Innovation from clean industry process: Taiwan as a reference of good practices for Latin America

Fernando Alonso Ojeda Castro

Net Journal of Social Sciences
Published: September 26 2018
Volume 6, Issue 2
Pages 27-45


The aim of this article is to highlight the importance of the PR China-Taiwan, as a global reference in the environmental theme, with emphasis on "Clean Industry". It is the product of a research, descriptive, historical, and socio-cultural, when reviewing decisions of the different state agencies. In the first part, we sought to contextualize. While the second since World War II, involving the protagonists of society, from SMEs, public and private workers, academia, and children from young age to adults. Industry is one of the tips that receives this learning, to replicate today, throughout Asia. These points were analyzed in their significant advances, in the second part, which help to argue, of why PR China-Taiwan is a world reference, with emphasis on "Clean Industry”. It was found that, before the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (1992), an ambitious beginning of an environmental policy, the Confusional conception of its environment, the innovative vocation of its society, established a social culture of total respect to the environment, which covers the company, through its interregional processes of "Clean Industry".

Keywords: Clean industry, Taiwan, EPA, Confucianism.

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