SDG12
Responsible Consumption and Production

Reduce food waste and losses, promote sustainable consumption and production, substantially reduce waste generation through prevention, reduction, recycling and reuse, achieve the environmentally sound management of chemicals and all wastes throughout their life cycle.

[NYCU SDGs Project] Zero Waste Recycling Rooftop Farms

After 14 years of research and development, Jehng-Jung Kao, a professor of NYCU Institute of Environment Engineering, finished the first zero waste recycling rooftop farms, which can be easily built on balconies and rooftops. The values of this project align with the core values of the following SDGs: SDG 2:

SDGs:
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[NYCU SDGs Project] Solving Environmental Problems with Self-Recycling Urban Farms

Professor Jehng-Jung Kao from NYCU Institute of Environmental Engineering led his team to build completely zero-waste self-recycling urban farms on concrete floors such as roofs and balconies. With the circular rooftop farm, people can grow vegetables on their own and cool down the roofs simultaneously, thereby achieving energy saving and

SDGs:
2
12
13

Announcement for 2021 Abandoned Bicycle Towing, Reusing and Recycling

For the last few years, NYCU has implemented the tow, reuse, and recycle of abandoned bicycles. This activity aims to ensure the utilization of resources and avoid the unnecessary accumulation of junk. Recycling unused bicycles and giving them to the person in need will improve the item’s quality of life

SDGs:
12

A Glimpse into ESG Sustainability Strategy Forum

Now that the world has officially entered the post-pandemic era, NYCU finally held its first “ESG Sustainability Strategy Forum”, inviting experts from scholars and practitioners alike to give lectures, providing solid theories and practical experiences that best suit development, and looking forward to the implementation of the ESG sustainable management

SDGs:
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4
12

Mass Timber Construction Development with Taiwan Wood

In the past, Taiwan’s construction and urban environment was closely related to the traditional steel and concrete industries. This means that the materials used for urban construction and pavements were homogeneous; this situation resulted in the generation of large amounts of waste in the urban renewal process and caused considerable

SDGs:
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17

Hult Prize 2021—Food for Good: Transforming Food into a Vehicle for Change

Hult Prize is a global annual competition founded in 2009 by Ahmad Ashkar of the HULT International Business School; it is held in partnership with the United Nations. Known as the Nobel Prize for university students, the Hult Prize is an entrepreneurship- and commerce-based competition for university students. The topic

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