During December in Lhasa, groups of bar-headed geese, ruddy shelducks, yellow ducks, and black-necked cranes could be seen.
The Tibet subsidiary system of China’s earthquake quick reporting and early-warning project will soon be under construction and is estimated to be comp...
In the winter, the color of the Yellow River's headwater is dull, amid snow-capped mountains and dark wilted grass.
When Nyima Cering left for the UN Climate Change Conference, he was well aware of the importance of protecting the ecology in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.
Cormorants are large, fish-eating birds.
China has been delivering on its commitment on climate change by continuously shifting to a more green economy.
A Sino-U.S. joint study on soil samples led to findings that soil bacterial diversity will increase in regions with existing climatic conditions.
In early winter, the suburbs of Lhasa become a paradise for wintering migratory birds on the plateau.
Three six-month-old captive African lions have survived the extreme environment of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, a new record for those breeding the specie...
China has the largest distribution of snow leopards in the world with 60 percent of the world's snow leopard habitat.
At the foot of the mountain in Dokde Township, a suburb north of the ancient city of Lhasa, ...