Lo Sze-ping, outgoing chief executive officer of WWF-China, has worked in China for two decades and helped the mainland develop their environmental and conservation efforts. Photo: Simon Song Lo Sze-ping, outgoing chief executive officer of WWF-China, has worked in China for two decades and helped the mainland develop their environmental and conservation efforts. Photo: Simon Song
Lo Sze-ping, outgoing chief executive officer of WWF-China, has worked in China for two decades and helped the mainland develop their environmental and conservation efforts. Photo: Simon Song
Conservation

20 years of progress on environment in China: former Greenpeace China and WWF China head reflects on gains and the challenges still ahead

  • When Lo Sze-ping first went to China to talk about the environment, he ‘felt like Don Quixote tilting at windmills’. He reviews two decades of green milestones
  • In that time China has changed from one of the biggest contributors to environmental degradation into the foremost producer of renewable energy technologies

Topic |   Conservation
Lo Sze-ping, outgoing chief executive officer of WWF-China, has worked in China for two decades and helped the mainland develop their environmental and conservation efforts. Photo: Simon Song Lo Sze-ping, outgoing chief executive officer of WWF-China, has worked in China for two decades and helped the mainland develop their environmental and conservation efforts. Photo: Simon Song
Lo Sze-ping, outgoing chief executive officer of WWF-China, has worked in China for two decades and helped the mainland develop their environmental and conservation efforts. Photo: Simon Song
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