Jinfeng Zhou Delivered Lecture on Local Legislative Practices in Ecological Civilization Construction at the Invitation of the Standing Committee of the People's Congress of Baise, Guangxi
2023/6/28 15:31:00 本站

Guangxi is renowned for its abundant species resources and is recognized as one of the global biodiversity hotspots. In recent years, Guangxi has made significant progress in biodiversity conservation by integrating ecosystem management, restoration, and enhancing the spatial framework for biodiversity protection.


To promote national ecological civilization construction, implement the dual-carbon strategy, protect biodiversity, and address climate change, Dr. Jinfeng Zhou, Secretary-General of the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation, visited Baise in Guangxi on June 27 on invitation by the local government. During his visit, he conducted research on local biodiversity conservation efforts and delivered a special lecture on local legislative practices in ecological civilization construction at the Standing Committee of the People's Congress of Baise. Over a hundred participants, including members of the Standing Committee of the Fifth People's Congress of Baise, representatives from relevant municipal departments, and responsible officials from the environmental committees of various counties, attended the lecture to deepen their understanding and grasp of ecological civilization construction. The lecture will serve as a reference for the legislative protection of the ecological environment in Baise.


The visit and lecture by Dr. Zhou signify the importance placed on biodiversity conservation and ecological civilization construction in Guangxi. It highlights the commitment of both national and local authorities to promote sustainable development and protect the rich biodiversity of the region. The engagement of various stakeholders in the lecture demonstrates the collaborative efforts required to address the challenges of ecological conservation and foster a harmonious coexistence between human activities and the natural environment.


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