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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
China’s green economist stirring a shift away from GDP
China's senior economist wants to clean up his polluted country one data set at a time and end political leaders' obsession with GDP growth.
China overtakes US as world’s biggest energy consumer
China's hunger for coal, oil, wind and other sources of power more than doubled in the past decade
China cotton pest outbreak prompts GM review
Widespread adoption of Monsanto's Bt cotton has led to a surge in pests in China's cotton farms.
High and dry
Scientists explain how they protect the Tibetan grasslands by working with communities to improve biodiversity, livestock production and livelihoods.
One man inspiring Hope
Wan Ping is inspiring volunteers to help him battle aridification with a land restoration project that halts advancing sand dunes in Khorchin, China.
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