Transformation of the economic development mode of agriculture under the low-carbon economy background

Huijuan Hao
June 2014
Journal of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Research;2014, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p1898
Academic Journal
With increasingly growing attention being paid to low-carbon economy in recent years, it has become a new trend of the current times. Influenced by the low-carbon economy, the modern agricultural development mode is gradually transformed into the one of sustainable development. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze industrial characteristics of the agricultural economy under the modern low-carbon economy background so as to explore the realistic problems of the low-carbon agricultural economy and further improve the agricultural development mode in our country.


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