China must promote green growth in B&R initiative

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BEIJING (China), Sept 18 (APP): China has made considerable progress in fostering green industrial development in a number of cities along the route of the Belt and Road (B&R) Initiative, testifying to the country’s commitment to green growth and laying the groundwork for greening the B&R initiative. At a seminar in Dunhaung, Northwest China’s Gansu Province, Si Jianhua, a research fellow at the Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), stated that the Silk Road Economic Belt, one of B&R’s two main prongs, traverses four major inland rivers where China has proved its capacity for preventing flooding and fighting desertification, as well as making it clear that China is more technologically advanced than most countries along the route of the B&R in this aspect. In fact, China has already been providing certain countries along the route of the B&R with cistern and water purification facilities, according to Si. It’s noteworthy that the push for ecological protection is not just

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