Dienstag, 29. Oktober 2019, 17:00 - 21:00 iCal

Biologische Artenvielfalt und Armut in China

An attempt to support Biodiversity by fighting against human poverty in the past and current threaten factors.

Aula am Campus der Universität Wien
Spitalgasse 2-4 / Hof 1.11, 1090 Wien

Informationsveranstaltung


Vortrag in englischer Sprache mit Diskussion von:

Prof. Dr. Zuofu Xiang

College of Life Science and Technology, Central South University of Forestry & Technology,

498 Shaoshan Nanlu, Changsha, Hunan, 410018, P.R. China

Email: xiangzf@csuft.edu.cn; zorph@163.com

 

Biodiversity and human poverty in P. R. China

An attempt to support Biodiversity by fighting against human poverty in the past and current threaten factors.

 

Sub-nosed monkeys in China: current status and future conservation

Biodiversity conservation and poverty is a global challenge to all countries, particularly for China with 50% of primate species inhabiting impoverished areas. To balance wildlife protection and human poverty, Chinese government introduced policies to alleviate poverty which has a positive effect on conservation for endangered wildlife, especial for nonhuman primates. There are four species of snub-nosed monkeys in China, however, all are endangered. In this lecture, I will present the current status, conservation action in the past, current threaten factors to these species.

 


Veranstalter

Konfuzius-Institut an der Universität Wien


Kontakt

Padraig Lysaght, Helmut Schramke
Innovationszentrum Universität Wien GmbH
Konfuzius-Institut an der Universität Wien
+43 1 4277 24150; +43 680 55144 55
padraig.lysaght@univie.ac.at; helmut.schramke@univie.ac.at