By Guanxi Liu and Roy Chen “If a corporate has social responsibility, it does not need corporate social responsibility,” said professor Jenik from Columbia University, who has taught me through a research project about Chinese overseas mining. While corporate social responsibility (CSR) sometimes means “using charity to conduct white wash after making profit”, social responsibility suggested by professor Jenik means that while the corporations should … Continue reading In the Post-COVID-19 Era, How Should Chinese Overseas Mining Address Sustainable Development?
By Haoqing Du, Luying Wang(Contributed equally to this work with Haoqing Du), Jing Chen and Jianing Dai “We are terribly afraid of the elephants. They are the first-class protected animals for the nation, but not for us.” Xishuangbanna villagers’ helplessness and fear of Asian elephants reveal the persistence of human-elephant conflict over the years. Although the local forestry, conservation zones and governments have introduced various … Continue reading Human-Elephant Conflict in China: A Review of Current Management Strategies and Future Directions
By Xu Junyi, Yang Xixia, Wu Haiying, Wang Yige, Zheng Manyi, Pang Xinyi, Yang Kaiwen, Lu Chenwei, Xiao Mingjun, Cao Shijun, Wang Yizhi, Li Shuhan As we all know, the primary market of Ocean Sole is Europe and the U.S, which has indicated a big success. As for the China market, coupled with the meteoric rise of both the size and spending power of its … Continue reading To Help Ocean Sole Enter China Market – Marketing Report
Under the condition of the destruction of the Amazon rainforest, there is a local community in Tarapoto trying to conserve the rainforest through developing an ecotourism program. Due to the development of tourism in the Amazon forest, ecotourism becomes a friendly industry on it. As a successful example, the Tigana program started in the Tarapoto conservation area has more stories to tell. Tingana is the … Continue reading From Forest Raider to Forest Guardian: How Local Communities Contribute to the Sustainable Development in Amazon
2018年2月6日，印尼东加里曼丹省班通国家公园。一只红毛猩猩被护林员发现时，瘫坐在湖中央的浮木上伤痕累累、奄奄一息。印尼红毛猩猩保护中心（ Centre for Orangutan Protection，以下简称 COP）的工作人员接到电话后火速赶到现场，对其展开急救。可惜，由于伤势过重，当天深夜这只红毛猩猩还是憾然离世了。 Continue reading 拿什么拯救你？无家可归的红毛猩猩