The Nature Conservancy works with government agencies and companies to shape their footprints in China and around the world.
The key to restoring the health of the Yangtze River is balancing the needs of humans and the ecosystem.
China has a long and diverse coastline with a marine ecosystem that contributes enormously to China’s economy. However, marine ecosystems in China are up against serious odds.
The Nature Conservancy in China is using water funds to show potential investors—primarily large businesses and government agencies—ways to invest in sustainable farming practices that can bring about real change.
Non-sustainable development in China has deteriorated the health of the Yangtze River.
Read a Q&A with The Nature Conservancy’s Yangtze freshwater advisor, Dr. Qiaoyu Guo.
The Center for Sustainable Hydropower in Beijing helps forge more balanced solutions between energy development and the conservation of healthy, productive rivers.