Adhering to the concept of “lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets”, Ordos city has adopted environmental priorities and accelerated its moves towards high-quality green development.
In recent years, a series of efforts, involving anti-desertification, afforestation and coal mine reclamation have been made, significantly improving the ecological environment of Ordos, a city on the edge of the northwestern desert.
Ordos was awarded the title of China's Most Ecologically Competitive City on Sept 20 at the 2020 China International Ecological Competitiveness Summit.
- Anti-desertification work in Maowusu Desert delivers results
- Ordos’ banner wins national ecological honor
- Solar power base in Kubuqi Desert sees construction progress
- Inner Mongolia desertification index launched
- Ordos’ garden-style Kangbashi district draws in tourists
- Ordos starts development of 430 km ecological corridor
Thanks to strenuous efforts over the past three decades, China's Kubuqi Desert has become an oasis and a model for treating land desertification.
Inner Mongolia villager makes himself a millionaire by raising cows and crabs.
Both the Heidaigou and Harwusu open-pit coal mines in Ordos were recently included on the list of national green mines, taking the number of the city’s mining companies on the list to 17.