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Coal impacts on water | Greenpeace International China, Inner Mongolia. Subsidence caused by lowering of water table from mining. ©Lu Guang/Greenpeac

Coal impacts on water | Greenpeace International China, Inner Mongolia. Subsidence caused by lowering of water table from mining. ©Lu Guang/Greenpeac

Grassland at a coal mine in Baorixile, Inner Mongolia, is dotted with pits left by ruthless exploration over the past few decades. Photo: Lu...

Grassland at a coal mine in Baorixile, Inner Mongolia, is dotted with pits left by ruthless exploration over the past few decades. Photo: Lu...

mongolia nature - Google Search

mongolia nature - Google Search

Beautiful landscape of Qinghai in northwest China • original source not found

Beautiful landscape of Qinghai in northwest China • original source not found

China, Inner Mongolia. The Shengli open-cast coal mine encroaches on the grassland. Ten billion cubic meters of water will be consumed by 16 new coal fired power plants and mines in China in 2015, triggering severe water crises in the country's arid Northwest. ©Lu Guang/Greenpeace

Coal impacts on water

China, Inner Mongolia. The Shengli open-cast coal mine encroaches on the grassland. Ten billion cubic meters of water will be consumed by 16 new coal fired power plants and mines in China in 2015, triggering severe water crises in the country's arid Northwest. ©Lu Guang/Greenpeace

Inner Mongolia Xilin Gol prairie

Inner Mongolia Xilin Gol prairie

Hidden in an unknown corner of Inner Mongolia is a toxic, nightmarish lake created by our thirst for smartphones, consumer gadgets and green tech.

The dystopian lake filled by the world’s tech lust

Hidden in an unknown corner of Inner Mongolia is a toxic, nightmarish lake created by our thirst for smartphones, consumer gadgets and green tech.

Top 10 family summer destinations in China: One-Thousand-Household Miao Village. Houses built tier upon tier on the hillside of Xijiang, in Southwest China's Guizhou province. Known as a historical cultural ancient town, the village cluster is the largest Miao village in China with more than 10 natural villages and about 1,200 families. Visitors can interact with locals with Miao dances and craft making to better understand their culture. [IC]

Top 10 family summer destinations in China: One-Thousand-Household Miao Village. Houses built tier upon tier on the hillside of Xijiang, in Southwest China's Guizhou province. Known as a historical cultural ancient town, the village cluster is the largest Miao village in China with more than 10 natural villages and about 1,200 families. Visitors can interact with locals with Miao dances and craft making to better understand their culture. [IC]

mongolia nature - Google Search

mongolia nature - Google Search

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