Winter 2021 Lecture Series: Contemporary Environmental Issues in Taiwan

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Type: 
Event
Date: 
February 23, 2021 to March 4, 2021
Location: 
Washington, United States
Subject Fields: 
Asian History / Studies, Chinese History / Studies, East Asian History / Studies, Environmental History / Studies

The Taiwan Studies Program at the University of Washington is happy to announce an upcoming four-part lecture series focused on Contemporary Environmental Issues in Taiwan. All talks will start at 5pm Pacific Time and be publicly available for viewing and participation.

Please RSVP to receive event invitations via email.

 

Feb 23rd

Understanding the Politics of Climate Change in Taiwan: from Global, National, to Local

Professor Chung-En Liu

National Taiwan University, Sociology

 

Feb 25th

Public Opinion and Behavior towards Climate Change in Taiwan

Professor Tsung-Jen Shih

National Chengchi University, Journalism and Communication

 

March 2nd

Climate Change Disaster and Governance in Taiwan

Professor Kuanhui Lin

National Taiwan Normal University, Institute of Environmental Education

 

March 4th

Taiwan’s Food and Agriculture: History, Environment, and Challenges

Professor Po-Yi Hung

National Taiwan University, Geography

 

We look forward to your presence! All questions can be directed to taiwanst@uw.edu

Contact Info: 

University of Washington, Taiwan Studies Program

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