In fact, wetland conservation all over the world focuses on a certain range of protection as the basic standard. It focuses on how many biological systems are involved, and the buffer zone is used to preserve various factors such as hydrology, food, pollution and isolation of wetlands. So we have the wetland conservation area/buffer boundary of today. However, depending on your new conservation concept, it is a dynamic DIY, not as good as the Ramsar International Convention on Wetlands, which is just a so-called "enclosure-style conservation" in your mouth.
Looking at it, Xie Zhanhuan's remarks job email list seem to be from the Development Bureau, Land Development Association, Heung Yee Kuk, and more from the Environment and Ecology Bureau. In fact, did he go to the wrong place? Notes: Xie Zhanhuan: Wetlands may be rezoned to release "marginal land". Development means that conservation and development do not need to confront Changchun Society and worry about the loss of buffer zone separation Hong Kong Government Press Release) Building from exhaustion: A survey of fish pond ownership in the Northwest New Territories (Local Research Society) Further reading Foreign media pay attention to Hong Kong real estate developers "donating land" to start the cabin (local research institute).
Will the construction of the wetland buffer zone undermine the status of Mai Po's Ramsar Wetland in the long run? (Indigenous Research Society) Hong Kong Government Planning Department "Study on the Ecological Value of Fish Ponds in Deep Bay Area" Research Summary [Summary of this week on latitude and longitude] Mai Po waterfowl has decreased by 30% in ten years (11-2-2019, now news) Paradise Lost for Migratory Birds (11-2-2019, now news) (The article is reproduced with permission, and the title is revised by the editor. The original text can be found here .) [Join Key Comments Network Member] Every day, wonderful and good articles will be delivered directly to your mailbox, and you will enjoy exclusive weekly editorial selections, current affairs selections, art and literature weekly and other special electronic newspapers. You can also leave a message to discuss the content of the article with authors, reporters, and editors. Click to join for free now.