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.

2024 NYCU Sustainable Development Week ─ Result Presentation of USR x SDGs Project

2024 NYCU Sustainable Development Week ─ Result Presentation of USR x SDGs Project Event Time|2024/4/23 Tue. 09:25-15:30 Venue|1F, Microelectronics and Information Research Center, Guangfu Campus Application Deadline|2024/4/19 Fri. 12:00 Registration|https://forms.gle/aVD61vHJwn1xky5w5 ★Participate in 5 games and win a free gift!

SDGs:
3
4
5
10
11
12
16

2024 NYCU Sustainable Development Week ─ Sustainability Market

NYCU Sustainable Development Week─Sustainability Market Event Time|2024/4/20 Sat. 10:00-16:00 Venue|The Front Plaza of the Library, Guangfu Campus ★Potted Plant DIY Reservation: https://forms.gle/Hw4Fen2JxGEj27Yv6 ★Reusable Cup Bag DIY Reservation: https://forms.gle/PCDPcp1jmcFenue38    NT$100 Discount with a valid NYCU student ID(one time offer)!

SDGs:
12

Environment and Aesthetics Converge: “2023 Island Bamboo Innovative Architecture Exhibition” dazzles at NYCU

With the rise of sustainable development principles, the architecture industry is increasingly inclined towards seeking environmentally friendly and aesthetically pleasing solutions. Against this backdrop, the third edition of the Bamboo Construction Talent Training Program initiated by the Taiwan Bamboo Association presents the “2023 Island Bamboo Innovative Architecture Exhibition” at National

SDGs:
12

Plastic Reduction Campaign in NYCU

Our school has been collaborating with the Ministry of Environment since 2022 to develop the “Reduction in the Use of Disposable Tableware and Packaging Drinking Water Implementation Plan.” We have organized plastic reduction seminars to raise sustainability awareness among students and faculty members. We have advise campus businesses to offer

SDGs:
6
12
14

Recycling of brine in desalination plants – extracting valuable chemicals

High energy consumption and brine discharge are two ongoing issue with the construction of desalination facilities. The issue of brine discharge and the reuse of brine resources has been a continuous concern of fishermen and environmental protection groups. To this end, the NYCU Environmental Techonology & Smart System Research Center

SDGs:
6
12
14