructure conditions, make the public more convenient travel. "There are many good practices China has made in promoting the construction of ecological civilization. Sharing cycling is one of them."

Chinese ambassador to Kenya and Permanent Representative to the United Nations Environment Program Liu Xianfa said that sharing bicycles into the United Nations Environment Program is a concrete act of Chinese enterprises for global environmental protection. In the future, more Chinese enterprises and the public will actively engage in global environmental protection In the career.

Hu Weiwei, the founder and president of Motorcycle Cycling, told reporters that this is the first time a motorcyclist has started operations in Africa. It is also the recognition and support of UNEP's concept of "cycling to change the city." It is reported that since its operation in April last year, the motorcycle has provided intelligent shared bicycle service to more than 200 cities in more than 200 cities in more than 200 countries. More than 30 million passengers use it every day to travel.

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