SDG13
Climate Action

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

Sources and Health Risks of PM2.5 Vary Across Regions

Ta-Chih Hsiao, a professor at NTU Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering(left), and Kai-Hsien Chi, a professor at NYCU Institute of Environmental Health Sciences A research team from National Taiwan University (NTU) and National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) investigated pm in an urban area and found that its substances

SDGs:
3
13

Air Pollution Action Piggy Bank Won the Outstanding Award in 2021 Air Quality Knowledge, Action, and Creativity Competition

The Environmental Protection Agency of the Executive Yuan held the “2021 Air Quality Knowledge, Action, and Creativity Competition”, hoping to promote environmental education. Participants can learn about air quality policies through the government’s public information, and could also see whether the information meets people’s expectations; the competition encouraged students to

SDGs:
13

[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:
2
12
13

[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

Building Smart Flood Control & Reslilient Cities Without Fear of Climate Change

New Taipei City’s Smart River Planning and Flood Control Platform developed by NYCU Disaster Prevention and Water Environment Research Center Associate Researcher Sheng-Hsueh Yang, assisted New Taipei City Government’s Water Resources Department to win the Reslilience and Innovation Award of the 2021 Taiwan Age-Friendly & Healthy City, organized by Ministry

SDGs:
9
13
17