Systematic Ecological Resilience Strategies & Practices in China's National Land Space


  • Chengcheng LIU School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tianjin University, China



Ecological Protection Red Line; NbS Localization; Systematic Resilience of Multi-Scale & Multi-Factor.


In the context of global climate change and rapid urbanization, faced with a series of ecological degradation problems, the Chinese government has continuously deepened the strategic deployment of ecological restoration in the past 20 years, explored and promoted the transformation of ecological restoration from partial and single-factor restoration to comprehensive, multi-scale and multi-factor integrated protection and restoration and comprehensive management. China focus on measures in three aspects: first, control territorial ecological space, delineate and strictly observe the national ecological protection red line, and ensure and safeguard the national ecological security bottom line; Second, research and practice on the localization of Nature-based Solutions in China to strengthen the natural resilience of the ecosystem; Finally, a major ecological protection and restoration project integrating mountains, water, forests, fields, lakes, grass and sand has been implemented, and the function of ecosystem services has been gradually enhanced.


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LIU, C. (2023). Systematic Ecological Resilience Strategies & Practices in China’s National Land Space. Proceedings of the International Conference of Contemporary Affairs in Architecture and Urbanism-ICCAUA, 6(1), 1010–1017.