What are China’s Ecological Redlines? | Kyle Obermann

Jul 12 , 2023 | Social Good

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Beyond nature reserves, national parks, and other protected areas, China has a recent addition to its habitat protection strategy that is less understood and seldom talked about - Ecological Conservation Redlines, or ecological redlines for short. They cover over a quarter of the country and provide the most widespread coverage of minimum “do not harm” protection standards across the country. 


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