This page collects SAVE’s written materials over the years: reports of original research and press kits. Within each category, the newer reports are on top, and older ones are at the bottom.
Please also check our SAVE Presents page, for electronic copies of SAVE’s presentations at conferences or other public settings.
The Black-faced Spoonbill in Xinghua Bay, China: A Catalyst for Responsible Development
- Paper. 10th Conference of the Pacific Rim Community Design Network, Hong Kong. (December 2016)
- Report. University of California, Berkeley, USA. (Spring 2016)
Citizen Action to Preserve Wildlife Habitat in the United States: A Technical Report for the Ecotourism and Environmental Management Conference. (2003)
What Foreign Ecotourists Expect: Research Report for Ecotourism and Environmental Management Symposium. University of California, Berkeley, USA. (2003)
Land Use and Community Design to Ensure Jobs And Survival of Platalea Minor. University of California, Berkeley, USA. (2003)
Technical Report: Impact Analysis of Proposed Airport and Free Trade Zone in Tainan County, Taiwan. University of California, Berkeley, USA. (Spring 2003)
Steps to Successful Ecotourism. Talking Points from the Tainan County Ecotourism Workshop, by Barbara Butler of SAVE International. (September 2002)
Review of the Environmental Impact Assessment: the proposed Bin-nan Industrial Complex, Taiwan. University of California, Berkeley, USA. (March 1998)
Sustainable Economic Development Plan for Tainan County Coastal Area. University of California, Berkeley, USA. (May 1997)
2010 Press Kit. An overview of our organization and the Black-faced Spoonbill, focusing on activities in South Korea. This press kit is intended for printing on double-sided sheets, so some pages of the PDF are blank.
2004 additions to the 2001 Press Kit. These 6 new sheets provided information about ecotourism, the Yunchianan National Scenic Area (now the Southwest Coast National Scenic Area), land-use requirements (“geometries”) of spoonbill habitat, and the potential for new wintering sites in Taiwan.
2001 Press Kit (all pages). Our original press kit, focusing on activities in Taiwan. It is intended for printing on 8 double-sided sheets, with the blank space at the top of each page cut off, so the colored-bar headings of the first 4 sheets and the second 4 sheets stack up on the left and right sides of an open folder. You can also download the left-side pages and right-side pages separately.