Tibet 2003: State of the Environment
The following report is used with permission from the Environment and Development Desk; Department of Information and International Relations; Central Tibetan Administration; Dharamsala 176 215, HP., India. White paper, July, 2003; Phone: +91-1892-222510, 224662, 222457. Fax: +91-1892-224957.
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- Desertification: Grassland Politics
- Pasture Degradation: Observation of International Agencies
- Beijing's Undermining of the Traditional Livestock management System
- Urbanization and destruction of Grasslands
- Dubious Policies
- Local Employment: The Only Viable Solution
- Biodiversity Conservation: Policies versus Implementation
- Exotic, Non-native species: A Threat to Tibet's Endemic Wealth
- Wildlife Protection and Hunting Tours: A Policy Contradiction
- Resource Extraction: State of the Environment
- Water Resource Exploitation: Long Term Consequences
- Logging Ban: A Positive Move, But is it effective?
- Aerial Sowing and Mountain Closure: Inappropriate Ways to Reforest
- Land Reclamation: The Vehicle to escalate Chinese Settlement
- Mineral Exploitation Industries: Marginalising Tibetans
- The Railway: Route for Resource Extraction
- Looking to the Future
- Lessons from Ancient Chinese Proverb
[Source: Used with permission from Environment and Development Desk. Department of Information and International Relations; Central Tibetan Administration; Dharamsala, India.]
Copyright © 2003 Environment and Development Desk, DIIR, CTA