Conservation and environmental news & publications: China
Working with nature
Working with Nature: An ecosystem-based approach to river management is needed for the Yangzte ...
Yangtze waterbird survey highlights need for regular monitoring
Fourteen globally threatened bird species and one near-threatened species were found during the ...
WWF 2005 Waterbird Survey - middle and lower Yangtze River
WWF has recently conducted the second comprehensive waterbird survey along the floodplain of the ...
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Soy sauce, water and a passion for learning: WWF China's Education Initiative for Water project
Water is critical for sustainable development, including environmental integrity and the ...
Asia Pacific Ecoregion Big Wins Update
China's rising wood imports a threat to the world's forests
Because of its rapidly rising demand for wood, China is set to lead the world's wood market and ...
China Wood Market, Trade and the Environment
WWF Report by Z. Chunquan, R. Taylor, and F. Guoqiang. Science Press USA and WWF Intl. 2004. 81 pp.
Challenges of freshwater protected areas
This article outlines some of the challenges facing conservation of freshwater ecosystems and ...
WWF urges Chinese government to adopt ecosystem based management of the Yangtze River
WWF is urging China to adopt a more integrated ecosystem approach for managing its rivers, ...
WWF promotes world’s largest solar power plant
WWF is working to develop the world’s largest solar power plant in the Gobi Desert, and to reduce ...