China: What the world’s largest food system means for climate change
In 2021, China’s pork consumption was estimated to be 23.7kg per capita, more than double the world’s average. Image: REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
Sally QiuResearch Associate, The Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University.
Zizhu ZhangMPA, Columbia University
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