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  In the National Geopark of China logo, the circle represents the Earth, the green mountain constitutes the "moluntain" in hieroglyphic writing, and the river in the middle constitutes the "water" in hieroglyphic writing, thus representing the mountains and rivers of China. The dinosaur represents aspects of the geopark other than rocks, such as wildlife and fossils.

Covering such a large area, China is rich in geological resources and its geoparks have been developing rapidly, over 200 national geoparks established and approved by the Ministry of Land and Resources. To become a National Geopark of China, a geopark has to fulfill a comprehensive set of regulations and requirements. Candidate geoparks are assessed by professionals from the National Government. Successful candidates are designated National Geoparks.

UNESCO Global Geoparks in China

Huangshan Geopark
(Anhui)
Mount Lushan Geopark
(Jiangxi)
Yuntaishan Geopark
(Henan)
Stone Forest Geopark
(Yunnan)
Danxiashan Geopark
(Guangdong)
Zhangjiajie Sandstone Peak
Forest Geopark
(Hunan)
Wudalianchi Geopark
(Heilongjiang)
Songshan Geopark
(Henan)
Yandangshan Geopark
(Zhejiang)
Taining Geopark
(Fujian)
Hexigten Geopark
(Inner Mongolia)
Xingwen Geopark
(Sichuan)
Mount Taishan Geopark
(Shandong)
Wangwushan-Daimeishan Geopark
(Henan)
Leiqiong Geopark
(Hainan)
Fangshan Geopark
(Heibei)
Jingpohu Geopark
(Heilongjiang)
Funiushan Geopark
(Henan)
Longhushan Geopark
(Jiangxi)
Zigong Geopark
(Sichuan)
Qinling Geopark
(Shanxi)
Alxa Geopark
(Inner Mongolia)
Leye-Fengshan Geopark
(Guangxi)
Ningde Geopark
(Fujian)
Tianzhushan Geopark
(Anhui)
Sanqingshan Geopark
(Jiangxi)
Hong Kong Geopark
(Hong Kong)
Sennongjia Geopark
(Hubei)
Yanqing Geopark
(Beijing)
Dali-Cangshan Geopark
(Qinghai)
Mount Kunlun Geopark
(Yunnan)
Zhijindong Cave
(Guizhou)
Dunhuang Geopark
(Gansu)
Arxan Geopark
(Inner Mongolia)
Keketuohai Geopark
(Xinjiang)
Guangwushan-Nuoshuihe Geopark
(Sichuan)
Huanggang Dabieshan Geopark
(Hubei)
 
 

 

(Last updated in April 2018)

 
Foreword
Definition of a Geopark
Purposes of establishing a Geopark
Global Geoparks Network
National Geoparks of China
Hong Kong Global Geopark of China
Planning & Protection Principles
Sistering Geoparks
Supporting Partners
Local Participation
 
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