Tag Archives: Centre for Chinese Agricultural Policy

New Rules for China’s War on Terror?

China still lacks national anti-terror legislation, but do laws really matter in an authoritarian state and in a region as militarized as Xinjiang?

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China’s Farmers Innovate to Adapt to Climate Change

  The film “Planting for Change” tells the story of how farmers in Guangxi and Yunnan provinces have responded to climatic adversity by using their own innovations and biocultural heritage – and by improving this heritage by working with scientists on participatory plant breeding projects.   For the past three years, this region, which is rich in biocultural heritage and landscape beauty, has been …

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