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WASHINGTON, October 30, Xinhua -- The global wildlife population dropped 60 percent between 1970 and 2014 due to human activities, according to a report published by World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Tuesday.

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BEIJING, October 19 -- According to investigation, the pine wilt disease is aggravated in China, which could bring great loss, especially for some sightseeing areas.

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BEIJING, September 27, Chinadaily -- China's top environmental watchdog warned eight local governments on Wednesday about the invasion and destruction of nature reserves by illegal construction projects and told them not to seek economic growth at the expense of the reserves.

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BEIJING, September 7 -- According to the requirements of Standardization Law of the People's Republic of China, The Plan for Furthering the Standardization Reforms and Forestry Standardization Regulation, National Forestry and Grassland Administration of China announced to abolish70 forestry-related standards.

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BEIJING, September 1, Chinadaily -- Hardened poachers have killed so many elephants that they can often imitate the screams the animals make when speared. They can tell you how other elephants howl in distress when they see one of their own felled. They know that, to extract a whole tusk, they have to hack off the front of an elephant's face with machetes, axes or chainsaws. Calves have been known to circle the disfigured body of their mother for days in mourning, even until their own death.

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