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Chinese actress and United Nations Environment Program Goodwill Ambassador Li Bingbing learns about behaviors of elephants at Samburu National Reserve, north of Kenya, May 8, 2013. (Xinhua/Meng Chenguang)

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YUNNAN, Mar.4,Xinhua - Britain's Prince William visits the Asian Elephant Protection and Breeding Base in Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Region, southwest China's Yunnan Province, March 4, 2015.

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Britain's Prince William visits the Asian Elephant Protection and Breeding Base in Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Region, southwest China's Yunnan Province, March 4, 2015. Xinhua/Hu Chao)

NEWYORK, Mar.3 - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at UN headquarter in New York on February 23, 2015. Ban Ki-moon expressed that China plays an important role in addressing climate change and advancing sustainable development. It is hoped that China will continuously back and participate in the negotiation on the post-2015 development agenda, the conference on climate change in Paris as well as the conference on development financing and make its contributions to these ends.

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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon(R) meets with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi(L) at UN headquarter in New York.

 

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CAIRO, March 3, Xinhua - Egypt seeks to benefit from the highly-advanced Chinese expertise in various environmental issues, Egyptian Environment Minister Khaled Fahmy told Xinhua in an interview on Monday.

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Photo taken on March 2, 2015 shows a general view of the opening ceremony of the 15th session of The African Ministerial Conference On The Environment (AMCEN) held in Cairo, Egypt. The week-long conference kicked off on Monday will deliberate on how to manage and sustainably use natural resources while taking into consideration the region's biodiversity and ecosystems. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)

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NAIROBI,Mar.1,Chinadaily - African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) on Saturday welcomed a move by Chinese government to impose a one-year ban on imports of African ivory carvings.

AWF CEO Patrick Bergin said in a statement released in Nairobi that they "welcome this positive step", and calls on China to consider an outright ban on all ivory trade in the country.

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