Mei-Fang Fan

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The concept of industrial ecology have been applied to local and regional sustainability goals and policies in many countries. To promote the growth of green industry and the formation of a “recycle-oriented society,” the Taiwanese government also launched an ecoindustrial parks project in 2002. This research examines stakeholder perceptions of the(More)
Genetically modified foods have become one of the most popular topics for deliberative exercises involving ordinary citizens worldwide. This paper examines the Taiwanese consensus conference on GM foods held in June 2008, and the implications and limitations of the public deliberations. The consensus conference facilitated multiparty dialogues and enhanced(More)
This article examines justice in the context of a controversial industrial waste facility siting in a Hakka (a minority ethnic group) town in Taiwan. It provides analysis of local perceptions of disproportionate risk, community knowledge claims, and the challenges of citizens to the controversial environmental impact assessment process. It explores(More)
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