Friday, January 22, 2016

China's climate adaptation strategy is discussed

A group of Chinese climate experts gathered to talk about China's experience and strategy for climate change adaptation. China has made strides to adapt to global climate change based on scientific research in a well-organized way since 2004, including adjusting the country's agricultural structure as well as controlling soil erosion and the problems of an encroaching desert.
For example, China took advantage of its coldest northeastern region to grow more plants, as the northern boundary of the one-cropping system and winter wheat shifted due to rising outdoor temperatures. Read more at