Four decades into an economic boom that had little regard for the environment, China is rethinking its relationship with nature. This series of articles, published to — roughly — coincide with a United Nations meeting on biodiversity held in the southwestern city of Kunming, looks at whether efforts to save China’s endangered animals can undo enough damage before it’s too late.
WRITERS | Yuan Ye, Ye Ruolin, and Cai Yiwen
ILLUSTRATOR | Wang Zhenhao
PHOTOGRAPHER | Wu Huiyuan
With wetlands in decline, endangered migratory birds are descending on aquaculture ponds instead. Farmers are furious.READ MORE
New research begs the question: Are attempts to save the world’s largest amphibian harming more than helping?READ MORE