China and Middle Asia

How important is China to the biodiversity in the world?

China’s territory covers 3,705,390 square miles (9,596,960 square kilometers) of land. This vast expanse includes a wide diversity of wildlife, as well as 10 percent of the world’s plants with stems, roots, and leaves. Therefore, China’s policies for managing its natural resources are very important for the health of the planet.


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