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CAE project on rural revitalization in cotton areas of China holds acceptance meeting

  • Published: Aug 26, 2021
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On July 28, 2021, the final acceptance meeting for CAE's consulting project Research on Green Development and Modernization Strategy for Rural Revitalization in Cotton Areas of China was held at Zhejiang Agriculture&Forestry University in Hangzhou. The nine-member review team composed of CAE members and relevant experts such as Hu Peisong, Zhang Xinyou and Li Peiwu, the project leader CAE member Yu Shuxun, and more than 30 experts from over 10 organizations including the Office of Agriculture Division of Department One of CAE, Institute of Cotton Research of CAAS, Zhejiang University, Hebei Agricultural University, Xinjiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Shandong Academy of Agricultural Science, Hubei Academy of Agricultural Science, Liaoning Research Institute of Cash Crops and Hunan Cotton Science Institute attended the meeting.


Professor Song Guoli of the project team gave a report on the project work and comprehensive research results. The review team said they believe the project team has systematically studied the development status, production and management system, social service system, mechanized planting and rural living environment in  China's cotton industry, and systematically analyzed the main problems and constraints in green development and industrial modernization in China's cotton industry; the project team summarized the experience of revitalizing green development and modernization in China's cotton areas in stages, and has proposed a series of countermeasures to realize the prosperity of the cotton industry through technology and policy support. The review team unanimously agreed that the project team's research is systematic and extensive, and its proposal is clear in direction, highly feasible in operation, forward-looking and strategic. The team found that the project has fully completed the planned task indicators, provided standard organization and management, and used funds scientifically and reasonably. On that basis, the review team agreed to approve the final acceptance.