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Shan Shui Conservation Center

Founded in 2007, Shan Shui Conservation Center is a Chinese NGO dedicated to species and ecosystem conservation to resolve the problem of human and nature coexistence. We focus our work on the endangered species like the snow leopard, giant panda and snub-nosed monkey in western China, and also urban ecosystems. By community-based conservation practices and citizen science research projects, we explore conservation innovation and crystalize solutions, to achieve an ecological equality world.

Shan Shui Conservation Center

Founded in 2007, Shan Shui Conservation Center is a Chinese NGO dedicated to species and ecosystem conservation to resolve the problem of human and nature coexistence. We focus our work on the endangered species like the snow leopard, giant panda and snub-nosed monkey in western China, and also urban ecosystems. By community-based conservation practices and citizen science research projects, we explore conservation innovation and crystalize solutions, to achieve an ecological equality world.

Shan Shui Conservation Center

Founded in 2007, Shan Shui Conservation Center is a Chinese NGO dedicated to species and ecosystem conservation to resolve the problem of human and nature coexistence. We focus our work on the endangered species like the snow leopard, giant panda and snub-nosed monkey in western China, and also urban ecosystems. By community-based conservation practices and citizen science research projects, we explore conservation innovation and crystalize solutions, to achieve an ecological equality world.

Conservation Project

Situated on the Tibetan Plateau is Sanjiangyuan, home to a large number of endemic and endangered species in China. Since 2009, our conservation projects in this region have covered the ecosystems of alpine meadows, alpine grassland, wetlands, forests and shrublands.
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The giant pandas are the world's flagship species. Since 2007 we have been undertaking community-based panda habitat conservation. In 2018, more than 150 square kilometers of land were effectively protected by local communities under our initiatives.
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Yunnan is one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots. Since 2017, we have implemented a multi-value forest restoration project in Yunlong Tianchi National Nature Reserve with a focus on the burned area recovery, scientific research and monitoring, nature education and community development.
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Together with multiple organizations dedicated to biodiversity conservation we launched a Nature Watch program in 2014. We have carried out specific biodiversity surveys across the country to guide actions, help make positive changes in relative policies, and promote public participation.
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In 2018, we set up an ecological restoration team to explore new ways of restoring biodiversity and ecosystem functionality in human-affected urban environments and promoting public participation in the process.
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