Nate Maynard
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Nate Maynard works on environmental issues ranging from climate change to the circular economy. A Fulbright fellowship to study coral reef economics originally brought him to Taiwan where has since also consulted on green business development and clean power . He is currently a PhD student at National Chengchi University.
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2018/07/18 | Nate Maynard
ANALYSIS: Solar Lessons for ASEAN from Thailand's Feed-in Tariff Success
Thailand has powered past regional peers when it comes to solar power capacity via astute implementation of feed-in tariffs.
2018/05/11 | Nate Maynard
China’s Waste Import Ban: An Opportunity for Real Recycling
China's move to reject the world's waste is an opportunity to think seriously about the true costs of recycling.
2018/04/22 | Nate Maynard
5 Tips to Help Save the Planet on Earth Day and Every Day
There is no easy fix for global warming, but there are everyday ways you can make a difference.
2018/04/10 | Nate Maynard
TCI Becomes First Taiwanese Company to Commit to 100% Renewable Energy
A white label manufacturer is showing the way for Taiwan's companies to fall into line with a greening global supply chain.
2018/03/16 | Nate Maynard
5 Highlights from Mapping Taiwan's Circular Economy Projects
Circular economy is something of an abstract concept, so here are five real world examples of CE projects in Taiwan.
2018/03/02 | Nate Maynard
Crashing Dreams: The Problem with Sky Lanterns
If you're going to go set fire to lanterns and litter the countryside, at least use a lantern that has a sustainable design.
2018/02/08 | Nate Maynard
Tainan's Student 'Resource Wizards' Tap into the Circular Economy
One program at National Cheng Kung University is trying to push new concepts that go beyond recycling.
2017/12/07 | Nate Maynard
OPINION: The Devastating Human Costs of Taiwan’s Fossil Fuel Subsidies
The true or 'natural' cost of burning coal is off the charts, not least in terms of negative impacts on health and climate.
2017/11/14 | Nate Maynard
Taiwan Cannot Develop Renewable Energy While Secretly Subsidizing Fossil Fuels
Taiwan's government claims that they eliminated electricity subsidies, but they really just hid them from public scrutiny.