Taiwan: Environmental Protection Agreement With U.S.
Taiwan signed three agreements on technical cooperation in environmental protection with the United States on Tuesday 16 July 2013.
Below is an article published by Focus Taiwan:
Under the agreements, the two countries will cooperate on air quality improvement, atmospheric monitoring, sustainable development, and clean energy development through training courses, conferences, and the exchange of information and visits, according to Taiwan's representative office in the United States.
The agreements are mutually beneficial and represent a win-win for both sides, the office said.
The documents were signed by Jacob Chang, Taiwan's deputy representative to the United States, and Barbara Schrage, managing director of the American Institute in Taiwan, on behalf of their respective governments.