• Dave Harmon, PW editor

China commits to big upgrade in forest protection by 2035

China plans to expand national forest protection by an area roughly the size of Italy by 2035 as part of a series of environmental commitments for the next decade and a half.

The plan was outlined in guidelines from the State Council and the Communist Party’s Central Committee issued on Tuesday and comes a week after international representatives met in the southwestern city of Kunming to find ways to reverse biodiversity loss.

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