China plants trees to hold back desertification

June 18, 2007 at 4:41 am Leave a comment

DUOLUN COUNTY, China (Reuters) – Until giant sand dunes swallowed his home, Deng Baogui was a shepherd and wheat farmer in an Inner Mongolian village where his family had lived for three generations.

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