Note: This article is originally posted here , as part of Collective Responsibility’s “Hope and Opportunity” article series discussing migrant worker trends with regards to children in rural China. When thousands of political and business leaders and […]
Waste is also a resource when it comes to the recycled cardboard in China. At the end of 2016, the price of used cardboard has fluctuated dramatically. Through the field research, here is the why.
Though innovation, private and public sectors formed a partnership to tackle a social problem
Fast fashion has never been so controversial. Brands like H&M aim to change its adverse image among customers, as it campaigning hard for its sustainable collection. However, as a consumer, how do we justify the price tag, the convenience and the consciousness?
Recently, the homeland of thousands of hundreds of rhinos – South Africa has lifted its ban on domestic rhino horn trade. Although the written judgement from Pretoria High Court seems not to be publicly available […]
Earlier this week, President Xi started his first state visit to the UK, bringing along billions of investment. While criticised “bending over” to China, the UK is eager to prove its friendship with the second largest […]
The recent arrest of the Chinese trafficker, nicked named “Ivory Queen” in Dar is a striking message among elephant conservationist and my fellow NGO colleagues. It is reported at least 706 elephant tusks worth about […]
The state visit of President Xi Jingping may not achieve the fruitful result as the US expected, given China’s tough position on cyberattacks and the South China Sea issue, but the announcement of domestic commercial ivory ban […]
I believe many may have raised the questions, when it comes to conservation – why we need to concern about the wildlife thousands miles away? What impact will it bring if one species extinct? It […]
Late last month, at an event in Beijing, where foreign diplomats and conservationists witnesses 662kg of confiscated ivory being destroyed. Mr Zhao Shucong, head of China’s State Forestry Administration, said: “We will strictly control ivory processing […]
As many of you who live in the UK might be aware, the election just finished weeks ago, very chaotic day indeed.(Appoligies : this supposed to be live on the day before the election, but […]
Earlier this month, the Malawi government announced to postpone the scheduled burn of its domestic ivory stockpiles, the new date is yet to be set. The official reason of the delay was the need to include […]
Recently, a Kenya conservationist Paula Kahumbu published an article on CNN, titled “We don’t buy panda products, so Chinese should keep hands off our elephants”, directly pointing at the biggest ivory consuming country. She said […]
After EIA exposing the rampant illegal wildlife trade in Laos Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone (GT SEZ) in its latest report, the Laos government immediately operated a raid to crack down on the illegal sale […]
Hello, this is my very first blog. I want to talk about the China’s rampant online wildlife products and the influence of the Wechat recent action on banning the illegal wildlife trade. This week, the mobile […]