SDG15
Life on Land

Ensure the conservation and restoration of terrestrial and inland freshwater ecosystems, combat desertification, protect and prevent the extinction of threatened species, and halt the loss of biodiversity.

2023 NYCU TICA CUP-Real Escape Game

This year, Taiwan ICDF entrusted our International Health Program with organizing the annual TICA CUP event, themed “2023 NYCU- TICA CUP.” The event combined the real-life puzzle-solving experience with the natural surroundings, its rich history, and the flavors of Taiwanese cuisine, delivering an unforgettable experience for the participants. For More

SDGs:
4
15
17

Lecture on health management and pest control of campus trees

National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University Lecture on health management and pest control of campus trees 1. Purpose of the course: The theme this time is “What Our Trees Teach Us”. Tree diseases and insect pests have a major impact on the health and growth of trees. From the tree

SDGs:
15

[NYCU SDGs Project] The Living Museum: The Sixth Fuel Factory

Wen-Shu Lai, the associate professor of the Institute of Applied Arts in NYCU, has been leading her team to revitalize Sixth Fuel Factory in Hsinchu with the project named “Hsinchu Living Museum” in recent years. There was once an international immersive theater in the Sixth Fuel Factory which was produced

SDGs:
4
9
11
15
17

NYCU Won Four Awards in APSAA and TSAA

This year, two teams representing NYCU achieved outstanding results at the Asia-Pacific and Taiwan Sustainable Action Awards (APSAA) organized by the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy. Among 247 TSAA and 63 APSAA submissions, NYCU won four major awards. The most recognizable, however, is the submission “The Making of Hsinchu Living

SDGs:
3
4
8
10
11
15
17

Flooding and Wild Creek Remediation Controversies in Taiwan has Finally been Published in International Journals

Mei-Fang Fan from Institute of Science, Technology and Society, who has long studied environmental justice and deliberative democracy, emphasized the importance of incorporating a diversified communication and dialogue to environmental governance, linking the importance of micro-and macroscopic perspectives by considering spatial scales so that the case study can be successfully

SDGs:
10
14
15
16