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Study on the Stability Evaluation of Ecological Environment in Tibet From the Perspective of Sustainable Development

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DOI: 10.23977/erej.2021.050208 | Downloads: 11 | Views: 1013


Liming Wang 1


1 Tibet University, Lasa, Tibet 850012, China

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Liming Wang


There are many special and unique types of ecosystems, which play an important role as a barrier to the ecological security of China and even Asia. In recent years, with the intensification of global climate change and the impact of human activities, the ecosystem of the Tibet Plateau has undergone significant changes. We must not only focus on the region, but also consider the whole country and even the world. That is to say, as a new type of tourism, eco-tourism pays special attention to training tourists to learn, experience and appreciate the natural environment, or to appreciate some of the elements in the cultural background connected with the natural environment. It has obvious environmental and social aspects. Cultural sustainability. The white paper puts forward the future development direction from six main aspects, such as the gradual improvement of system of ecological civilization, remarkable achievements in ecological conservation, sustained and stable environmental quality, steady development of characteristic industries, basic establishment of scientific and technological support system, and gradual formation of ecological culture. The plateau itself and its surrounding areas have a great impact on human living environment and economic and social development, and play a vital and irreplaceable role in human survival and development. This paper discusses how to realize the sustainable development of Tibet on the premise of protecting the ecological environment of Tibet from the aspects of ecological environment and resource status, strategic orientation of sustainable development of Tibet and capacity building.


Tibet; ecological environment; sustainable development


Liming Wang. Study on the Stability Evaluation of Ecological Environment in Tibet From the Perspective of Sustainable Development. Environment, Resource and Ecology Journal (2021) 5: 34-39. DOI:


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