In order to promote the county residents' awareness of mitigating global climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions through daily practice, Hsinchu County actively promotes low-carbon sustainable homes, which include (1) enhancing the sustainable development capacity of the community, (2) improving energy Efficiency and clean energy management, (3) establishing an ecological green environment, (4) cultivating low-carbon living habits, (5) promoting the participation of community members and community groups, and (6) thinking about response strategies in the face of climate change. The plan assists in maintaining and strengthening the low-carbon sustainable home operation system, promoting the low-carbon sustainable home rating certification and related work on greenhouse gas control.
As of December 31, 2011, through data collection and inventory, communication, on-site visits by experts and scholars, and handling of education and training related to climate change, 5 villages (li) have been successfully registered to participate in low-carbon sustainable homes, 4 The village (li) obtained the bronze-level certification, and completed the maintenance and management inspection of 8 copper and silver-level villages (li), and assisted 8 villages (li) to apply for the transformation of low-carbon facilities, so as to help the county residents explore the extreme future in the future. In the context of climate risk, how to jointly plan a community-friendly response to climate change and the construction of a low-carbon sustainable home at the level of community life.
In terms of greenhouse gas control, the actual greenhouse gas reduction actions of various bureaus were compiled, and the county's second phase (110-114 years) greenhouse gas control implementation plan was preliminarily formulated to promote strategies and promotion projects, and held 3 sessions in October 2011. "Low-carbon Sustainable Homes and Greenhouse Gas Control Promotion Platform Conference", experts and scholars are invited to serve as advisory committee members according to the six major operating functions of low-carbon sustainable homes to provide practical and technical advice. Report on the expected goals of the plan, thereby coordinating the division of labor for various greenhouse gas reduction measures and discussing the follow-up implementation plan issues.
In order to grasp the status of greenhouse gas emissions within the jurisdiction, this plan assists in identifying the "first batch of emission sources that should be checked and registered for greenhouse gas emissions" in the county. The 110 annual inventory should be sent to the Environmental Protection Agency, and it will be implemented from October to November 2011. The online registration data review and on-site inspection of the above-mentioned emission sources, in addition, from October to December 2011, according to the Environmental Protection Agency's "County and City-level Greenhouse Gas Inventory and Calculation Guidelines", the 2010 GHG emissions inventory and estimation operation was established, and this book was established. County-level greenhouse gas inventory inventory, analyze the county's greenhouse gas emissions trends over the years and the reasons for the change, and write a "county-level greenhouse gas inventory report" to help clarify the county's greenhouse gas control related work effectiveness. As of December 31, 2011, the overall plan has achieved 100% performance, if the quality meets the plan requirements.