Soil Conversation in China
research-based review and critique of China’s soil and
conservation efforts. With the United States planning to remove themselves from
the Paris accord on Climate Change, China has appeared to be the leader
spearheading the campaign for soil conservation. Although many have praised
China for investing in wind-power solutions, the toxic state of China’s soil is often
overlooked. The article is primarily focused on investigating the issue that China’s
farmland is currently facing with the level of pollutants such as cadmium
impacting food safety. Following the relevant data analysis, I would like to propose
a solution for the government to help curtail the issue. The overall goal is to
educate conservationists on a current global science and policy concern.
Author may choose to include up to five figures, images, or tables in their articles.
The figures and images should be submitted as JPEG or EPS files, at least 300
figures, images, and tables should have descriptive captions and be