With the green development concept becoming engrained in every aspect of production and people’s lives, a Beautiful China, where humans and nature live in harmony, is turning from blueprint into reality.
China is subsequently stepping up its efforts to protect wildlife, the environment and thus to preserving the delicate balance between humanity and nature in a world marred by centuries of spiraling development.
Ecological civilization has been translated into things that can be practiced, which includes ecological conservation, red lines which now exist across China, plus the war on air, and other forms of, pollution, accompanied by better safeguarding mechanisms for protected areas.
As we embrace COP15, China will work with the international community to forge consensus and contribute to holding back the loss of biodiversity and promoting the harmonious coexistence between human and nature.
Leveraging consumer affection for ‘flagship species’ alongside successful models of sustainable use, conservation, and restoration will inspire and inform the 2050 vision of the Convention on Biological Diversity.