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Hand in hand to protect endangered animals and plants
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Activity name: Hand in Hand to Protect Endangered Animals and Plants

Time: November to December, 2007

Sponsors: The Wildlife Conservation Society; Kunming Environmental Protection and Popular Science Association

Location: Kuming, Yunnan Province

Contents: Lectures on environmental protection delivered by experts and environmental volunteers; interactive activities; practicing activities

Target group: Primary and middle school students

Reference websites: http://www.greenkunming.ngo.cn/bbs/showthread.asp?threadid=439; http://www.greenkunming.ngo.cn/bbs/showthread.asp?threadid=424

(China.org.cn December 17, 2007)

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