BEIJING, February 22 -- China's top forestry authority has made plans to boost the forestry industry and set development goals.

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BEIJING, January 19, Xinhua -- China's forestry sector output reached 7.33 trillion yuan (about $1.1 trillion) in 2018, 2.88 percent up from than in 2017, according to the National Forestry and Grassland Administration.

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BEIJING, January 8, Chinadaily -- Pilot program shows that China's policymakers are eager to understand the links between the financial sector and low-carbon development

When the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change concluded in Katowice, Poland, on Dec 14, the world was awaiting signs of hope that the climate change challenge could be met. The encouraging 200-country deal notwithstanding, some reports show that not enough is being done to limit the global temperature increase to 2 degree centigrade, which experts consider necessary to prevent the worst effects of dangerous climate change. In addition, the Donald Trump administration in the United States has rejected climate science and wants to blow off the Paris Climate Agreement, threatening to undermine the international cooperation that is critical to addressing one of the 21st century's most urgent and complex global problems.

Other countries (and US subnational actors), however, have not given up. Policymakers, researchers, and advocacy organizations around the world are pressing forward with the design and implementation of new climate solutions. One of the most promising of which is green finance - the effort to ensure that public and private investments in financial assets are both profitable and environmentally friendly.

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BEIJING, December 26, Xinhua -- The National Forestry and Grassland Administration has helped bring about the anti-poverty cooperation between forestry companies and less developed counties in the country's southern and southwestern regions.

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BEIJING, December 19, Chinadaily -- China will consider regulations on outdoor recreation as it builds and manages national parks, as the parks have become hot destinations for the growing population of sports enthusiasts, experts said at a forum in Shanghai.

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