2060 Carbon Neutrality and China’s Food Systems

Event: Rural Prosperity with Carbon Neutrality and Food Security

2060 Carbon Neutrality and China’s Food Systems

24 March 2021
Author / Speaker: 
Kevin Chen, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences/ IFPRI
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In his presentation, Kevin Chen cited options to achieve 2060 carbon neutrality while ensuring food security: improve crop technologies (increase yields, improve fertilizer use efficiency); improve livestock technologies (reduce GHG emissions, improve forage use efficiency; reduce food waste and loss; adjust diets (reduce meat consumption); and combination of these approaches.

Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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