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In an attempt to halt construction of Taiwan’s proposed eighth naphtha cracking plant and a large steel mill, which recently received government approval, environmental activists from Green Party Taiwan are planning to solicit support from their Asian-Pacific counterparts.
A delegation of Green Party Taiwan activists, to be led by Prof. Yenwen Peng from Tunghai University, is scheduled to take part in the Asia-Pacific Greens Kyoto Meeting set for Feb. 11-13 in Kyoto, Japan, marking the establishment of the Asia-Pacific Greens Network, according to Peng.
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