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NP QUARTERLY

December 2018

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The New Perspective of Homeland Conservation - Symposium of Reviewing National Park’s Functional Position under the National Spatial Planning Syste

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Taiwan’s east see areas were important pathways for jade trading in the prehistoric culture. / Hsiao-Lu Ho
Taiwan’s east see areas were important pathways for jade trading
in the prehistoric culture. / Hsiao-Lu Ho

Article / Hui-Ying Lui Photo / Provided by Greenland Ecology Conservation Association

In response to the implementation of the National Spatial Plan, as well as the national park system began joining hands to respond to the “Heading towards National Park Version 2.0” position proposed by the Ministry of the Interior in late 2017, the Construction and Planning Agency held the “Symposium of Reviewing National Park’s Functional Position under the National Spatial Planning System” seminar under the “National Parks for the Future - International Symposium of National Parks Development and International Cooperation Program” series to strengthen the national park’s future functional positioning. Experts and scholars in the fields of national spatial planning, cultural landscape, and environmental conservation were invited to explore the national park’s responsibility in homeland conservation under the current legal structure and international trends.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Yi-Chang Liu
Yi-Chang Liu

Institute of Archaeology, National Cheng Kung University
Shin Wang
Shin Wang

Professor, Graduate School of Earth Science, Chinese Culture University
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