China Adds 16 National Nature Reserves

September 29, 2009 | Print | Email Email | Comments | Category: Environment




It is learned from Gov.cn, the official web portal of the Central People's Government of China, that China has approved 16 new nature reserves.

The General Office of the State Council of China has published the list of the 16 new nature reserves which are: Songhuajiang Sanhua National Nature Reserve and Hani National Nature Reserve in Jilin province; Dongfanghong Marshland National Nature Reserve, Dazhanhe Marshland National Nature Reserve, and Muling Dongbei Hongdoushan National Nature Reserve in Heilongjiang province; Longganhu National Nature Reserve in Hubei; Yangmingshan Mountain National nature Reserve, Liubuxi National Nature Reserve, and Shuihuangshan National Nature Reserve in Hunan; Yachan National Nature Reserve in Guangxi, Changsha Hongma National Nature Reserve in Sichuan; Qingmuchuan National Nature Reserve, Sangyuan National Nature Reserve, and Longxian Qinling Xinlingui National Nature Reserve in Shaanxi; and Taohe National Nature Reserve and Dunhuang Yangguan National Nature Reserve in Gansu.

It is learned that the size, range and functions of the nature reserves will soon be published by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.

Rate this page: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars

Loading...



Leave A Comment:



Inside ChinaCSR.com