China Forestry advocates development and utilization of forest-based ecological energy

March 2013
International Forestry Review;2013 CFA Newsletter, p18
The article focuses on issues concerning the forestry sector in China. It highlights the move of China Forestry Holdings Co. Ltd., a private operator of naturally regenerated and plantation forests in the country, to advocate the development and utilization of forest-based ecological energy. Information on the 2013 China Energy Strategy Summit is presented.


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