四月份朝邦對話新訊息將藉助這段短講, 呼籲對話在解決棘手問題的重要性,你我都可以改變的一分子, 從對話開始，把國民轉成公民,對話代替對立。
What should we do about climate change? Dialogue.
In Dr. Hong-yuan Lee speech you’ll hear some shocking facts about Taiwan and how Taiwan’s complex social, environmental and political problems – such as climate change – can be solved using public dialogue to bridge sectors and build partnerships across central and local government departments and with civil society. Doing so requires a positive thinking attitude, looking at a problem from different perspectives and using dialogue instead of opposition.
Dr. Hong-yuan Lee previously served as Taiwan’s Minister of the Interior, Deputy Mayor of Taipei County, and was commissioned by UN-Water to help developing countries address their water issues, achieve sustainable development and to bring this knowledge back to Taiwan. In TEDxTaipei’s 2012 conference Dr. Lee tells us that climate change is a problem not because we don’t have an answer but because we never dialogue.
This April CP Yen Foundation dialogue newsletter shows a video of Dr. Lee calling for dialogue to resolve the important climate change issues of our lifetime. We are each part of the change and can be national activists turning opposition into dialogue.