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06 26, 2015
Isolated but vital work in an island environment
Founded in 1959, Xiaochangshan is one of seven marine environmental monitoring centers in Dalian. It monitors changes in ocean water and marine creatures.
06 17, 2015
Trees struggle for survival in Tibet
Army technician's planting efforts yield success and growing reputation.
06 12, 2015
Pollution, tourism put coasts at risk
Depleted fisheries and pollution have left Wu Ruiwei and his peers in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region needing to travel farther out to sea for fish and shrimp.
06 11, 2015
NE China plastic bag ban drives green industry
When Wang Bin heard about Jilin Province's plan to ban non-biodegradable plastic bags, it inspired a career switch.
06 10, 2015
20 new sites become UNESCO biosphere reserves
UNESCO has added 20 new sites to the World Network of Biosphere Reserves, bringing their total number to 651 sites.
06 08, 2015
Beijing starts to clear the air
More than a year since Premier Li Keqiang declared war on pollution, Beijing's massive anti-smog fight is transforming the metropolis in ways both big and small.
06 05, 2015
China awakens to protecting the environment
With China's iron business in trouble and facing losses, Malanzhuang Iron Mine is spending 2.4 million yuan (390,000 U.S. Dollars) planting on slag heaps.
06 04, 2015
Pioneer of pollution research nurtures talents
Although he has been retired for more than two decades, Wang Wenxing has not stopped nurturing talent in environmental protection and promoting research of air pollution sources.
06 02, 2015
Drying Teesta River the scourge of Bangladesh people
The memories of the once mighty Teesta River seem to be a fairy tale from a distant past.
05 30, 2015
10 possible impacts of El Niño
Possible impacts of the weather anomaly range from droughts and floods to global economic consequences.
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