Covering 18,600 square kilometers in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, the Kubuqi Desert was home to terrible sandstorms and extreme poverty. The cold and dry environment, along with the lack of infrastructure meant that the people of Kubuqi made a living through the herding of cattle. Centuries of grazing had stripped the land of all vegetation, and the region’s 740,000 people were stuck in isolated poverty, with no to little chance of change.
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