Speaking About Anti-Desertification Success Stories in China

From “sea of death” to “sand of gold.” China’s Kubuqi Desert literally translates to “sea of death” in Mongolian. For thousands of years, people associated Kubuqi with a harsh environment that constrained inhabitants to poverty. That changed after the ecological investment company Elion Resources Group, with the support of the local and Chinese government, spent more than $5 billion in the area over a period of 30 years.