In Myanmar, 155 Chinese citizens have been sentenced—all but two to life—for illegal logging....
by Priscilla Jiao | Aug 3, 2009
Global Times reports from a Primi ethnic minority village in remote Yunnan Province: Zhang Hong was crushed upon hearing the 70 Primi ethnic minority families living in the poor, remote virgin forest hamlet of Yushichang finally...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 12, 2009
Jonathan Watts, who is now the Guardian’s Asia environment correspondent, reports for the paper on deforestation in China. He begins the report by describing the massive tree-planting effort known as the Green Wall of...
by Michael Zhao | Oct 18, 2007
APP, a leading paper maker, has run into a lot of problems with its aggressive, environmentally controversial paper-pulp tree swaps in Yunnan and Hainan. Now it’s having a
by Sophie Beach | Aug 28, 2007
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From Chicago Tribune: The demand for Chinese goods is driving destructive logging around the globe. Part two of a Tribune special report. Night and day, the timber ships reach this