The hottest paper industry opens up a planting eco

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The paper industry has opened up a planting economic belt for poor mountainous areas in Yunnan Province

so that local people can get rid of the traditional working method of "slash and burn cultivation", and large-scale planting of fast-growing forests can not only curb local soil erosion and improve the environment, but also increase the income of local people -

midsummer, sponsored by green China magazine and supported by Renmin University of China, Fudan University and Communication University of China, The "Green China travel to Yunnan" activity sponsored by app (China) of golden light group was successfully held

the theme of this activity is "forest story · life documentary". The main participants of the activity are students majoring in Renmin University of China, Fudan University and Communication University of China. From their unique perspective, they use images and words to record the natural features and people's lives of Yunnan

Yunnan is known as China's "Kingdom of animals and plants". Due to its unique climate and geographical environment, Yunnan has concentrated all varieties from tropical and subtropical to temperate and even frigid zones, making it the province with the largest number of plant species in China. Because of its rich green resources, Yunnan is the first stop of the "Green China" activity

this "close to Yunnan" focused on Simao plantation and Xishuangbanna virgin forest

Simao used to be an important post station on the "ancient tea horse road". The 10000 mu tea garden is still lush, and the tea industry economy is the main economic pillar of Simao. However, the people in Simao area still live in poverty. Among the 10 districts and counties under its jurisdiction, 8 are national poverty-stricken counties. Taking Lancang, which is the key inspection of "Green China", as an example, this county is an important gateway from Yunnan to Myanmar and the only Lahu Autonomous County in China. 95% of the area is mountainous, 74% of the population is in absolute poverty, and the per capita annual income is only 600 yuan

due to the long-term influence of the traditional working method of "slash and burn", Simao county has more than 8000 square kilometers of land, most of the cultivated land has been deserted, and the area of water and soil loss accounts for 20.93% of the land of the whole county. In the more than five hour bumpy journey from Simao to Lancang, there are steep mountains and forests on one side, cliffs and the muddy Lancang River rolling under the cliffs on the other side, and a large mangy hill in the distance, dotted with weeds and shrubs on the yellow sand

in recent five years, some technologies of large industry are very advanced. Yunnan Province has carried out planning and transformation of some inefficient forests, and promoted fast-growing forest projects in 34 counties (cities) of the province. Since the large-scale afforestation of Lancang in April 2003, soil erosion has been basically curbed, which has also increased the source of income for the local people. The visiting students mainly visited the woodland of moxie in Donghui township. Donghui township is one of the first nine townships to implement the fast-growing forest project in Lancang. 2 the development of customer solutions finally reached the design goal in 2003. By 2005, more than 36000 mu of afforestation had been completed, 7.79 million yuan of land rent and labor fees were obtained, and the per capita income of the Township increased by 548 yuan; In 2006, the tending of forest land created 660000 yuan of labor fees for the local people. Such a high economic income has never been seen locally. Take Banli village, which is mainly responsible for afforestation in Donghui Township, for example. There are more than 3000 people in 767 households in the village. Through afforestation in 2004, each household increased its income by 687 yuan, and many farmers gradually bought televisions and motorcycles. No wonder the party secretary of the village Party branch sighed to the inspection team: our "way out is in the mountains, and getting rich depends on the forest" here

as the only foreign-funded enterprise developing in Simao, Jinguang group cooperates to establish a forestry school in Simao, build a forestry teaching and research base in Lancang, and work with local farmers to promote fast-growing forest projects and regenerate forest resources. The life of Jinguang people has long been integrated into this small county with less than 100000 households, and has become the promoter of local economic development and cultural dissemination. Jinguang forestry workers also adopted dozens of poor students in local schools and used their salaries to support children's schooling

personally experience the life of the people in Yunnan. College students seem to have complex feelings. They record the simple language of the local people with human sensitivity and freeze moving moments with camera lenses. Different from the beauty and mystery of the dreamy south of clouds, they came close to Yunnan and found that this frontier province with multi-ethnic cultures had too much poverty and helplessness that were not paid attention to

up to now, there are still more than 5 million low-income people (annual per capita income is less than 880 yuan) and more than 2.6 million absolute poor people (annual per capita income is less than 630 yuan) in Yunnan Province, and nearly 800000 extremely poor people have lost their basic living conditions and are in urgent need of relocation. Yunnan Province has 360million mu of forest land resources, 94% of which are mountains, and ordinary people can't get rich by relying on mountains. There are also a large number of mountains in the province, which are desolate, and the hillsides are faintly covered with scorched roots left by slash and burn cultivation decades ago. Due to the loose soil and serious soil erosion in the south, it is difficult to grow cash crops on some sandy lands. Yunnan has undertaken the important task of protecting ecology in China and even the world, but how can local people break through poverty while maintaining ecological security? "Plantation" should be an answer

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source: consumption

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