Relentless efforts to protect Kon Hà Nừng biosphere reserve

The Kon Hà Nừng Plateau, which received UNESCO recognition in September last year, consists of the 57,589-hectare Kon Ka Kinh National Park and Kon Chư Răng Nature Reserve, plus the 152,009-hectare buffer zone, and the 206,211-hectare transition zone.

According to the deputy chairman of Gia Lai People’s Committee Kpă Thuyên, the goal is to create a sustainable socio-economic development model in the area. They also aim to form a harmonious connection between the local biodiversity and the ethnic cultural identities, and between economic development and environmental protection.

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