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In 2014, SSCC and a number of biodiversity conservation agencies jointly launched the “China Nature Watch” project, dedicated to improving species baseline data and increasing public participation in and mainstreaming of biodiversity conservation.

Through this project, we joined other NGOs, nature reserves, research institutes, nature education institutions, and other agencies to carry out targeted surveys of domestic biodiversity and to establish sharable biodiversity databases. Based on the data, we analyzed conservation status and gaps to guide our conservation action. By stacking EIA information, the impact of construction projects and programs on biodiversity was evaluated to facilitate the optimization of related policies.