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September Free Report [Balancing Energy Security: Impact on Taiwan's Ecosystem and Sustainable Solutions]

by Ashutosh Tiwari | 23-11-2023 11:19 recommendations 1

Taiwan's pursuit of energy security necessitates a careful examination of its environmental implications. This review delves into the intersection of energy security measures and their impact on Taiwan's ecosystems, proposing sustainable strategies to harmonize energy needs with environmental preservation.

Energy Security's Impact on Ecosystem:
Taiwan's reliance on conventional energy sources like fossil fuels has presented significant environmental challenges. Lin et al. (2019) highlighted the environmental impacts of power plants, emphasizing the need for cleaner alternatives. Additionally, Su et al. (2021) assessed the implications of offshore wind farms on marine ecosystems, shedding light on potential disruptions to coastal biodiversity.

Mitigating Ecological Impact:
Transitioning toward renewable energy emerges as a pivotal step in mitigating environmental consequences. The Ministry of Economic Affairs (2021) outlines Taiwan's commitment to expanding renewable energy capacities, emphasizing solar and wind power. Furthermore, innovative research by Wei et al. (2020) illustrates the importance of technological advancements in fostering sustainable energy transitions.

Policy Recommendations:
Integrating environmental impact assessments into energy policies stands essential for balancing energy security and ecological preservation. Taiwan's Environmental Protection Administration (2021) offers guidelines focusing on ecosystem-centered evaluations, ensuring energy infrastructure development aligns with biodiversity conservation.

Taiwan faces the imperative task of aligning its energy security measures with environmental sustainability. The review underscores the significance of transitioning to renewables, leveraging technological innovations, and integrating ecosystem-centered policies to harmonize energy security while preserving its diverse ecosystems.

  1. Lin, Y. P., et al. (2019). Environmental Impact Assessment of Power Plants in Taiwan. Sustainability, 11(12), 3280.
  2. Su, W. C., et al. (2021). Environmental Impact Assessment of Offshore Wind Farms in Taiwan. Energies, 14(10), 2821.
  3. Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan. (2021). Renewable Energy Development in Taiwan.
  4. Wei, C. H., et al. (2020). Sustainable Energy Transition Pathways for Taiwan: Perspectives on Technological Innovation. Energies, 13(19), 5158.
  5. Taiwan Environmental Protection Administration. (2021). Environmental Impact Assessment Guidelines.


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SangHyeon Park

  • SangHyeon Park says :
    Taiwan's transitioning to renewables and integrating ecosystem-focused policies showcase a forward-thinking strategy for a harmonious future. It was great article!
    Posted 30-11-2023 00:04

Seeun Mentor

  • Seeun Mentor says :
    Hello, this is mentor Seeun.
    Energy security and environmental sustainability are both things that we need to take care of. May we all find a balance between these two items.
    Thank you for your report!
    Posted 27-11-2023 22:57

Melissa Menlah Adu

  • Melissa Menlah Adu says :
    Taiwan's pursuit of energy security is intricately linked to its environmental well-being. The lesson here is clear: transitioning to renewable energy, leveraging technological innovations, and integrating ecosystem-centered policies are vital steps in harmonizing energy needs with ecological preservation. This underscores the significance of aligning sustainable strategies with energy security measures for a balanced and resilient future.👏👏
    Posted 23-11-2023 13:13

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