Impactful University Program on Climate Change
Collaborating internationally to share experiences in implementing SDGs and establishing cooperative plans, conducting related education and training
Distributing saplings on Arbor Day
Assist in the implementation of climate change monitoring with the Climate Change Research Institute of Academia Sinica
Assist in the implementation of the air quality monitoring plan hold by the Environmental Protection Administration of the Executive Yuan
Monitoring vegetation responses under climate change in the alpine habitat of Taiwan
Starting in 2016, Chiayi University began collaborating with Kagawa University in Japan and Chiang Mai University in Thailand on issues related to climate change and SDGs. They have established multinational cooperation plans that cover education, infrastructure, and prevention mechanisms. Faculty and students from these three universities in three countries have engaged in actual exchanges through these programs. Due to the pandemic, interactions were conducted online in the past, but physical exchanges resumed last year.
NCYU assists in the implementation of climate change monitoring with the Climate Change Research Institute of Academia Sinica and the air quality monitoring plan hold by the Environmental Protection Administration of the Executive Yuan on Sinmin campus. NCYU also collaborates with an international initiative on alpine environment, which follows a standard multi-summit procedure by the Global Observation Research Initiative (GLORIA, http://gloria.ac.at). The purpose of this project aims to monitor the alpine vegetation responses under climate change.
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