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    Greenpeace Taiwan 結果共5筆

  • Misleading documentary sparks anger among Taiwan’s fishermen

    Taiwan’s fishing industry considers legal action against Greenpeace for a documentary allegedly tarnishing its reputation by confusingly linking Taiwanese vessels to labor abuses, despite the incident involving a Chinese ship. The industry urges the Ministry of Agriculture to clarify facts, amid concerns of damaging Taiwan’s image in international trade negotiations.
    2024/04/30 17:55
  • 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
  • Bottled water and seafood reveal high microplastic levels

    Discover how Taiwan is confronting the environmental and health challenges posed by microplastics in bottled water and seafood. Learn about the collective efforts to shift towards reusable containers, as highlighted by recent research and initiatives.
    2024/02/05 17:18
  • TPP calls for pragmatic energy mix amid Greenpeace demo

    Greenpeace has staged a surprise demonstration calling for a 40% renewable energy target in Taiwan by 2030. The Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) has responded by emphasizing the need for a pragmatic approach to the country’s energy mix policy. TPP spokesperson Tai Yu-wen stated that the energy strategy should be based on scientific evidence, focused on just energy transformation and sustainable development. The TPP supports a proposed energy mix of 45% natural gas, 30% renewables, 15% coal, and 10% nuclear power by 2030. Tai emphasized the importance of developing renewable energy sources while also maintaining justice in the energy transition. The TPP encourages the use of green power, supports community renewable energy projects, and aims to enhance the development of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure. The party hopes to achieve ambitious goals by 2030, including a 100% electrification rate for public buses and significant market shares for electric cars and scooters.
    2023/12/20 21:25
  • Greenpeace protests at Taiwan parties’ HQs for green energy

    Greenpeace stages dramatic protests at the national campaign headquarters of the Democratic Progressive Party, Kuomintang, and Taiwan People’s Party presidential candidates, symbolizing Taiwan’s "lack of green electricity." Activists construct towering billboards to voice concerns about Taiwan’s environmental and economic crises due to inadequate green energy development. Greenpeace urges all candidates to commit to enhancing green energy targets for 2030. Lai Ching-te, the DPP candidate, references COP28’s decision and President Tsai Ing-wen’s efforts to complete the first phase of the energy transition. Taiwan’s green electricity supply now exceeds 10 percent, surpassing nuclear power generation.
    2023/12/20 19:03
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