Lights Off: China Finally Takes Action on Light Pollution
China is increasingly trying to tackle light pollution, a side effect of urbanization with severe consequences for human health and the ecosystem
March of the Elephants: Stories from Behind a Lens
Director Olivia Chen talks about filming an elephant herd on a march through Yunnan province
Surviving a Summer of Extremes
Ordinary people from Chongqing and Sichuan share how they survived the heat waves and wildfires
Why is Human-Wildlife Conflict Increasing in China?
Urbanization, habitat loss, and even successful conservation are leading to increased human-wildlife conflict
What’s the Deal with Overpackaging in China?
Excess packaging creates millions of tons of waste each year. What can China do about this problem?
My Years as a Wildlife Rescue Worker
From observing giant pandas in the high-altitude forests of Sichuan to raising baby badgers in Nanjing city—what’s it like working to protect wildlife in China?
Leave no Trace: The Environmental Costs of Nature Tourism in China
As urban nature-lovers head outdoor, rural communities struggle with the ecological impact
The Myth of the Chinese Wilderness
As China aims to create 60 national parks by 2035, what will happen to the 12 million human residents inside protected areas?