MINISTRY OF ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT
THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
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Better water quality sees wildlife returning to lake
Thanks to major efforts, the quality of the water in Baiyangdian Lake, Xiongan New Area, has reached record quality levels in recent years, a local environmental official said.
China to launch law enforcement campaign for marine environmental protection
China will launch an eight-month-long special law enforcement campaign to enhance marine environmental protection, according to the China Coast Guard (CCG).
Pollution from mine tailing leakage flows downstream in NE China
Water pollution caused by mine tailings leakage in Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province had reached 110 km downstream of the river by Tuesday afternoon, local authorities said Wednesday.
Xi stresses green model of growth
President Xi Jinping stressed the importance of environmental protection during his inspection tour of eastern China on Monday at a village where he unveiled his theory of ecological civilization 1...
Watchdog strengthens monitoring protection
As China's central leader-ship attaches increasing importance to ecological progress, environmental monitoring data has become a key factor that is taken into consideration when officials' performa...
Xi visits Zhejiang village, industrial park on inspection tour
President Xi Jinping visited a village in Anji county of East China's Zhejiang province on Monday, the second day of his inspection tour to the province.
Hubei maintains water fit for drinking
Drinking water in Hubei province has remained at or above Grade III, the standard fit for drinking, amid the novel coronavirus outbreak, an official from the provincial environmental authority said...
China uses irrigation water more efficiently: research
China's irrigation water use efficiency improved from 2010 to 2016 as the gap of irrigation efficiency in different regions is gradually narrowing, according to a recent research.
Drawn by the scenery
A broader interest in Chinese culture, a booming investment environment and ecological living conditions have spurred new employment opportunities in the region.
Research stations established in South China Sea
The Chinese Academy of Sciences has established two research stations on Yongshu and Zhubi islands in the South China Sea to allow scientists to live and conduct field studies on ecology, geology a...
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