Xiong LEI

Pacific Environment member examines litter on a beach on Guangdong’s coast. Chinese law stipulates that all natural resources in China belong to the state. Part of forests, land, and water in rural areas can be collectively owned, but not individually. PHOTO BY WEN BO.

Claiming a land territory of 9.6 million square kilometers and a marine territory of 4.72 million square kilometers, China once was considered to be a vast territory

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:22-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Environment, Geography|Comments Off on Natural Resource Preservation (Zìrán zīyuán de bǎohù 自然资源的保护)|Zìrán zīyuán de bǎohù 自然资源的保护 (Natural Resource Preservation)

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