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[ July 17, 2014] BREAKING NEWS – The EIA for Road 1-4 through the Jiading Wetland in southwestern Taiwan was approved today, despite intense pressure from SAVE International and local environmental non-profits over the past few months. Jiading Wetland was recently identified as the winter habitat for over 200 Black-Faced Spoonbills (nearly 8% of the world population), which qualifies it for classification as a wetland of international importance based on the Ramsar Convention. Construction of Road 1-4 endangers this habitat and its vital BFS population.
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