While researching this one, I came across a fascinating blog post
about a reservoir project in Taiwan that is being blamed for the loss of 500 lives last year.
In short, water is being diverted from one area to another in order to put it in a reservoir. But in doing so, environmental damage is caused that leaves many areas less resilient in the event of major events such as typhoons. Last year, the village of Hsiaolin in southern Taiwan was buried under a huge mudslide with the loss of 500 lives, and it is claimed that the culprit is a nearby water project related to the Tsengwen Reservoir.
One of the leading voices in the environmental movement in south Taiwan is Huang Huan-chang of Tainan Community University. He has also been involved with campaigns to ensure that food is not produced onland contaminated w...
He's hard to contact, and doesn't appear to have a website. That's something I could help out with. I've written to his university offering to set him up with a page, blog, forum, and whatever else he needs.