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  • Marshall Islands pledges strong support for Taiwan

    Discover how the Marshall Islands reaffirmed its support for Taiwan during President Hilda C. Heine’s visit, marking 26 years of diplomatic ties and future collaboration on key issues.
    2024/05/22 15:46
  • Peng takes on environmental challenges as new minister

    Discover how Peng Chi-ming, Taiwan’s new Minister of the Environment, addresses the pressures of his role and his stance on nuclear energy amid climate change challenges in his first report to the Legislative Yuan.
    2024/05/22 10:59
  • Taiwan faces extended summer due to climate change: experts

    Explore how Taiwan could face a seven-month-long summer and other severe impacts detailed in the 2024 climate report, emphasizing the urgency for global cooperation in climate initiatives.
    2024/05/14 16:06
  • Climate change brings stronger typhoons to Taiwan

    Explore how rising temperatures and changing weather patterns due to climate change are impacting Taiwan, including the challenges in typhoon detection and regional prevention strategies.
    2024/05/08 17:00
  • Taiwan braces for plum rain season’s first front

    Explore how Taiwan is preparing for the plum rain season with the expected arrival of weather fronts that could bring increased humidity and showers. Understand the implications of potential La Niña conditions and stay updated on climate change impacts.
    2024/04/30 18:11
  • 2024 Earth Day: Sustainability report shares practical steps

    Jonathan Hall of Kantar discusses steps for addressing climate change and the role of AI in achieving Taiwan’s 2050 net-zero target at the Earth Solutions 2024 conference.
    2024/04/23 15:58
  • Taoyuan faces power crisis: aging infrastructure to blame

    Explore the challenges Taoyuan City faces with power outages, as Deputy Mayor Wang Ming-chu addresses equipment failure, aging infrastructure, and the indirect role of power shortages. Amidst public dissatisfaction and the impact on industries and healthcare, Taoyuan confronts the realities of climate change and growing demands on its electricity supply.
    2024/04/19 18:07
  • Mazu Pilgrimage shines light on endangered dolphins

    Conservation groups follow Dajia Mazu Pilgrimage in Changhua to raise awareness about endangered Indo-Pacific humpbacked dolphins, known as "Mazu Fish," urging public to protect the species facing threats from climate change and human activities.
    2024/04/11 18:34
  • Prices rise faster in Taiwan, inflation perception sharpens

    Explore how Taiwan’s core inflation cycle has dramatically shortened from an average of 17.19 months to just under 8 months over recent years, leading to a significant shift in public perception towards inflation. This change is attributed to various factors, including the pandemic, geopolitical risks, and climate change, affecting the country’s inflation trend and resulting in a discrepancy between public feeling and official statistics.
    2024/04/08 18:14
  • Taiwan to convene 3rd carbon fee rate review in late April

    Taipei’s Climate Change Administration plans to hold the third Carbon Fee Rate Review Council in late April to discuss carbon pricing, aiming to base future discussions on scientific foundations. Despite disagreements on target feasibility, the Ministry of Environment aims to establish carbon fee rates before 2030 and intends to charge for 2023’s carbon emissions by 2025.
    2024/04/08 17:04
  • Taiwan businesses prioritize swift action for profitability

    Read about the latest insights from the 2024 Taiwan Business Leadership Survey by PwC Taiwan. Discover how Taiwanese business leaders are navigating challenges and opportunities in a rapidly changing economic landscape, with a focus on sustainability, competition, and transformation. Gain valuable perspectives on the future outlook and industry-specific trends shaping Taiwan’s business environment.
    2024/03/27 16:52
  • IMO eyes carbon tax on shipping by 2027

    The United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO) is contemplating a greenhouse gas emission tax on the maritime industry from 2027, potentially marking the first global sector to face a mandatory carbon fee. This tax aims to address the industry’s significant contribution to global emissions and could drive the adoption of eco-friendly practices among shipowners. The potential revenue of US$100 billion annually may also aid developing nations in combating climate change. Despite uncertainties surrounding the tax’s implementation and impact, IMO Secretary-General Arsenio Dominguez is resolute about establishing a pricing mechanism.
    2024/03/26 17:50
  • Global experts discuss sustainable ecosystems at SCSE 2024

    Explore how the Smart City Summit and Expo (SCSE) 2024 became a pivotal platform for Taiwan in its ambitious journey toward achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, featuring insights from global experts on sustainable solutions and collaborative innovation.
    2024/03/19 20:47
  • Taiwan to host APPU annual meeting in 2025

    Deputy Legislative Speaker Johnny Chiang extends an invitation to MPs from Asian-Pacific Parliamentarians’ Union member countries to Taiwan’s 2025 Annual Meeting. Chiang emphasizes Taiwan’s commitment to addressing regional issues like climate change and economic development. Taiwan will host the APPU conference for the 11th time in 2025.
    2024/03/14 12:01
  • Taiwan’s Smart City Summit kicks off on March 19-22

    Get ready for the 11th Smart City Summit & Expo in Taipei and Kaohsiung, focusing on digital transformation and green technology. Expect record attendance and cutting-edge solutions for climate change.
    2024/03/13 17:56
  • Taipei battles urban heat with green solutions

    Discover how Taipei City is tackling the urban heat island effect with sustainable solutions like energy-efficient buildings, increased green coverage, and strategic urban planning. This initiative aims to create a cooler, more livable city for its residents.
    2024/03/06 17:17
  • Taiwan boosts flights to Palau, deepens bilateral ties

    Taiwan and Palau strengthen cooperation and tourism opportunities as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Tien Chung-kwang announces increased flights. Democratic Progressive Party legislator Chung Chia-pin hosts establishment meeting for Taiwan and Palau Parliamentary Friendship Association, highlighting diplomatic ties and cooperative relationships in various spheres. Palauan Ambassador to Taiwan David Adams Orrukem emphasizes environmental conservation and climate change as top priorities during the meeting.
    2024/03/01 17:20
  • Growing number of plastic bags in Taiwan sparks concern

