Fighting for life: China’s eco gains in focus in countdown to COP15

Lin Shiyong has seen the changes for himself.As the 51-year-old fishes from a river near the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming, several egrets wade in the shallows searching for fish.Nearby, uniformed workers row boats out to scoop up floating rubbish decaying weeds from the waterway that flows into Dian Lake, the biggest freshwater body in southwestern China.The birdlife and the environmental efforts are a sharp contrast to just a decade ago when the lake was one of the most polluted in the…


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