In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic affects the world. The global industries get hit severely, regardless of industry and commerce, transportation, medical care, people's livelihood, and tourism. In response to the current situation, the “2020 UNINGO in Taiwan” focuses on environmental sustainability in the post-epidemic era. It invites Taiwanese policy makers, representatives of NGOs, and scholars to have online discussion. It aims to understand current environmental issues, for instance, the impact of the pandemic on environment, and to give suggestions for the global environmental sustainability. By doing so, it hopes to lead Taiwanese people to understand and be aware of the importance of sustainability, to improve the community cooperation, and to respond to the SDGs.
Why building corporate climate resilience has never been more important
We can no longer take for granted just-in-time supply chains, or continued demand, supply, and travel for economic growth. Black swan events like the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak have driven this point home......
8 ways to rebuild a stronger ocean economy after COVID-19
Much has been said about the disruption in more familiar sectors such as airlines, restaurants, and sports - but the long arm of COVID-19 has also reached out to sea, and is affecting our “blue economy”......
Humpback Whales Have Made a Remarkable Recovery, Giving Us Hope for the Planet
In the depths of the ocean, and out of sight for most of us, there’s a quiet miracle happening. Many humpback whale populations, previously devastated by commercial whaling, are making a comeback. And no, before you ask, this has nothing to do with the coronavirus......
Friday, September 25, 2020 (GMT+8)