South Korea aims to lead the way in making cities around the world low-carbon by sharing innovative examples.
That's according to Gangwon-do Province governor Choi Moon-soon , speaking Thursday at the Korea Carbon Forum.
The two-day event brought together experts from Korea and abroad to discuss how to cut CO-2 emissions at a meaningful rate, and to build sustainable, low-carbon societies.
Choi said countries should work together to build low-carbon cities based on technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
He said Korea will share its experience with other countries including Nepal, Bhutan, Vietnam and Uganda.