World Environment Day: Time to heal ecosystems

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World #Environment Day is around the corner. The theme for 2021, “#Ecosystem Restoration,” is set to kick off a decade of initiatives to breathe a new life into natural habitats covering billions of hectares. As the world’s biggest investor in renewable energy sources, China has made environmental protection a priority and has been walking the talk on its carbon neutrality pledge. That’s a commitment to peak emissions by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. Chinese President #XiJinping reaffirmed China’s commitment to climate action at the Leaders’ Summit in April. All eyes are now on the UN Biodiversity Conference, also known as COP15, set to take place in the Chinese city of Kunming in October. What’s next for China’s efforts against climate change and biodiversity losses?

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