In this final chapter, I will assess how the Green Party Taiwan (GPT) responded to its latest failure to make a national election breakthrough in 2020 and its initial attempts to rebrand itself. Next, I will briefly return to the core research questions and theories that I set out in Chapters 1 and 2 and summarise the key findings. Lastly, I will end by outlining some of the key practical lessons that I believe have emerged from my analysis of the first 24 years of the GPT’s history. Naturally, I hope they will be useful for future GPT campaigns but they may also be relevant to other ecological and social movement-linked parties.