Land resource protection
Land is a place where human beings live and produce. It is a highly integrated natural economic system composed of many factors such as geology, geomorphology, climate, vegetation, soil, hydrology and human activities. From the perspective of ecological balance, controlling population growth and strictly restricting the occupation of cultivated land are closely related to nature conservation. The fundamental measure for the protection of land resources is to plant trees and forests, and to rationally irrigate and cultivate the land resources that have been developed and utilized. The tidal flat is a shallow beach in the coastal silting plain. It can provide arable land for agriculture, and can provide breeding grounds for the aquaculture industry. It can make salt and use tidal energy to generate electricity.
Biological resource protection
While providing a protective covering for soil, water, and the atmosphere, forests are also renewable sources of an endless variety of products.In a healthy ecosystem, policies and programs must balance economic and conservation needs. This section highlights cases where communities have developed land use practices and businesses that both conserve ecosystems and enhance local economies.
Communities can promote healthy wildlife by supporting integrative approaches for managing, protecting, and enhancing wildlife populations and habitats appropriate to their area. The forest is a group of green plants composed of trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants. It should be rationally planned and developed according to the natural growth rules of the forest, and must be taken care of preventing forest fires. The grassland is a herbaceous vegetation. According to the productivity of the grassland, the carrying capacity should be reasonably determined to prevent overloading and grazing. Some primitive grasslands, or grasslands with special vegetation types, and grasslands with rare animals can be classified as grassland nature reserves.