Green Efforts Spring From Chinese Desert

From USA Today:

He has never heard of global warming or Copenhagen, where leaders from 193 countries gathered for a major summit last weekend.

But Ulandalai, 43, a farmer in one of China’s most isolated desert regions, says he’s doing his part to help the environment anyway.

As part of a clean energy initiative partly sponsored by the Chinese government, Ulandalai, who uses just one name, planted sand willows three years ago on land where he used to graze sheep.

There are several benefits to the switch, he says.

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