During the G20 summit in Argentina, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian and UN chief Antonio Guterres, vowing to build a low-carbon society and pursue sustainable development. Last week, China issued a report on its policies and actions on climate change. Officials say the country cut its carbon emissions per unit of GDP by about 46 percent last year, higher than the 40 to 45 percent goal set for 2020. Green and sustainable energies, such as solar, geothermal and wind power, are greatly encouraged, especially in the vast rural areas. And China has the largest area of man-made forests in the world.
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