China signs up to combat forest destruction, but critics say it’s not enough

China is one of more than 100 nations that pledged at the COP26 climate talks this month to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030. But that has not stopped criticism of the country’s role in global deforestation.China’s commercial supply chains lean heavily on so-called forest-risk commodities, or agribusiness materials such as palm oil, soy beans and beef cattle, which involve forest destruction, Rod Taylor, global director of the forests programme at the World Resources…

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