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The Forests of China

By placing a cash value on the greenhouse gas emissions that new forests keep from escaping, the Tengchong reforestation project is restoring a healthy balance between people and nature. It's regenerating depleted forests, fighting climate change and creating economic opportunities for families that badly need them. Ma Jian, director of conservation programs in China for The Nature Conservancy, talks about the benefits of healthy forests in China and how the Conservancy is providing the necessary technical expertise.

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