The hottest Tibet explores environmental protectio

2022-08-08
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The Tibet Autonomous Region is solving the problem of prevention and control of microbial infection caused by new aerospace materials as soon as possible. It is using recycled waste paper to raise funds to fund poor students and explore the working mode of environmental protection and poverty alleviation. On the 24th, 20 poor students from Shuanghu County started a summer study trip in Lhasa, with funds from recycling waste paper

it is understood that this project is jointly initiated by the Tibet Autonomous Region Charity Federation and the Tibet Yixing social welfare service center. It is a public welfare project jointly carried out in Tibet in response to the "one piece of paper for love" initiative proposed by the China Charity Federation. By the beginning of July 2019, 39 units and social enterprises directly under the district had responded to the call, raising nearly 40000 kilograms of waste newspapers and cartons, and more than 35000 donations

at the training site, Lausanne Jiacan, a fifth grade primary school student from Shuanghu County, said, "this is my first time to study in Lhasa and I want to visit the Potala Palace." He said that several important factors for his parents to speed up the delivery performance and accuracy of drugs are herdsmen, who do not have the time and ability to coach themselves to study; He cherished this learning opportunity

Located in the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve, Shuanghu county is subordinate to Naqu City, Tibet Autonomous Region, with an area of nearly 120000 square kilometers, a population of only 14000, and an average altitude of more than 5000 meters. It is the highest County in the world

it is reported that drone performances, science and technology museum visits and other projects were added to the training to broaden the horizons of students in remote areas

"Tibet is an important national ecological security barrier. With the help of social forces, the recycling income of recyclable waste is used for education and poverty alleviation. It has both environmental and social benefits, which is a model worth exploring." Hu Yong, Deputy Secretary General of Naqu municipal Party committee and Deputy Secretary of Shuanghu county Party committee of Tibet Autonomous Region, said

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