MINISTRY OF ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT
THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
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Thousands of companies set up shop in Xiongan
As of last year, several plans for guiding the development of Xiongan had been completed, including an outline plan, an overall plan, detailed plans for the region initially developed in Xiongan an...
In coronavirus fight, the world learns from China
Imagine the hospital and health care systems that will be part of the network of connectivity that will be the future Belt and Road system, as China seeks to not only address infrastructure and con...
EU-China synergy to bring prosperity for Eurasia
The EU and China are already engaged in a wide range of cooperation. However, articulating their respective strategies for a green deal and an ecological civilization should become their top priority.
Locust another sign nature's balance broken: China Daily ediotrial
While the world is focusing its attention on containing the spread of the novel coronavirus, huge swarms of locusts are wreaking havoc in East Africa, which is already vulnerable to food shortages.
A call for help from a feathered friend
In an attempt to raise awareness and foster a deeper understanding of the green peacock, Wild China Film teamed up with college students in Beijing to present the stage play Peacock on the Tip of...
Beijing university takes all-around approach to virus prevention
Since the novel coronavirus outbreak began, Beijing University of Technology has been preventing and controlling the expansion of the disease from every aspect.
UK plastic waste exports to Asia plummet
The United Kingdom drastically reduced its waste plastic exports to Asia in 2019, according to new data released two years on from the introduction of China's waste import ban.
Protection of wildlife needs to be strengthened
It is widely believed that the novel coronavirus pneumonia (NCP) outbreak, or the COVID-19, as it is now officially named, was spread from a kind of wildlife. Whether the animals are bats, snakes, ...
Coronavirus medical waste is disposed of day it is generated
The Chinese mainland has managed to dispose of all medical waste in the battle against the novel coronavirus outbreak on the day it is generated, according to the country's top environmental appara...
Smog still a problem amid viral contagion
With reduction of activity around the country at the outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia, many people expected that air pollution would remain low after the Spring Festival holiday.
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