Yi-Yuan Su

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Department of Law,National Chung Hsing University
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Assistant Professor
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suyiyuan@dragon.nchu.edu.tw
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ABSTRACT Taiwan’s government announced its energy development plan in 2017 and decided to promote no nuclear power policy by the year 2025. Before further discussion on the renewable energy promotion, it is better to understand the current electricity generation structure. This study presented...
Country: Taiwan Topic: Renewable energy
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Background The CPC Corporation, Taiwan (CPC) owns a land for industrial use in the coastline area of Da-Tan, Tao-Yuan County and plans to develop that area as liquefied nature gas (LNG) receiving terminal and tanks, including the receiving port construction.  The construction site of building...
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In the beginning of 2018, the prices of fruits and vegetables fell almost 30 % because the Managers of Taipei’s agriculture products wholesale market decided that the market would not be in operation for two three-days near the Chinese Lunar Holidays. This event attracted many attentions from...
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INTRODUCTION The forests in Taiwan, which covers approximately 2.1 million hectares[1], occupy almost 60.1% of the total land area of the island. It is an important habitat for various animals and plants; it also helps to conserve clean and pure water resource for its residents and communities...
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INTRODUCTION Synergistic cumulative anthropogenic impacts degrade biodiversity across the ocean, especially in the Pacific (Caldwell et al. 2009) . Coral reefs, a critical source of biodiversity face intense threats from multiple sources including overfishing, nutrient pollution, direct...
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