Health Green Living
- Rabies poses major health threat: Govt
- Traffic noise linked with blood pressure: study
- China issues 1st warrant for A/H1N1 flu vaccination
- A/H1N1 cases in colleges, high schools growing
- HK reserves antiviral treatment for high risk flu patients
- Small peptide found to stop lung cancer tumor growth in mice
- Breast screen in Australia helps reduce mortality rate of cancer
- Lawmakers warn of epidemic animal disease threats
- Dried beans processed with toxins
- Anti-smoking lawmakers eye tougher fines
- S Korea emphasizes 'green' way of life for eco-friendly growth
- Chinese plant herb combats desertification, brings profit
- Anti-diabetes campaign under way
- Canada to test drinking water at embassies around the world
- Fetal exposure to pollutants may lower children's IQ
- Green cops see red
- Lack of folic acid blamed for birth defects in Shanxi
- Sweating it out
- Five cool ways to beat the heat
- Romania's Greenopolis pavilion breaks ground
- Call for dietitians in schools, hospitals
- Shanghai moves to improve quality of indoor air
- Sweating it: How turning off AC helps save the planet
- Agency calls for bus air quality standards
- In Hangzhou, getting around is more fun on two wheels
- Baby first, no kidding!
- Shocking images deter cigarette smokers: WHO
- Hey kids, nature is the best classroom
- Heihe kills plans to exterminate the city's canines
- The power of the sun
- China well prepared for swine flu: WHO China Office
- Electric cars in the limelight at Shanghai expo
- Citizen wardens to ease pet woes
- Drive to discard polluting vehicles
- The family tree
- Bamboo keyboards expect to bring green life to users
- Exposure to air pollution may slow fetal growth
- Green spaces keep children more active: Study
- Rain hits residents' spirits in Shanghai
- Chinese doctors urged to quit smoking
- Nothing left waste in China
- Bamboo groves a cure for city stress
- Scientists announce bird flu success
- Expert calls for complete smoking ban
- Dead bird found positive for H5 in Hong Kong
- Shanghai farms on foot-and-mouth disease watch
- Foot-and-mouth disease found in Shanghai
- China stockpiles bird flu vaccine for possible outbreak
- Another dead bird in Hong Kong tests positive for H5N1
- Shanxi takes measures against pig blue-ear disease
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- White paper on energy
- Endangered monkeys grow in number
- Yangtze River's Three Gorges 2 mln years in the making
- The authorities sets sights on polluted soil
- China, US benefit from clean energy
NGO Events Calendar Tips
- The Eco Design Fair 2009
- Environmental English Training (EET) class
- Hand in hand to protect endangered animals and plants
- Changchun, Mini-marathon Aimed at Protecting Siberian Tiger
- Water Walk by Nature University
World Fights A/H1N1 flu
The pandemic fear grips the world as the virus spreads from Mexico to the US, Europe and as far as China.
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