Feng Yongfeng is a Beijing-based journalist, the founder of NGO Green Beagle and a member of the awarding committee of the China Environmental Press Awards.
Migratory bird habitats are being killed in large numbers by hunters, but responsibility also lies with consumer demand for the meat.
Concerned citizens are using microblogs and other online tools to help protect the environment. Feng Yongfeng explains how the 2012 China Environmental Press Awards recognised their contributions.
A push to build housing for Tibetan herders is driving logging in Sichuan, where angry locals have taken matters into their own hands. Campaigner Feng Yongfeng gives a view from the ground.
Concluding his account of Sichuan’s timber struggle, Feng Yongfeng talks to a local official fighting to balance political and environmental commitments in Dege county.
Reservoirs and hydropower stations are sprouting up all over China, damaging ecosystems and causing conflict. It’s time to leave the rivers alone, says Feng Yongfeng.
Herders from the ecologically degraded Tibetan Plateau expected a better life when they were relocated to newly constructed urban homes. But they were disappointed, writes Feng Yongfeng.
Some parts of China have experienced comparative prosperity, but at what cost? Feng Yongfeng spoke to fishermen in the east of the country, where a local development zone has led to simmering discontent.
节能和减排不仅是治理污染和加强环保的重点, 它们对两家北京的新兴企业来说还意味着商机遇。 冯永锋对此进行了报道。
Saving energy and reducing emissions are not only good ideas, but also good business for two young companies in the Chinese capital. Feng Yongfeng reports.
Hainan Island, China’s southernmost province, announced its wish to become an “ecological province” almost a decade ago. However, reports Feng Yongfeng, the tropical island’s biodiversity is still under threat.
Local knowledge is helping conservationists protect the fragile ecology of northwest China’s grasslands. Feng Yongfeng reports from the village of Cuochi on the Qinghai-Tibet plateau.