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Ensuring food security and reducing resource and environmental costs are the long-term goals of the Chinese government, and it is also an important challenge for achieving the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the green development of China's agriculture
Recently, the research team of Ma Lin, a researcher at the Agricultural Resources Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and domestic and foreign collaborators conducted a systematic quantitative analysis on the above-mentioned problems
The research combines the partial-equilibrium model with the multi-index correlation analysis method of “food-land-water-nutrients-GHGs nexus” (food-land-water-nutrients-GHGs nexus) to analyze China’s future global The status of the agricultural trade market, quantify the trade-off relationship between agricultural production and trade, and evaluate its sustainability
The research results were published on Nature Sustainability under the title of China's future food demand and its implications for trade and environment
The demand, production and trade trends of China's agricultural products under the Baseline Scenario (BAU)
(This article is reprinted by "Food Science Network", the article is from the Chinese Academy of Sciences
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