Li Genshan had reportedly written articles calling attention to two wind farm projects that caused damage to a protected area for Mongolian gazelles in Ningxia. Photo: Weibo Li Genshan had reportedly written articles calling attention to two wind farm projects that caused damage to a protected area for Mongolian gazelles in Ningxia. Photo: Weibo
Li Genshan had reportedly written articles calling attention to two wind farm projects that caused damage to a protected area for Mongolian gazelles in Ningxia. Photo: Weibo
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Three wildlife conservation activists detained in northwest China for ‘picking quarrels’

  • They include Li Genshan, who is well-known for drawing attention to pollution in the Tengger Desert
  • Another six people involved in the case are also being held, according to the authorities

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Li Genshan had reportedly written articles calling attention to two wind farm projects that caused damage to a protected area for Mongolian gazelles in Ningxia. Photo: Weibo Li Genshan had reportedly written articles calling attention to two wind farm projects that caused damage to a protected area for Mongolian gazelles in Ningxia. Photo: Weibo
Li Genshan had reportedly written articles calling attention to two wind farm projects that caused damage to a protected area for Mongolian gazelles in Ningxia. Photo: Weibo
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