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Zhejiang district at forefront of ecological sustainability

An Xin / Ti Gong

A bird’s-eye view of paddy fields in Dinghai District

An answer to global challenges such as climate change, President Xi Jinping has made a commitment to hit CO2 peak emissions before 2030 and for carbon neutrality by 2060.

Amid setting the two goals, how can the dark horse of low-carbon development – the countryside – activate the “green gene” and help China do a good job?

On the East China Sea, in the southwest of Zhejiang Province’s Zhoushan Archipelago, Dinghai District is at the forefront of the challenges of climate change and sea level rise.

Although it is different from inland countryside in China, the district with 128 islands is on the road to “turning danger into opportunity” and taking the lead in “exploring the way” to build a net-zero carbon countryside.

Zhejiang district at forefront of ecological sustainability

An Xin / Ti Gong

Students use recycled materials to make handicrafts.

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