    A joint survey reveals Taiwan’s staggering plastic waste production, prompting concerns over packaging in supermarkets. Despite efforts to reduce plastic bag usage, statistics show high consumption rates, leading to questions about policy effectiveness. Environmental groups urge the government to implement stronger measures amid rising global environmental awareness.
    2024/02/20 15:49
  • Taiwanese unaware of carbon reduction policies: survey

    Eugene Chien, president of the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy, discusses the challenges and opportunities of Taiwan’s planned carbon fee by 2025, aimed at achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Insights from a recent survey show public unawareness and dissatisfaction with current climate change efforts, stressing the need for alignment with global carbon taxation trends and the integration of AI with ESG initiatives.
    2024/02/01 15:52
  • Lai Ching-te celebrates democracy with Marshall Islands

    President-elect Lai Ching-te of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) had a virtual call with Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine, celebrating their successful elections and shared values of democracy, freedom, and human rights. President Heine praised Taiwan as a beacon of democracy and expressed hope to attend Lai’s inauguration ceremony. Both leaders highlighted the 26-year diplomatic relations between Taiwan and the Marshall Islands, emphasizing successful cooperation in various sectors such as agriculture, healthcare, renewable energy, education, climate change adaptation, and information technology. Lai expressed his intention to collaborate with the Marshall Islands in addressing climate change.
    2024/01/24 18:33
  • Nauru cuts diplomatic ties with Taiwan, allies dwindle to 12

    Taiwan’s diplomatic ties with Nauru, its South Pacific ally, have been severed, reducing Taiwan’s diplomatic partners to 12. Taiwan and Nauru first established diplomatic relationships on May 4, 1980, with a brief interruption from 2002 to 2005 when Nauru switched allegiance to Beijing. Efforts by the then-Taiwanese Foreign Minister Mark Chen and Nauruan President Ludwig Scotty revived the ties. The current Nauruan president, David Adeang, received congratulations from the Taiwanese ambassador stationed in Nauru. Taiwan and Nauru have collaborated in various areas, including infrastructure construction, public health, clean energy, education, climate change, information technology, agriculture and fishing, and naval patrol. Taiwan’s remaining diplomatic allies include the Marshall Islands, Palau, Tuvalu, Eswatini, the Holy See, Belize, Guatemala, Haiti, Paraguay, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent.
    2024/01/15 14:12
  • Tuvalu unveils innovative approach to combat climate change

    Tuvalu, one of the small Pacific nations most vulnerable to climate change, adopts a pioneering digital strategy in the metaverse to combat rising seas and preserve its cultural identity. Explore how Ambassador Paeniu’s insights shed light on Tuvalu’s battle against the climate crisis.
    2024/01/10 17:27
  • MOI approves phase two of CTSP expansion, meeting TSMC needs

    The urban planning committee of Taiwan’s Ministry of the Interior (MOI) has approved phase two of the Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) expansion project, which is closely linked to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). This project aims to meet the advanced manufacturing needs of Taiwan’s semiconductor industry. The CTSP administration received support from committee members, and the land is expected to be handed over to factories by mid-2024 for public works construction. The expansion will convert agricultural and institutional land into a specialized area and public facility space spanning 89 hectares. In addition to creating 4,500 jobs to strengthen the semiconductor industry, the project will also align with climate change strategies and targets for a net-zero path by 2050. This includes a timeline for the supply of reclaimed water and renewable energy. The MOI emphasizes that these strategies and targets will respond to international sustainability goals while balancing global competitiveness with local sustainable development.
    2023/12/26 22:14
  • Taiwan initiates carbon credit trading for zero-carbon goals

    The Taiwan Carbon Solution Exchange (TCX) has launched international carbon credits trading, marking the start of a zero-carbon era. The Ministry of Environment (MOEV) is committed to achieving the net-zero goal and plans to implement carbon fees on businesses by 2024. Around 1,700 publicly traded companies in Taiwan will undergo carbon inspections within seven years, with those emitting 25,000 metric tons annually being the first to be taxed. However, the voluntary review report by the Climate Change Administration (CCA) revealed that three major greenhouse gas emission reduction goals were not met between 2020 and 2022, largely due to labor constraints. To accelerate progress, the CCA has doubled the number of inspection agencies from seven to 14 in the past two years.
    2023/12/26 21:50
  • MOFA expresses regret over Wu’s UNFCCC comments, cites risks

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) expressed "confusion and regret" five times in a statement regarding comments made by Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) vice presidential candidate Cynthia Wu. The MOFA highlighted that Wu’s proactive analysis and attendance at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) conferences could jeopardize Taiwan’s interests. Following her participation in the 28th United Nations Climate Change conference (COP28) in Dubai, Wu criticized the event’s low standards, stating it was a disservice to taxpayers. MOFA responded to Wu’s criticism, indicating that her conspicuous announcement to attend COP28 provided China with an opportunity to repress Taiwan’s participation, hindering the entire delegation and damaging Taiwan’s future international engagement, as well as the nation’s dignity. Wu’s office released a statement asserting that MOFA had not informed her of the risks of Chinese suppression. When asked about MOFA’s response, Wu declined to comment further. The MOFA expressed regret over the limitations imposed on Wu’s candidacy due to Chinese pressure, directly countering her doubts. MOFA emphasized that condemnation should be directed at China for obstructing Taiwan’s participation. The MOFA expressed bewilderment and regret that Wu criticized domestic institutions but failed to condemn China, the true suppressor of Taiwan’s international voice.
    2023/12/18 19:45
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