Ecology
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The environmental problems plaguing the Qilian Mountains are fueled by the local government’s thirst for economic growth.
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Plastic Waste: A Tall Hill to Climb

As many new varieties of plastic waste emerge, the government needs to issue new restrictive regulations on plastic products.
27.08.2018 — 483 views
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Green Development :Ecological Governance with Chinese Characteristics

Ecosystem: Bedrock of Human Development On the surface, a country’s ecosystem is similar to a person’s physical appearance or health, demonstrating morphology. But in nature, it...
09.08.2018 — 550 views
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River Chief Scheme

From “first-aid treatment” for the water pollution crisis separately performed by some local governments to a unified national approach, the river chief system has proved an eff...
09.08.2018 — 283 views
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The Yangtze River:All-out Protection Efforts

After decades of exploitation, the conflict between development interests and protection interests along the Yangtze River has reached a climax, and the river’s ecological envir...
09.08.2018 — 428 views
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09.08.2018 — 269 views

New Energy for Global Transformation


Tireless efforts over more than a decade have resulted in stunning achievements in China’s new energy development. The country has realized a structural transformation as it shifts from traditional...
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Green Finance: China’s Global Impact

Considering the improved policies and growing market, China’s green finance is usually considered a glowing success story. But challenges remain for expanding and harmonizing gr...
08.08.2018 — 406 views
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Tracking China’s Ecological Progress with Numbers

As harmonious coexistence between human and nature actually becomes reality, a brand new scroll of green China is unrolling in front of
08.08.2018 — 255 views
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Plastic Waste:A Tall Hill to Climb

As many new varieties of plastic waste emerge, the government needs to issue new restrictive regulations on plastic products.
01.08.2018 — 186 views
Against Extinction: Protecting Chinese Sturgeons in the Yangtze River

Mainly living in the Yangtze River and nearby sea waters, Chinese sturgeons have been a rare species which is dubbed "underwater panda".  Now the researchers are dedicated to pr...
19.07.2018 — 198 views

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