Chinstrap penguins swimming in Antarctica, where nearly 4 million square kilometres of protected marine areas are proposed. Photo: Reuters Chinstrap penguins swimming in Antarctica, where nearly 4 million square kilometres of protected marine areas are proposed. Photo: Reuters
Chinstrap penguins swimming in Antarctica, where nearly 4 million square kilometres of protected marine areas are proposed. Photo: Reuters
Climate change

Will China follow through on green pledge with Antarctica protections?

  • Environmentalists hope Beijing will support largest conservation zone deal in history to protect Great Southern Ocean
  • Discussions come weeks after Chinese president Xi Jinping committed to biodiversity leadership role at United Nations

Topic |   Climate change
Chinstrap penguins swimming in Antarctica, where nearly 4 million square kilometres of protected marine areas are proposed. Photo: Reuters Chinstrap penguins swimming in Antarctica, where nearly 4 million square kilometres of protected marine areas are proposed. Photo: Reuters
Chinstrap penguins swimming in Antarctica, where nearly 4 million square kilometres of protected marine areas are proposed. Photo: Reuters
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