The positive representative of the "Cherish Algae Reef" referendum is Liu Yuemei, chairman of the Wilderness Conservation Association, and the negative representative is the Ministry of Economic Affairs. Xie Zhicheng, Fund Management Committee of the Backstage of Power Generation. Liu Yuemei's discussion mainly focused on the preciousness and importance of algal reef ecology, while Xie Zhicheng repeatedly emphasized that the impact of the current extrapolation plan on algal reefs is not as serious as the proposer's claim, and a win-win situation should be pursued.
The main text of "Cherish Algae Reef" is "Do you agree that the third natural gas receiving station of CNPC will be relocated from the coast and waters of Taoyuan Taitan Algae Reef? (That is, the coast from Guanyin Creek estuary in the north to the estuary of Xinwu Creek in the south, and the coast from the above-mentioned coast. The sea area where the lowest tide whatsapp list line extends parallel to the outside for 5 kilometers)” Liu Yuemei: Taiwan should think about sustainable development indicators Liu Yuemei said that the United Nations has sustainable development goals, and Taiwan should think about what its own sustainable development goals are.
The station is located in the Taitan algae reef area. "Is this a sustainable action? Does it damage the natural ecology?" Liu Yuemei said that during the EIA stage, the group proposed that algae reefs have a very good diversity of ecology, but they felt that the avoidance plan proposed by the government could not really protect the sustainability of the ecology, so they proposed a referendum later, and the second stage was consecutively signed. At the same time, the government proposed a three-connection extrapolation plan, but she believes that these plans show that the government does not seem to have a sustainable approach to marine ecology, nor a real goal of protection. Liu Yuemei said that the algal reef restoration project is now to dig up the 7600-year-old algal reef wall and move it to the side to let it grow slowly.