QINGDAO, February 11,China daily -- A Chinese research team has found that greenhouse gas emissions have played an important role in the acceleration of global ocean circulation.

A study by the team from the Institute of Oceanology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences found that the global average ocean circulation has accelerated significantly in the past 20-plus years, which may lead to the reshaping of the global marine environment.

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BEIJING, November 14 -- The China-Europe Forestry Bio-economy Workshop was held in Beijing on November 14, 2019.

China pays high attention to the development of bio-economy, which is one of the important parts in promoting China’s industry upgrading, said Peng Youdong, Deputy Administrator of National Forestry and Grassland Administration of China. China hopes to strengthen cooperation on forestry bio-economy with European economies and International organizations, such as European Forestry Institute, including the cooperation on scientific research and capacity building.

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CHONGQING, August 11, China daily -- A climate expert says that climate change may continue to bring environmental and meteorological risks, especially in 2030 or about 2035.

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BEIJING, July 19, China daily -- Climate modeling shows that a 1.5 °C temperature increase is significantly better than a 2 °C rise but requires greater efforts.

In a joint statement issued with France and the United Nations during the G20 summit in Osaka last month, China committed to enhance its Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement. Prior to that, on April 1, 2019, an international conference for the enhancement of synergistic interaction between the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Copenhagen confirmed that it is imperative to limit the global temperature increase to 1.5 °C above preindustrial levels to meet the goals set in the 2030 Agenda.

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BEIJING, July 11, Xinhua -- China's efforts to clean up the living environment for rural residents are producing encouraging outcomes, an official with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said here Thursday.
More than 80 percent of the country's villages have launched clean-up campaigns since the end of last year, disposing of over 40 million tonnes of garbage, 30 million tonnes of mud in ditches and ponds, and rubble in 40 million locations, said Li Weiguo, an official with the ministry.

The central authorities issued an action plan to clean up rural environment at the end of last year.

China started construction on over 50,000 garbage treatment facilities and 80,000 sewage treatment facilities in rural areas the first half of this year, Li said at a press conference.

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