Sharing China's sustainable development lessons and practices helps developing countries deliver economic development with better social and environmental outcomes.

Harvesting leaves from a forest in Hunan, China (Photo: Simon Lim)

Facing multiple environmental and development challenges simultaneously, China has become a laboratory of sustainable development experiments. Supporting and sharing lessons from these experiences can help other developing countries cope with increasingly scarce resources and rapid environmental change.

Equally, China will become a more effective and responsible agent of change in global development processes if it is able to learn from the experience of other countries.

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