China's Island Building Hurts Environment, U.S. Report SaysBy
Sand and gravel killing South China Sea coral reefs, it says
Environmental damage may breach international law of the sea
China’s reclamation work in the South China Sea may have destroyed coral reefs, damaged fisheries in a region heavily dependent on seafood and breached international law on protecting the environment, according to a report to U.S. Congress.
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