His green promises turned into actions

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Extreme weather and global warming… These are among the signs of a planet in a crisis of survival. #XiJinping has been very vocal about the need to heed Nature’s warnings and protect the #environment. The Chinese president has backed his words with actions designed to help the world pursue a path of green development, with the result that China is now leading the way in such areas as renewable energy use, and afforestation.

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