Taiwan was nicknamed ‘Garbage Island’, before the Homemakers United Foundation (HUF) convinced the Environmental Protection Administration to establish a municipal recycling system. Photo: Getty Images

Climate change the new battle for Taiwan’s women environmental activists, who fought for it to shed ‘Garbage Island’ label decades ago

  • Taiwan’s Homemakers United Foundation has been raising awareness about environmental issues on the island for more than 30 years
  • From artists to entrepreneurs, women in Taiwan are leading the fight against pollution, excessive consumption and climate change
Topic |   Environment
Taiwan was nicknamed ‘Garbage Island’, before the Homemakers United Foundation (HUF) convinced the Environmental Protection Administration to establish a municipal recycling system. Photo: Getty Images
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