How to reduce the carbon footprint of steamed dumplings?

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    Believe or not, globally, the agriculture sector is the second largest source of emissions after the energy sector. China’s agriculture sector accounts for 9 percent of Earth’s farmland, and it supplies 20 percent of the world population’s food demand.

    The steamed dumpling’s ingredients – pork, green onions, and flour – illustrate the structure of the Chinese diet very well.

    This video shows you the path of carbon reduction and eventual realization of carbon neutrality in China’s agriculture sector.

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