Beijing “Inner Mongolia Day” Exhibition Shows Environmental Control Efforts


A plethora of local plant species and exhibits showcasing environmental protection efforts in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region attract visitors to the Beijing Expo with the opening of “Inner Mongolia Day”.

The event which opened on Thursday will last for three days. In the Inner Mongolia Exhibition Area, plants such as Chinese Herb Peony, White Birch, and Euphrates Poplar allow visitors to learn about the special ecological features of the region.

The region, located in northern China, features a combination of landscapes including forests, grasslands and the Gobi Desert.

View of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (northern China). / Photo VCG

View of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (northern China). / Photo VCG

The region continued its reforestation efforts, using the unique and natural characteristics of the different land areas. He also promoted ecological protection and restoration of grasslands, rivers, lakes and wetlands.

A whiteboard in the Inner Mongolia Exhibition Area attracts attention with the display of more than 2,000 specimens of local plants. Under the glass floor, visitors can see some 1,200 bottles of soil samples collected from across the region.

“These specimens are natural data for Inner Mongolia,” said Zhang Yanan, an exhibition guide.

The resources, collected by a local business over the past 20 years, have offered support for ecological restoration in the area, Zhang said.

(Cover image: View of the Beijing International Horticultural Expo 2019, Beijing, China. / Photo VCG)

Source (s): Xinhua News Agency


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