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June 16th, 2011
Norway and China Forge New Partnership for Environmental Cooperation

Recently at the Norwegian seminar, at the China International Environment Protection Exhibition & Conference (CIEPEC) in Beijing, a historical agreement was signed between Norwegian Water Research Institute (NIVA) and Inner Mongolia Environmental Science Institute (IMESI). Sino Norwegian environmental cooperation has enjoyed a long history. NIVA started to work in China with 4 projects in 1995 financed by the Norwegian government, and has been involved in over 15 projects in China ever since. One major project is the restoration of the Lake Wuliangshuai in Inner Mongolia, which is heavily polluted. The Inner Mongolia government will now invest almost 10 billion RMB on this lake restoration. Read More