• 山Shan–Mountain 水Shui–Water

     

    Shan Shui Conservation Center, founded in 2007, is a Chinese NGO based in Beijing. With over 20 staff plus 20 consultants and volunteers, Shan Shui works in Qinghai, Sichuan, Yunnan and Shaanxi provinces in western China in collaboration with local communities, government agencies, scholars, businesses and other NGOs.

     
     
     

  • “China Going Green” Heads for the UN Earth Summit

     

    Initiated by the SEE Foundation, Shan Shui Conservation Center and Greenovation Hub, and hosted by the UNEP, along with participation by more than 20 Chinese companies, the “China Going Green” Dialogues is a series of events that will launch at the 2012 UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20), to answer the call for a global revolution towards green and sustainable development models.

  • Source of Three Rivers

     

    Situated in hinterland of the Tibetan Plateau, the headwaters of the Three Rivers is the origin of the Yangtze River, the Yellow River and the Lancng-Mekong River. It is one of the most important, as well one of the most frail, biologically diverse regions that provides a home to Endangered species such as wild yak, Tibetan wild ass and Tibetan antelopes. It is also the largest habitat for the world’s most mysterious feline mammal, the “snow leopard”.

     

  • Southwestern Mountains

    The Southwestern Mountains range from tropical valley of hundreds of meters of elevation to the snowy mountains of six to seven kilometers of elevation. Such complex geological and climate conditions have provided sanctuary for diverse and unique wildlife. It has the most abundant temperate plant diversity globally. Among all the 87 endangered terrestrial mammal species in China, 36 of them live in Southwestern Mountains.

     

山Shan–Mountain 水Shui–Water. The virtuous find wisdom in mountains. The wise find pleasure in water.
Let’s join hands to protect the Source of Three Rivers and the southwestern mountains in China, protecting China’s last beautiful nature.
Study the relationship between nature and humans, assess the ecological value, and support scientific decision-making and inform the public choices.
Drawing the urban public closer to nature, guiding them in their appreciation of nature’s values, and helping local guardians benefit from eco-products in market places.
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2012 年 6 月 10 日

MAIN EVENT:  JUNE 18th  14:00-17:00 “China Going Green” Organizing Bodies: UNEP, SEE Foundation, Shan Shui Conservation Center and Greenovation Hub Room: UNEP Pavilion Description: In the context of global economic crisis, coupled with environmental challenges due to climate change, ecological deterioration and water shortages, the time has come for a radical economic transformation. In the…

2012 年 6 月 9 日

“China Going Green” Heads for the UN Earth Summit Civil societies initiate international dialogue at Rio+20 – press release- May 29, 2012——At Vanke’s headquarters in Beijing’s Chaoyang District, members from the SEE Foundation, Shan Shui Conservation Center and Greenovation Hub gathered to officially launch the “China Going Green” Dialogues, taking place at the UN Conference…