The Tibetan Autonomous Region of TAR in southwest China continues to be the world’s leading place in environmental quality.
The ecological situation of the region continues to be stable. This is stated in a report published by the TAR Department of Ecology and Environment.
Experts note the excellent air quality and good condition of water in local reservoirs. The report says that by the end of 2020, 47 nature reserves were established in Tibet with a total area of 412,200 square kilometers, covering more than one-third of the total area of the region.
There are 214 species of endangered red-listed plants growing on these territories. Chinese experts also stated that the population of most of the protected animal species in Tibet has significantly increased in recent years.