Promoting the Construction of Beautiful and Rich China with the Theory of Soil and Water Ecology
Science Discovery
Volume 8, Issue 2, April 2020, Pages: 27-31
Received: Mar. 18, 2020; Published: Jun. 4, 2020
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Sun Fazheng, Shenzhen Nature Ecological Garden Technology Co., Ltd., Shenzhen, China
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Abstract
Started from the problems and perplexities of ecological environment in China, the scientific principle and value of the theory of soil and water ecology are discussed. It is thought that the theory of soil and water ecology clarifies the complicated problems of ecological environment. Environmental pollution can be controlled, but it is only a matter of time and cost. Soil and water ecology is the root of ecological environment problems. The clean water and green mountain are destroyed, which cannot be restored. With the theory of soil and water ecology, the idea that clean water and green mountain are golden and silver mountains is read, as well as the way of turning clean water and green mountain into golden and silver mountains and its different impacts on eco-environment. The developed and underdeveloped areas should treat the idea that clean water and green mountain are golden and silver mountains. The application of the theory of soil and water ecology in soil and water conservation broadens the space of soil and water conservation, and it is necessary to establish a national commission for the conservation of soil and water ecology. The theory of soil and water ecology is the golden key to solve the problems of contemporary ecological environment and the theoretical basis for building a beautiful and rich China.
Keywords
Ecological Environment, Soil and Water Ecology, Clean Water and Green Mountain, Golden and Silver Mountains, Beautiful and Rich
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Sun Fazheng, Promoting the Construction of Beautiful and Rich China with the Theory of Soil and Water Ecology, Science Discovery. Vol. 8, No. 2, 2020, pp. 27-31. doi: 10.11648/j.sd.20200802.11
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