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Adverse climate change effects affect Chinese farmers

The extreme weather in China, the world’s top greenhouse gas emitter, was on display last month as U.S. climate envoy John Kerry arrived in Beijing the day China’s hottest-ever temperature — 126 degrees — was recorded in the western region of Xinjiang. Kerry’s visit restarted U.S.-China climate talks that had been suspended since last year but did not produce any breakthroughs. As the planet warms, China’s droughts and floods will become more frequent and intense, said Liu Junyan, the manager of the climate and energy program at Greenpeace East Asia.https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/china-floods-drought-farming-wheat-climate-change-rcna96111

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  • Gorffly mokua

    34 w

    And if no serious action staken,then our future is at risk!

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    • johnte ndeto

      44 w

      Chinese government should be ashamed of themselves and stop living in denial such hazardous events should be taken seriously

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      • Jane Wangui

        44 w

        @johnte_ndeto China should rethink their doing.

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      • zelda ninga

        44 w

        Hoping that the Chinese Government will change there attitude toward climate chamge issues.

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        • Princess

          44 w

          It's unfortunate to see China didn't prioritize efforts to address climate change and here is the outcome .

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          • rosebellendiritu

            44 w

            Devastating scenes there,alot of people are suffering even those not in farming sector.

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            • Annett Michuki..

              44 w

              some of such scenarios could be avoided if the right action is taken

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              • bonke reinhard

                44 w

                Very sorry for Chinese . It shall be well

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                • Grace Njeri

                  44 w

                  @bonke_reinhard It's the high time they style up on how they handle climate issues.

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                • Rashid Kamau

                  44 w

                  It's so simple,they need to plan and act to mitigate climate change.

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                • Peter Kamau

                  44 w

                  The Chinese government's ignorance to take action is to blame for such catastrophes in its own country and elsewhere.It's really sad.

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