By James DePauwPublished January 11, 2018 08:45:49The app, called Nature, is one of several Chinese government-backed efforts to connect people with nature.
It aims to provide users with nature videos and photos, wildlife information and educational content, maps, wildlife and environmental videos, and information on natural disasters and other natural disasters.
The app uses artificial intelligence to build natural landscapes, including wildlife, rivers and streams, and natural scenes, and to connect users with people who can help them understand the natural world.
The app’s launch is part of a $10 billion China-funded initiative to connect citizens with nature in the country’s rural areas and urban areas.
The plan includes funding for a wide range of services, including nature and wildlife tourism, education and outreach programs, and more.
While China has been trying to promote nature tourism for years, this is the largest-ever funding for such a project.
It’s also an attempt to show China’s economic prowess.
The country has long relied heavily on tourism for economic development, but it also has its share of environmental concerns.
The National Bureau of Statistics reports that China’s emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from agriculture, industry, and land use in the past year surpassed those from the entire world combined.
“This is an important step to expand connectivity and promote China’s natural environment,” said Andrew Durbin, senior vice president at the National Geographic Society.
The Nature app will be available for download at the end of January.
It will also have a Chinese-language version.
The National Geographic app will also offer live-streaming of the video content and help users understand and share its information.