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Noah’s Ark


The Noah’s Ark Project was proposed by SEE built upon its Yangtze River’s First Bend Alpine Forests Conservation Project, and it focuses on biodiversity conservation in the mountainous regions in Southwest China. The project endeavours to explore and promote the interdependence between human society and ecosystems, to promote an exploration mechanism for comprehensive biodiversity conservation in the core areas of Southwest China’s mountains, and to encourage local people to engage in and lead field conservation efforts and make sustainable use of local biological resources. Ultimately the local communities will be able to benefit from conservation.


By the end of 2023, the project had successfully witnessed the birth of 77 little green peacocks in the project site. It also funded the development of a mobile audio-visual alarm system for preventing conflicts with Asian elephants, conducted intelligent identification training for data feedback from Asian elephants, and optimized and restored 10,100 hectares of Asian elephant habitats. The Green Paper on Protection of Black Snub-nosed Monkey has been released officially after three years of monitoring and survey.