KUBUQI, July 14 -- Kubuqi Desert Ecological Science and Technology Center is located at Kubuqi Desert, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It comprehensively exhibits the trends of desertification control worldwide, the accomplishments, as well as ecological science and technologies of desertification control in China.

Kubuqi Desert is the seventh biggest desert in China,and the nearest desert from Beijing. It covers an area about 18,600 square kilometers.With great endeavor from the local government, enterprises, farmers and herdsmen, nearly 30% of the desert turns to be green.

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INNER MOGOLIA, June 27, Xinhua -- More than 30 experts from China, Mongolia and Russia gathered in Baotou, Inner Mongolia autonomous region on June 17 to visit an environment improvement project being run by Tian Long Ecology, a leading force in greenery projects in Baotou, reports Baotou Daily.

Experts seek desertification control solutions

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SICHUAN, May 17 -- The Sichuan provincial government has recently approved to set up three new provincial-level forest parks: the Gugu Mountain Forest Park, Heilong Lake Forest Park and Wanfeng Mountain Forest Park. Until now, the number of forest parks in Sichuan Province reaches to 132.

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GANSU, May 8 -- The Forum on Ecological Restoration along the Belt & Road was held on May 8 in Lan Zhou, capital of southwest China’s Gansu Province. At the Forum, experts from home and abroad discussed about vegetation restoration in arid and semi-arid regions, and ways of combining ecological protection and the Belt & Road strategy.

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JILIN, April 25, -- The protection zone for Siberian tigers in northeast China's Jilin Province will be expanded, according to an ecological protection plan by the local government.

According to the plan, nine new protection zones covering an area of 390,000 hectares will be built in the province. By 2020, an 800,000-hectare habitat for tigers and leopards will be created, with capacity for more than 30 fertile tigers and over 50 fertile leopards.

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