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Since the first national park, Kenting National Park, was established in 1984, several unique sites have been successively designated for development of national parks, including Yushan, Yangmingshan, Taroko, Shei-Pa, Kinmen, Donsha Atoll, and Taijiang area, and they are now full-ledged national parks.
	“Taiwan National Parks Walk for Health” 2013 National Park Week Events
Kaohsiung Metropolitan Park launched the "Snake Year Walk for the Environment and Health" event today (April 13th 2013) as part of the celebration for the 17th anniversary of Kaohsiung Metropolitan Park. The organizer utilized the immense space of the park to plan a "snake trail" echoing the theme of the Snake Year.
Celebration for the 17th Anniversary of Kaohsiung Metropolitan Park launched a series of events.
Flowers blossoming, creatures of Mother Earth awakening from the bitter winter, Yangmingshan comes alive in cheerful spring. The 2013Yangmingshan Flower Fest ran from February 12th to March 17th. A series of activities received positive feedback.
Festival of Spring: 102 Yangmingshan Flower Fest
The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), or Earth Summit, held in 1992 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, started an international dialogue on environmental protection and development among country leaders. The second session of this decade conference was held in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2002 in the name of World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD). Next, in June 2012, the third session was held again in Rio under the name of The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD), or Earth Summit 2012.
The Unrivaled Power and Spirit of Taiwan NGOs: An interview with THC CEO Juju Chin-Shou WANG (Part 1)
Also known as Non-profit organizations (NPO), the third sector, or voluntary organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are independent organizations that do not belong to any government or country. Although some profit organizations are also NGOs, they do not engage in any business activity and are legal groups advocating and promoting social, cultural, and environment-related issues.
The Unrivaled Power and Spirit of Taiwan NGOs: An interview with THC CEO Juju Chin-Shou WANG (Part 2)
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