Tsunami of Chinese Marine Parks Drives Dolphins into Captivity

Gregory McCann

With the growth of the aquatic entertainment industry, trade in marine animals is gathering speed in China.


Taiwan’s Bygone Species and Their Possible Return

Gregory McCann

Bringing extinct species back from oblivion is no easy task. But the good news is Taiwan has experience in this realm.

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How Bad Is Taiwan’s Drought?

TNL Staff

Most reservoirs in Taoyuan, Hsinchu, and Miaoli are less than 15% full. Several in central Taiwan are less than 10% full.

A Taiwanese boy wears a slogan reading "Stop the 4th Nuclear Power Plant. Give Power Back to People," during a protest against the construction of Taiwan's fourth nuclear power plant to be completed i

Reactivating Controversial Nuclear Site Not an Option: Tsai

Bryan Chou

The controversy over Taiwan's fourth nuclear power plant resurfaced due to a construction plan for a liquified natural gas terminal.


Is Taiwan’s Water Too Cheap?

TNL Staff

Currently, Taiwanese people enjoy the cheapest water in Asia, with NT$9.2 charged per unit on average.


Fukushima 10 Years On

TNL Staff

Few earthquakes leave scars in the environment and society that are felt 10 years on. Not, however, for the disaster that struck Fukushima on March 11, 2011.


As World Sours on Coal, Top Producer Indonesia Tries To Sweeten It at Home


Indonesia’s coal industry has been hit hard by the pandemic. The government’s solution triggers debate on the future of the country’s energy policy.

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