Sustainable agriculture in China: then and now

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Blog post by Seth Cook (seth.cook@iied.org)  | Senior Researcher in IIED’s China and Agroecology Teams

This article was originally posted at http://www.iied.org/

China´s food production processes are facing major environmental challenges that are not only specific to china alone but the world at large. In this article the writer notes that, by China adopting sustainable agricultural practices it would gain a lot in terms of improving public health and above all environmental effects it is currently facing.

Several operational models are highlighted and explained  on how they could help promote sustainable agricultural practices in China   For a more detailed analysis, read the whole article HERE

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