Writen by Giulia Mengato. My research on Indigenous communities in Taiwan shows that the needs and wishes of Indigenous peoples are still considered secondary to those of government. I argue for a more nuanced approach wherein public institutions work alongside local people. Government restrictions should not suffocate community will and should not limit the agency of local people.
Written by Jennifer Hsieh. In the past couple of years, PM2.5, or atmospheric particulate matter, has become a popular buzzword for environmental activism in Taiwan.
Written by Ming-Chien Su Taiwan is in the process of initiating a circular economy for waste management. The circular economy is an economic process which
Written by Ming-sho Ho. Social constructionism is a theory which ascertains how people perceive reality because it is through this process which we are able
Written by Tsung Hung Lee and Fen-Hauh Jan. Tourism can result in adverse environmental effects, particularly as greenhouse gas emissions are associated with travelling and
Written by Bin-Min Sung. The concept of national parks was established by the United States in the 19th century. Today, national parks around the world are
Written by Chung-Ling Chen Sea used to be a symbol of danger and was considered a far-removed place for people in Taiwan. This is due