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  • Taiwan to open marine conservation education center in July

    The Ocean Conservation Administration (OCA) renews its MOU with the National Museum of Natural Science and the National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium to boost marine conservation and science education, announcing the opening of a new marine conservation education center in Central Taiwan by July 2024. The collaboration, deepened on World Earth Day, aims to enhance marine wildlife habitat and wetland conservation efforts, alongside a sea turtle rehabilitation project showing significant success in wildlife rescue endeavors.
    2024/04/22 15:25
  • Xiaoliuqiu introduces marine conservation fee for visitors

    Starting July 1, Lambai Island, also known as Xiaoliuqiu, will impose a NT$60 marine conservation fee on visitors entering designated intertidal zones. This initiative, aimed at balancing tourism and ecology for sustainable development, will also limit the number of visitors to these areas. Funds collected will be used for the maintenance and restoration of natural ecological resources. The Pingtung County government and local ecotourism organizations support this measure to protect the island’s environment, which receives over 1 million visitors annually.
    2024/04/16 13:55
  • 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
  • Tsai advocates for marine conservation in Penghu visit

    President Tsai Ing-wen visits Penghu Ocean Conservation Education Center to promote marine conservation. Joining local officials, Tsai learns about seaweed farming, coral rehabilitation, and sea urchin farming. She plants a coral, emphasizing the importance of marine protection.
    2024/03/28 17:10
  • 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
  • Over a third of dolphin species spotted near Taiwan waters

    Discover how Kaohsiung Marine Bureau in Taiwan is leading the way in maritime animal preservation and rescue efforts, with over a third of the world’s dolphin and whale species spotted in nearby waters. Learn about their commitment to conservation, education, and successful rescue missions, as well as how they engage students in marine life awareness.
    2024/02/27 17:33
  • Satellite-tagged sea turtle triumphs over tumors in Taiwan

    A green sea turtle, previously afflicted with tumors, was released back into the wild in Taitung’s Shanyuan Bay. Rescued from a fishing net in July 2023, the turtle underwent successful treatment at the National Museum of Biology & Aquarium in Pingtung. Dr. Chen I-chun noted the increasing number of sea turtles with tumors globally, particularly along the eastern coast of Taiwan. Marine pollution or viral infections are suspected causes. The released turtle, the second in Taiwan to recover from a tumor, brings hope for the preservation of marine life.
    2024/01/18 16:16
  • DPP Lai joins sea turtle release, advocates conservation

    DPP vice-presidential candidate Lai Ching-te attended a marine conservation event in Hengchun Township, where he witnessed healed sea turtles being returned to the ocean. The event, hosted by the Marine Animals Rescue Network (MARN), showcased efforts to rescue and rehabilitate injured marine protected species. MARN has successfully released 393 recovered marine animals back into the wild since its inception four years ago. The Ocean Affairs Council Director-General emphasized the integration of resources to establish MARN, which now operates six stations across Taiwan. This year alone, 23 whales, dolphins, and 163 sea turtles have been released, with seven turtles equipped with satellite transmitters. The rescue efforts have revealed instances of marine debris inside the stomachs of turtles, highlighting the issue of ocean pollution. Lai Ching-te presented letters of appreciation to honor the dedication of the rescue teams. Currently, 11 stranded and injured sea turtles are under care at the National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium. Lai emphasized the importance of a national marine policy and urged the public to actively engage in marine conservation.
    2023/12/02 12:12
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