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Technological innovation facilitates greening of China’s 7th largest desert

Updated: Aug 8,2018 4:08 PM     Xinhua

Aerial photo taken on July 11, 2018 shows Qixinghu tourist area at the Kubuqi Desert, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. Kubuqi, the seventh largest desert in China, is a good example of China’s success in alleviating desertification. About 6,460 square kilometers of the Kubuqi desert has been reclaimed in the last 30 years. [Photo/Xinhua]

Aerial photo taken on July 11, 2018 shows a plantation area at the Kubuqi Desert, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. Kubuqi, the seventh largest desert in China, is a good example of China’s success in alleviating desertification. About 6,460 square kilometers of the Kubuqi desert has been reclaimed in the last 30 years.[Photo/Xinhua]

Aerial photo taken on July 11, 2018 shows the solar power farm built at the Kubuqi Desert in North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. Kubuqi, the seventh largest desert in China, is a good example of China’s success in alleviating desertification. About 6,460 square kilometers of the Kubuqi desert has been reclaimed in the last 30 years. [Photo/Xinhua]

A technician controls a drone to sow seeds at the Kubuqi Desert, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, July 24, 2018. Kubuqi, the seventh largest desert in China, is a good example of China’s success in alleviating desertification. About 6,460 square kilometers of the Kubuqi desert has been reclaimed in the last 30 years. [Photo/Xinhua]

Technicians work at an plantation area at the Kubuqi Desert, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, July 24, 2018. Kubuqi, the seventh largest desert in China, is a good example of China’s success in alleviating desertification. About 6,460 square kilometers of the Kubuqi desert has been reclaimed in the last 30 years. [Photo/Xinhua]

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