Monday, October 8, 2007

Chairman of the Natural Trail Society of Taiwan has a point

Lin Shwu-ying, the chairman of the Natural Trail Society of Taiwan, speaking on his book titled Stories of 22 Communities which tells the stories of how twenty-two communities were able to improve their environment. Lin said that development projects such as the petrochemical plant that CPC Corp, Taiwan has proposed building would damage the coastline on the west coast. He also said, "The government was talking about doubling the number of visitors to Taiwan, and these natural resources should really be the selling point."

Click to read the Taipei Times article.

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