Wu Zhijing

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Email Address: 15556965332@163.com

Country: China

Institution: College of Land and Environment, Shenyang Agricultural University.

Faculty Advisor: Mingda Liu

Program of Study:

Master’s degree in reading; Majoring in Environmental Engineering


Bachelor of Economics, Associate Environmental Engineering Graduate student. Interested in LCA, Ecological Management, Statistical Accounting, Regression Analysis


Climate change is a common global problem. ‘The Paris Agreement’ stipulates that the increase in global temperature should be controlled within 1.5°C-2°C. China is committed to achieving carbon peaks by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060. China is also the most populous developing country, therefore, how to integrate urban-rural development and achieve the dual-carbon goal is a serious challenge.Traditional treatment methods of burning or landfilling the solid wastes such as kitchen waste and livestock manure do not only waste resources and cause secondary pollution, but also lead to the fracture of material metabolism in urban and rural areas. We envisage that using scavengers to convert kitchen waste, livestock and poultry manure into organic fertilizer for farmland. This approach not only reduces carbon emissions during processing, but also promotes carbon sequestration in farmland ecosystems. At the same time, the reproduction of scavengers can be used as a substitute of livestock feeding, ultimately improving the value of the ecosystem services of the system. Accounting for the emission reduction and carbon sequestration of this pattern and selling it to carbon trading institutions, which not only realizes urban-rural transactions, but also improves the income of rural residents. This pattern of “urban emissions, rural absorption, urban-rural transactions, and coordinated development” will certainly plays an important role in the process of achieving rural revitalization and carbon neutrality in China, and will also contributes to the achievement of the goals of the United Nations SDG11 and SDG12.