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Air pollution becomes the social focus of Taiwan. Environmen

文章出處:九言科技 人氣:發表時間:2019-03
In 2017, the air pollution problem has become a hot topic in Taiwanese society. The people in the south and south have suffered greatly. The opposition has continued to be heard, and the media has continued to pay attention to this. However, the environmental protection department of the Taiwan authorities issued the annual monitoring materials on the 29th, indicating that the air quality in Taiwan has actually become better this year. One of the reasons why the public feels poor is due to the increase in media coverage.
The materials of the Taiwan Environmental Protection Department showed that in addition to ozone, the concentration of other major air pollutants in Taiwan this year, including PM2.5 and PM10, showed a downward trend compared with the previous year, and the air pollution red alert was also reduced a lot from the previous year.
However, monitoring also showed that the number of days of PM2.5 concentration overrun in the central and southern parts of Yunlin, Chiayi, Tainan, Kaohsiung and Pingtung increased. Taiwan's environmental protection department explained that the rainfall and rainfall days in the central and southern parts of the year were significantly less, and in some areas during the high wind speed in the afternoon, the probability and intensity of the dust in the river increased, which increased the concentration of suspended particulates.
The reporter observed the air monitoring materials of the environmental protection department of Taiwan. Since the beginning of winter, the central and southern parts of Taiwan have been subjected to severe air pollution and frequent air monitoring of orange (unhealthy ethnic groups) or red (unhealthy for all ethnic groups). This also contributed to the strong dissatisfaction of the people in the south and south.
On December 17, the Taiwan Anti-Air Pollution Parade, recommended by Taiwanese non-governmental organizations, took office at both Kaohsiung and Taichung, calling on the authorities not to blur the focus, shirk their responsibilities, and quickly come up with specific measures to deal with air pollution. "Respiratory Rights", this is the third large-scale "anti-air pollution" parade on the island this year; on the 28th of the same month, more than 2,000 people in Changhua County surrounded the Taichung Thermal Power Plant and demanded "burning coal reduction, anti- Empty pollution, but also my blue sky."
Regarding the gap between the materials monitored by the environmental protection department and the public's feelings, one of the reasons for the Taiwan Environmental Protection Department said that because the media reports were more, the people were more vigilant. But the numbers speak, and you can't just see the fog in your eyes, you can say that the air is not good.
It is understood that the causes of air pollution in the central and southern parts of Taiwan are disorderly, including traffic and fugitive pollution, factory pollution, etc., but power plants with huge coal consumption are regarded as the largest source of pollution by the people. According to Taiwan media reports, the PM2.5 emissions from the Taichung Thermal Power Plant surrounded by Changhua people accounted for 52% of the fixed pollution sources in Taichung City.
The analysis of the island's speech pointed out that after the Democratic Progressive Party took office, in order to seek "non-nuclear hometowns", the working rate of coal-fired power plants was continuously increased to support the demand for electricity, and large-scale thermal power plants were gathered in the central and southern regions. In addition, Taiwan Power Company has planned to build another 21.47 million kWh of thermal power units in the next 10 years, and the new units will increase 21.5 million tons of carbon emissions per year.
Li Yunjie, a director of the Taiwan Competitiveness Forum and from Chiayi County, said that the DPP authorities shouted that they would build a non-nuclear hometown in 2025 and force nuclear power to stop. However, the possibility of green energy compensation for the power supply gap is still not seen. Only the selection only expands the firepower. Generator set. The DPP’s ideology governs Taiwan and the "anti-nuclear" principle of death insurance, let the people taste empty skin and bitter fruit.
Faced with pressure from speech, the administrative department of the authorities was forced to rectify the "empty pollution law", aggravated penalties, and could recover unfair profits. On the 29th, the Taiwan legislature handed over the draft of the "empty pollution law" to the committee and gave priority to it.