Xi: China to stay committed to promoting ecological conservation

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China will stay committed to promoting ecological conservation, actively engage in international cooperation on climate, and jointly work for a complete transition to a greener economy and society, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Monday.

Xi made the remarks in a video speech at the 2022 World Economic Forum virtual session.

Following the idea of “lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets,” the country has carried out holistic conservation and systematic governance of its natural resources, including mountains, rivers, farmlands and deserts, Xi noted.

“We do everything we can to conserve the ecological system, intensify pollution prevention and control, and improve the living and working environment for our people,” Xi added.

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