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01 20, 2011
Save the tigers, save the planet
There are as few as 3,200 tigers living in the world in the Chinese Year of the Tiger, and only 7% of their original natural habitat.
01 20, 2011
Mass animal deaths around the world
Mass animal deaths around the world has become a big mystery at the beginning of 2011.
10 29, 2010
Tianjin Climate Talks
A United Nations climate conference was held in northern coastal city of Tianjin, China from Oct. 4 to 9.
10 21, 2010
COP16 Cancun Climate Talks
The 2010 UN Climate Talks held in Cancun, Mexico, from Nov. 29 to Dec. 10 2010.
09 19, 2010
NE China Oil Spill
A oil pipeline explosion in Northeast China caused serious pollution to nearby waters.
09 19, 2010
Floods Cover China
Low temperatures and torrential rains affected millions in China's provinces.
06 24, 2010
International Year of Biodiversity
2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity proclaimed by the United Nations.
05 18, 2010
Weather Affects Crops
Extreme weather across China has affected agricultural production in many provinces.
05 18, 2010
Drought Ravages SW China
The worst drought in a century has lingered in SW China since September last year, affecting more than 50 million people.
03 17, 2010
Welcome home, American-born pandas
Two American-born pandas, Tai Shan and Mei Lan, are adapting well in their new homes in Sichuan Province after returning to China.
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