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Features & Analyses
- Eco-problems from Three Gorges Project highlighted
A group of senior officials and experts gathered in central China's Wuhan City in late September to discuss environmental and ecological issues related to the Three Gorges Dam Project.
Project introduction | Ecological threats | Relocation program
- Tropical storms hit south and east China
Tropical storms Wipha and Francisco, potentially the most destructive ones in a decade, slammed into China's southern and eastern coastal provinces and cities in early autum this year.
Interview | Extreme weathers | Government response
- The Green, Green Grass of Home
Inner Mongolia constitutes a quarter of China's total grasslands. But today the grasslands are no longer open range. The swelling human and animal population has put pressure on the fragile ecological system.
Interviews | Brief Survey | 60th Anniversary
- Anhui Rivers, Lakes Crying for Help
SEPA announced in early July that no more new industrial projects would see the light of day in several cities and industrial parks lying on four major rivers to halt the spread of pollution.
Background | Government Response | Progress
- Drought Affects 7.5m People
While much of the country has been inundated by the worst rains of the year, widespread and prolonged drought is plaguing the northern, northeastern and southern regions.
Background | Government Response | Progress
- Paulson Impressed by Green Efforts
US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson saw for himself yesterday efforts to reverse environmental degradation around China's largest inland saltwater lake, taking the spotlight off currency tensions for a day.
Background | Tour Qinghai Lake | Force of Nature
- Glaciers Melting at Alarming Speed
The Tibetan and Xinjiang glaciers -- the major source of Asia's biggest rivers -- have melted by up to an alarming 17 percent at certain spots in the past four decades.
- 18.7b Yuan Earmarked to Fight Desertification in Xinjiang
China plans to invest 18.7 billion yuan (about US$2.46 billion) in the next eight years to try to roll back desertification in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, the regional government announced Tuesday.
- Captive-Bred Panda Dies in the Wild
Xiang Xiang, the first captive-bred giant panda to be set free into the wild was found dead on February 19 this year, but released the news for the first time on May 31. Zoologists are convinced that Xiang Xiang died due to injuries sustained falling from a high place while fighting for food with other wild giant pandas.
- Hot in the City: Beijing Summer Arrives
This year is the earliest summer in Beijing since 1971. Records show that since 2000, summer generally arrives in the capital in middle or late May. Before 2000, the season started even later.
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Air Quality 
Cities Major Pollutant Air Quality Level
Beijing particulate matter III2
Shanghai particulate matter III1
Guangzhou nitrogen dioxide III1
Chongqing particulate matter III1
Xi'an particulate matter II
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NGO Events Calendar Tips
- Hand in hand to protect endangered animals and plants
- Changchun, Mini-marathon Aimed at Protecting Siberian Tiger
- Water Walk by Nature University
- Green Earth Documentary Salon
- Prof. Maria E. Fernandez to Give a Lecture on Climate Change
UN meets on climate change
The UN Climate Change Conference brought together representatives of over 180 countries and observers from various organizations.
Panda Facts
A record 28 panda cubs born via artificial insemination have survived in 2006.
South China Karst
Rich and unique karst landforms located in south China display exceptional natural beauty.
Saving the Tibetan Antelopes
The rare animals survive in the harsh natural environment of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.
Laws & Regulations
- Forestry Law of the People's Republic of China
- Meteorology Law of the People's Republic of China
- Fire Control Law of the People's Republic of China
- Law on Protecting Against and Mitigating Earthquake Disasters
- Law of the People's Republic of China on Conserving Energy
State Environmental Protection Administration
Ministry of Water Resources
Ministry of Land and Resources
China Environmental Industry Network
Chengdu Giant Panda Research Base
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