Virtual Ocean Dialogues 2021

There's a growing focus on ocean resilience in China – and the positive impacts could be global

Haixi, Qinghai, China. Photo: 泽新 李 on Unsplash

Over half of China’s population lives on the coast and the demographic is responsible for 60% of national GDP. Image: 泽新 李 on Unsplash

Guo Jingjing
Olympic diving champion; Ambassador, Key Connect; Ocean Program Director, Global Green Technology Center (GGTC), China, Member of Friends of Ocean Action
Su Jilan
Academician at Chinese Academy of Science, Director, Second Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, Member of Friends of Ocean Action
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