You can chose one of the episodes below, or watch both if you like to.
Watch a): Dirty Money. (2020). Point Comfort. 60 min (Netflix)
Watch b): Our Island 我們的島. (2019) Petrochemical Kingdom on the Sea: The Sixth Naphtha Cracker Complex 六輕 海上石化王國. 25 min. Taiwan. (YouTube)
Read: Fortun K. (2009). Environmental right-to-know and the transmutations of law. In Catastrophe: Law, Politics and the Humanitarian Impulse, edited by Austin Sarat. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press. (link)
Huang, H., & Chen, C. L. (2018). Displaying and interpreting industrial pollution. The Future of Museum and Gallery Design: Purpose, Process, Perception. (link)
Jobin, P. (2021). “Environmental Movements in Taiwan: a Civic Eco-Nationalism”, in Environmental Movements and Politics of the Asian Anthropocene (ed. by Paul Jobin, Ming-sho Ho and Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao), Singapore: ISEAS, pp.37-79. (link)
Mah, A. (2021). Future-proofing capitalism: The paradox of the circular economy for plastics. Global Environmental Politics, 1-22. (link)