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Sustainable agriculture and food security
Projecting changing population and human capital in China
Terrestrial carbon management in China
Tackling climate change and sustainable energy sources
Applying network analysis to study urban metabolism in Chinese cities
Developing strategies to clean up China’s air
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Qingxu Huang shares insights from a recent article published in Nature Scientific Data on updating global urbanization projections under future scenarios of socioeconomic and climate change. The study was conducted in collaboration with Raya Muttarak from the IIASA Population and Just Societies Program.
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