TIANJIN, April 28 -- Tianjin has issued a plan to clean up illegal land reclamation projects to strengthen ecological protection along the coastline.

According to the plan issued by the Tianjin municipal government, land reclamation projects that takes up ecological protection spaces will be dismantled by 2020.

The plan requires authorities to strengthen daily inspections and guard marine ecology.

Tianjin has around 153 km of coastline. Illegal construction along the coastline such as fish farms, salt ponds and boat docks will be dismantled.

Coastal shelter forest will be increased and wetland spaces restored, according to the plan.

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BEIJING, April 4 , China Daily -- China will enhance its cooperation with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations on climate change this year, with assistance to include organizing workshops for professionals and officials, providing green energy products and building a community model based on a low-carbon lifestyle, an official said in Beijing.

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BEIJING, March 5, Chinadaily -- China will pursue both high-quality development and environmental protection by reforming and refining relevant systems, according to the Government Work Report delivered in the opening of the second session of the 13th National People's Congress on Tuesday. 

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URUMQI, Jan. 28, Xinhua -- For a group of scientists, the winter season does not bring exciting prospects of skiing or riding snowmobiles. It is a season where they spend weeks tracking over snow-covered wilderness.

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BEIJING, January 7, Chinadaily -- Despite the numerous initiatives to reduce carbon emissions across the globe, the world desperately remains on a global warming trajectory of more than 3 C compared to the preindustrial era, far above the COP21 target. Without accelerated reduction of carbon emissions, global warming will continue to have disastrous consequences, starting with the increased frequency of extreme weather events, ending up in mass migrations and hence geopolitical instability, and jeopardizing life on our planet.

On the issue of climate change, Europeans and Chinese have a lot in common.

On July 16 in Beijing, at the 20th EU-China Summit, the two sides "acknowledged the urgency of addressing climate change and the importance of giving full effect to the Paris Agreement".

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