As a result of the aging population, Taiwanese colleges and universities must find ways to remain competitive to attract and retain students from an ever-shrinking pool of candidates. The combination of a drastic increase in the number of universities in Taiwan over the past three decades and a decreasing nationwide birth rate has led to an oversupply of universities and declining student enrollment.
In our prior Retooling Regulation posts, we illuminated the need to integrate energy and environmental regulatory planning processes, spotlighted recommended steps to do so via a process we’ve dubbed “E-Merge,” and considered the legality of such an approach. In this fourth and last post, we look at experience to date with related retooling efforts. First, recall why retooling regulation is so important today.
I've been considering getting a more serious CX bike and have been looking at the Merida Cyclocross range (which are more easily available in Australia than some other brands). The range is small, but seems to have two families "x00" (aluminium) and "x000" (carbon), where "x" offers various levels of fittings.