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SDGs in NYCU

5,000+

SUSTAINABILITY-RELATED COURSES

20+

SUSTAINABILITY-RELATED STUDENT CLUBS

SOLAR ENGERY REDUCES

CARBON EMISSIONS BY
4,356TONS ANNUALLY

LED LIGHT

YANGMING CAMPUS85%
CHIAOTUNG CAMPUS95%

10

GREEN BUILDINGS

100%

GREEN PROCUREMENT

1,223

TREES PLANTED LAST 3 YEARS

-6.67%

INDIRECT GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION
(Relative to 2020)

Sustainable Achievements of NYCU

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[Lecture Event] Love Woes : New Era “Manly” Romance Strategies | SDG5 Gender Issues Series Event-3

【12/20 (Wed) Lecture in Mandarin】 Love Woes : New Era “Manly” Romance Strategies | SDG5 Gender Issues Series Event-3 Embrace a diverse new lifestyle, starting with #LoveCourse! Hey gentlemen, Christmas is just around the corner, sparkling everywhere. Have you figured out how you want to spend it?Legend has it that there’s a “Sophomore Christmas Curse” circulating on university campuses—If you haven’t “escaped singledom” before Sophomore Christmas, you might stay single until graduation QQ. Have you broken the curse? Does hearing

SDGs:
5

Let the “heart” take a breath – What is Mental Health Day? How to Establish a Campus that is More Friendly, and Supportive of Mental Health

Recently, universities and colleges have been increasingly recognizing the importance of addressing students’ mental and psychological well-being. They are gradually implementing initiatives to promote mental health days, with the expectation that these days will allow students to focus on their emotional well-being. The goal is to help them understand how to alleviate emotional or psychological stress and to encourage educators and school administrators to acknowledge students’ mental health status. Interventions are planned at appropriate times to assist students with identified

SDGs:
3
4

[Lecture in Mandarin] Constructed Men: Examining Men under the Patriarchal System from a Historical Perspective.

🌟📢 Hello, dear students and friends! 🌈 📚 This event is mainly conducted in Mandarin Chinese. LAC CPEC invites you to a unique lecture: “Constructed Men: Examining Men under the Patriarchal System from a Historical Perspective.” 👨‍🎓 🎤 This lecture will be delivered by the distinguished Assistant Professor Lu Shengyan from NTNU’s Department of History, delving into the historical context and appearance of men under the patriarchal system. 📜 📍 Location: Simultaneous connection between two campuses Yangming Campus, behind the

SDGs:
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5

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