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A changing China in a changing world and a changing climate from the perspective of a Chinese non-governmental organization

31 October 2016
Voluntarios de CBCGDF desmontando trampas de aves en el Área de Conservación de China para la Espátula carinegra en Zhuanghue. Foto de: CBCGDF

This is the second part of the paper of Minister Hu Deping that Professor Frederick Dubee of the Beijing Genomics Institute presented at the Joint Consultation of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and the Pontifical Academy of Sciences on Laudato si’ and the Path to COP22 at Casina Pio IV, Vatican City, 28...
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A changing China in a changing world and a changing climate

15 October 2016
La China rural y urbana en busca de un desarrollo sostenible. Foto de: thenatureofcities.com

Minister Hu Deping Ecojesuit is happy to share the first part of the paper of Minister Hu Deping that Professor Frederick Dubee of the Beijing Genomics Institute presented at the Joint Consultation of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and the Pontifical Academy of Sciences on Laudato si’ and the Path to COP22...
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What it is to climb a mountain

30 April 2013
Foto de: P Walpole

Pedro Walpole, SJ China has one of the most expansive limestone plateaus in the world, and it is in south China that the most diverse karst landscape developed. The south is believed to have the largest single karst area in the world, including eastern Yunnan. China’s karst landscape stretches through eight provinces in southern...
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