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Climate Action

Learn about climate solutions, integrate climate change measures into national policies, strategies and planning, and achieve net-zero carbon dioxide emissions.

DIYGreen rooftop combines garden with solar panel to create an efficient rooftop

The problem of global warming is becoming increasingly severe and harms ecology and the climate. The heat island effect caused by urban cementing exacerbates this problem, leading to an increase in energy consumption for air conditioning. The DIYGreen zero-waste, circular rooftop garden developed by Professor Jehng-Jung Kao’s research team at

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NYCU Declaration of Net Zero Emissions

National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University began to plan and formulate the Declaration of Net Zero Emissions in 2022. The university aims to work together with the global community to achieve the net zero-emission target before 2050. In order to strengthen the importance of global sustainable development issues among all

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Energy saving, carbon reduction, and sustainable energy

In recent years, NYCU has actively added solar power generation equipment, expanded its energy infrastructure, replaced older, more energy-consuming equipment, and supplemented it with a smart energy management system to increase energy efficiency and provide modern and sustainable energy services. It has also purchased energy-saving and carbon-reducing products to create

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NYCU Was Awarded by MOE for Excellent Environmental Protection and Disaster Prevention Practices

In order to promote campus environmental protection, occupational safety and health management, and disaster prevention and rescue work of colleges and universities, the MOE implements requisite environmental protection and occupational safety and health related laws and regulations, and established a comprehensive campus environment and safety management system for colleges and

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