What Does China’s “No.1 Central Document” Say About Climate Change?
An unprecedented framing of agriculture and rural development in the context of climate change, a “prominent challenge”
For the last two decades, the yearly “No.1 Central Document” — the first official document jointly released by China’s top party and state bodies after the Chinese New Year holiday — has talked about the “three rural issues” of agriculture, rural areas, and farmers.
This year’s document, released on February 22, is no exception. It outlines the key tasks…
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