The 1st Hailluogou Mountainous Region Forum kicks off on October 29 in Hailuogou, southwest China's Sichuan Province.
More than 60 international experts including American botanist and professor Bill McNamara, Japanese glacier environment and climate professor Ageta Yutaka, Indian geographer Dr. Vishwambhar Prasad Sati and
remarkable Chinese glaciologist and climate scientist Qin Dahe attend the forum.
They discuss about climate change, glacier forest resource and environment protection, mountainous region tourism and sustainable development.
Particularly, they raise suggestions on the planning and protection of Hailuogou Glacier Forest Park.
In recent years, Hailuogou positively develop its unique mountainous region resources. It follows the strategy of 'comprehensive tourism', rather than the scenic-spot oriented tourism.
Hailuogou insists on environment protection and green development. It will start with this forum, utilize resources and improve infrastructure and services to achieve the harmony between human beings and the Nature.
The forum lasts for three days. On October 30, experts visit Hailuogou glacier resources.