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China’s waste sorting push is a new environmental ‘social contract’

Jiang Yifan argues that the Chinese public should use obligatory waste separation as a contract to hold government accountable for its handling of urban waste

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Volunteers help Shanghai residents navigate new waste separation rules. A sign in the background reads: 'Waste sorting is the new fashion' (Image: Xinhua / Alamy)

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