Ecological restoration project in Tibet improves local environment

Source:CCCCTime:2021-10-13
              

At an altitude of about 4,000 meters, CCCC has built a beautiful home and happy life for over 30,000 Tibetans in Senburi village of Shannan City, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region.

The CCCC-undertaken ecological restoration and desertification control project restored an area of 28,000 mu, the size of about 2,600 football fields, and built a 10.6 km oasis on the plateau, improving the local environment. The project also selected 16 drought-resistant and cold-resistant plants, planted 1.64 million seedlings of various types, sowed 114,060 kilograms of grass seeds, installed 12,000 sets of sprinkler irrigation systems, and laid various maintenance pipelines for over 560 kilometers.