The UNESCO World Heritage Committee has added the Shennongjia Forestry District in China to the World Heritage list, along with 28 other sites, this year. This brings the total number of Chinese sites on the list to 50. But authorities now face the challenge of preserving the natural site and protecting its biological diversity. Will Mother Nature prevail? Zhu Chunquan, country representative of the China office at the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Nature Resources, and Qi Ye from the School of Public Policy and Management at Tsinghua University take a deeper look.
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