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Report & Review
- Blizzards cost China's tourism sector US$1 bln
- UN praises China's swift response to snow disaster
- Green efforts highlighted in Guangdong
- Snow ravage causes US$2.25b loss in forestry sector
- Winter storm to continue: forecaster
- Country battles fierce weather
- Coal shortages cut more power plants in China
- Green measures emphasized in development
- Deserts shrinks, erosion risk lingers
- Coal shortage causes short supply of power
- Beijingers annoyed by pollution - report
- Chinese planted 2.27 bln trees voluntarily in 2007
- Coastal areas still facing severe pollution: report
- Yangtze suffers lowest water level in records
- Western countries 'outsourcing pollution'
- No instance of armed poaching of Tibetan antelopes
- Half of new buildings fail energy standards
- Media supervision wrestles with environment violations
- 'City of Ice' feels effect of global warming
- Daqing Oilfield meets output target for 2007
- Weather warriors on alert
- White paper on energy
- 'Violation cost' to be raised for water polluters
- Banks may hold key to meeting green goals
- China's green efforts praised
- Shanghai moves closer to achieving environment goals
- China sees 7,800-plus forest fires from Jan.-Nov.
- Water quality degraded in Bali's tourism areas
- Climate policies undermine strategies to alleviate global poverty
- 'Silver lining' to climate change: UNEP
- UK must bear some responsibility for climate change
- UN official hails China for efforts in saving forest
- Prompt actions urged to adapt to climate change
- Climate change may wipe some Indonesian islands off map
- UN urges vigilance in fight against bird flu
- China urged to play lead role in 'saving our planet'
- Put poorest at the center of the fight against climate change
- Rich nations should help Asia to go green
- Save energy to 'reduce' climate woes: WWF
- New rating system can boost green buildings
- Growth hit by water shortages: official
- Dam impact 'less than predicted'
- MNCs urged to better know investment destinations
- Efforts urged on population, environment development
- Ecology vital for scientific outlook of development
- Giant panda births down in 2007
- Pilot project to assess environmental impact
- Four most desirable cities to live in
- UNEP lauds 'greening' of Olympics by China
- Green performance goals may decide careers
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
Most Read
-China warned of severe sandstorms, droughts
-Pearl River Delta taps underground water
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-China calls for adherence to Kyoto Protocol
-Plants and Animals in China
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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