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Ling Lin

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WWF China

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WWF China

Chengdu, Sichuan,

China

Company Description

WWF China has been promoting a wetland conservation protection network to facilitate wetland protection and management throughout the Yangtze River Basin since 2002. Currently the network consists of 39 nature reserves and wetland parks, which cover a total ar... more.

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Employment History

Sales Manager, PPBG, China

Cabot Corporation


Coordinator of Minshan Initiative Project

World Wildlife Fund


Deputy Executive Director of the Chengdu Program Office

World Wide Fund for Nature


Web References(21 Total References)


ursafreedomproject.ning.com

We hope this campaign will raise awareness of the threats and challenges that wild pandas face and encourage more people to protect their homes in the wild," said Dr. Ling Lin, WWF China's Deputy Conservation Director of Operations.


wwfcn.panda.org

"How to fight against the poaching activity has become one of the major threats facing the protection of panda in Minshan," said Ling Lin, director of WWF-China's Chengdu Office.
According to Ling, the bordering areas between different nature reserves have become the areas most seriously affected by poaching due to their remote location and inadequate coverage by the reserve administrations. "It is like a hide-and-seek game. The poachers will sneak back at night if the rangers patrol there in daytime, or return when the rangers leave," said Ling. "It is hard for the reserves to deal with such situation as each reserve actually are short of people to deploy." Moreover, the lack of cooperation among nature reserves has undermined the administrative effectiveness. Before WWF's involvement, anti-poaching patrols were implemented separately by different nature reserves in varied times in Minshan. Some poachers escaped punishment by selectively navigating this patchwork of protection. "The rangers patrolling in their reserve were powerless to punish poachers who would run from the reserve to an adjacent one once they spotted the patrol," said Ling.


www.peopleandplanet.net

"A recent investigation found that mass tourism to Zharugou would not only negatively impact the area, but also a neighbouring golden monkey reserve," said Ling Lin, Director of WWF China's programme office in Chendgu. "I am hopeful that we can convince local authorities to develop responsible tourism at one of China's most famous sites.If successful, it would serve as a model for other nature reserves to follow," he added.


www.wildchina.com [cached]

"A recent investigation found that mass tourism to Zharugou would not only negatively impact the area, but also a neighbouring golden monkey reserve," said Ling Lin, Director of WWF China's programme office in Chendgu.
"I am hopeful that we can convince local authorities to develop responsible tourism at one of China's most famous sites. If successful, it would serve as a model for other nature reserves to follow," he added.


photos.panda.org [cached]

"A recent investigation found that mass tourism to Zharugou would not only negatively impact the area, but also a neighbouring golden monkey reserve," said Ling Lin, Director of WWF China's programme office in Chendgu. "I am hopeful that we can convince local authorities to develop responsible tourism at one of China's most famous sites.If successful, it would serve as a model for other nature reserves to follow," he added.


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