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          CHINA >> Environment

          China's first 'ecological county' Anji pursues green growth

          The dense bamboo forests and lush tea plantations that surround Anji, a county in East China's Zhejiang Province, first gained fame 20 years ago as the setting for the Oscar-winning movie Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/11/10 0:41:17

          BRI hydropower projects around the world focus on green construction, operation

          Since the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was proposed in 2013, China has invested and constructed more than 80 hydropower projects globally across six continents. While helping different regions raise standards of living and stimulate their economies, these projects also demonstrate the concept of "green development" in their design, construction and operation procedures.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/11/5 20:13:40

          Miracle in Yucun: how heavily polluted village turned itself green

          Yucun village in East China's Zhejiang Province is now a popular tourist attraction that is hailed as one of the most beautiful Chinese villages, attracting thousands of visitors each day with its fresh air, clear rivers and lush mountains. The 4.86-square-kilometer village has been praised as a “natural oxygen bar” and an ideal place for a weekend escape.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/11/4 2:44:37

          Remote sensing satellites help China monitor environment amid COVID-19

          Satellites remote sensing technology is helping China to continue to monitor the environment during the COVID-19 pandemic, breaking through restrictions on travel, gatherings and past lockdowns.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/11/1 23:46:17

          China begins sharing year-around data from the Lancang River with Mekong river countries

          China has initiated an information sharing platform and officially started sharing year-around hydrological data collected from the upper reaches of the Mekong River - known at the Lancang River in China - with downstream countries on Monday, keeping a promise made by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the 3rd Lancang-Mekong Cooperation (LMC) Leaders' Meeting on August 24.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/11/1 22:52:38

          Chinese environment authorities refute US smears, call for US to take responsibility

          US attacks on China's contribution to protecting the environment and tackling global climate change are based purely on political purposes, and the US should take responsibility as a big power in global environment and climate affairs, said officials from China's environment authority.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/10/29 2:55:49

          Region outraged at Fukushima water plan

          Regional countries have been outraged by Japan's potential move to discharge Fukushima contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean, which intensified over the weekend after a report saying that the 1 million ton of radioactive water could damage human DNA.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/10/26 21:03:40

          Vitality of Chinese economy to provide opportunities for Pacific island countries in post-pandemic era: Chinese Ambassador to Solomon Islands

          China and Solomon Islands have built diplomatic relations for one year. The two sides have carried out exchanges and cooperation in various fields and achieved fruitful outcomes. The Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Solomon Islands held an opening ceremony on September 21, launching a new chapter in the relations between the two countries. At the same time, the development of the bilateral relationship has received pressure from both inside and outside Solomon Islands. Recently, the Global Times (GT) reporter Shan Jie interviewed Li Ming (Li), Chinese Ambassador to Solomon Islands, to talk about his observations and feelings in promoting China-Solomon Islands relations.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/10/13 18:02:01

          Rare snow leopards spotted in NW China's Qilian Mountains

          Two rare snow leopards have been spotted in the eastern end of Qilian Mountains in Qinghai Province for the first time, indicating a wider distribution area of the protected animal, reported the Xinhua News on Wednesday. A snow leopard research team of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) said one of its infrared cameras captured footage of two snow leopards playing in a national park in the east end of the Qilian Mountains on September 4, which the team leader said is “of great significance.” Lian Xinming, associate researcher of the Northwest Institute of Plateau Biology at CAS, said the discovery extends the distribution area of snow leopards to the easternmost edge of the Qilian Mountains.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/10/8 18:57:31

          China's carbon neutrality goal to advance global schedule by 5-10 years

          China has vowed to achieve carbon neutrality before 2060, a huge challenge and responsibility for the world's largest developing country to commit to as part of global society to lead green development, and the bold target may advance the schedule for global carbon neutrality by 5-10 years, environmental experts said Sunday.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/9/27 22:03:40

          Environment ministers, agencies stress multilateralism, cooperation on biodiversity conservation amid COVID-19 pandemic

          China's minister of environment and ecology called on the world to work together to mobilize resources for biodiversity conservation and sustainable use during an online round table conference on biodiversity, on Thursday.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/9/25 18:54:23

          Beijing mulls punishments for destruction of ecological preservation zone by area

          Beijing plans to establish punishments for the destruction of ecological conservation zones by area, with a maximum penalty of 5,000 yuan ($733) per square meter, which experts said is a strict and practical regulation that could set an example and be promoted in more parts of China.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/9/25 1:16:48

          Beijing zoo steps up measures against uncivilized behaviors

          Beijing zoo has adopted a smart monitoring system along with other measures to detect uncivilized behaviors, after a video of tourists feeding grass to wolves at the zoo drew a backlash on the internet. Those with severe violations will be added to a blacklist, Beijing News reported on Thursday.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/9/24 16:48:40

          Researchers date when ancient birds, feathered dinosaurs began to molt

          When did ancient birds and feathered dinosaurs start to molt, and how? Researchers from China and Israel have jointly unveiled the mystery.
          Source: Xinhua | 2020/9/23 10:58:16

          Infographic: Tibet Autonomous Region sees substantial development owing to favorable policies, national aid

          From September 1 to 9, 1965, the First Session of the First People's Congress of Tibet was held. At this session, Tibet Autonomous Region was founded after almost a decade of preparation.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/9/8 19:18:40

          Domestic anti-virus vaccine on public view for 1st time

          Chinese people's confidence in domestic COVID-19 vaccines has grown higher as two Chinese companies presented their candidate vaccines at this year's China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) in Beijing over the weekend, which demonstrates the country's leading position in pharmaceutical research against the deadly pandemic and would also help promote domestic COVID-19 vaccines in the international market, experts said.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/9/6 23:38:40

          Endangered monkeys retrieve paradise in China's karst village

          In the city of Chongzuo, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, limestone peaks jut up from lush sugarcane fields, where the farmers love to keep an eye for white-headed langurs, one of the rarest primates on Earth.
          Source: Xinhua | 2020/9/2 9:25:33

          China seeks to manage supply of horseshoe crab's indispensable blood in race to develop COVID-19 vaccines

          Declining number of horseshoe crabs - the alien-looking marine creature with blue blood containing ancient immunity properties that are an essential to develop a COVID-19 vaccine - has scientist, pharmaceutical companies, NGOs and local governments worried.
          Source: Global Times | 2020/8/28 3:18:40

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