Groups submit signatures for referendum against natural gas facility
Taipei, March 18 (CNA) A coalition of environmental activists on Thursday submitted over 700,000 signatures in support of a referendum to move the site of a proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, on which work has already begun, claiming that it poses a threat to an algae reef in northern Taiwan.
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