There are five main objectives for the “2022 Project of Tainan City’s Promotion of Low-Carbon Sustainable Home Construction and Adaptation to Climate Change”: “Greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory and carbon disclosure,” “GHG management and climate change project supervision and evaluation,” “Low-carbon home maintenance and operation review and guidance,” “Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change (CBA) cases collection and tracking” and “Publicity and administrative collaboration.” In terms of GHG inventory and carbon disclosure, this project facilitated the inventory of GHG in the administrative jurisdiction of Tainan City for the year 2021. The City’s total emissions were 23,120,985 metric tons of CO2e, in which the energy sector was the largest contributor, accounting for 91.82%, or 21,229,055 metric tons. Within the energy sector, 61.90% came from industrial energy, 15.20% from residential business, agriculture, forestry, fishery, and animal husbandry energy, and 14.71% from transportation energy. The remaining emissions included 1,410,754 metric tons of CO2e from the industrial process sector, 290,818 metric tons from the waste sector, and 190,359 metric tons from the agricultural sector, accounting for 6.09%, 1.26% and 0.82%, respectively, of the total emissions. This project also participated in the filling of this year’s questionnaire from the Carbon Disclosure Platform (CDP), with the online registration completed on July 27th, and the final content revision completed on September 21st. In terms of GHG management and climate change project supervision and evaluation, this project examined various indicators and project results, assisted in the data submissions for various performance evaluations of the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA), and held two sessions of the low-carbon committee meeting and two sessions of interagency meetings, in which the promotion measures and goals were reviewed, and progress on achieving the GHG phase control goals for various departments were examined. In terms of the low-carbon home maintenance and operation review and guidance, 18 new administrative villages successfully registered this year, one village obtained the bronze certification, and two obtained the silver certification. As required by the EPA, this project assisted 11 villages in completing the assessment, and tracked and reviewed 20 of the 110 subsidized cases. Up to date, the cumulative achievements of low-carbon home are as follows: 316 administrative villages successfully registered, 46 villages obtained bronze certification, and 11 villages obtained silver certification; out of the 37 administrative districts that participated in the certification of low-carbon sustainable home, 30 successfully registered, one obtained bronze certification, and six obtained silver certification. In addition, collaborating with the Environmental Protection Bureau of Tainan City Government, this project attended one meeting related to the living circle in the southern district and organized/attended three sessions of the technical consultation and assessment review panel meetings. Moreover, this projects helped the implementation of two counselling guidelines this year. Under the “2022 Tainan City Low-Carbon Community Transformation Counselling Guidelines,” this project counselled four low-carbon communities on demonstrative construction, eight low-carbon on certification of maintenance and operation, and a total of 12 communities (villages) on renovation or repair. Under the “2022 Tainan City Low-carbon Community Building Greenifying Demonstrative Renovation Counselling Guidelines,” this project counselled a total of two administrative villages on the implementation of the public building greenifying and cooling project. In terms of CBA case collection and tracking, the project helped collect four cases of domestic and foreign communities as participatory implementation results and completed tracking the results of seven cases that received subsidization from participatory budgets in 2021. In terms of publicity and administrative collaboration, the project held “Liuying Sustainability Creation and Collaboration,” a presentation event of a low-carbon sustainable home to share the results of the City's promotion of low-carbon sustainability demonstrative zone. In line with the policy publicity of the City’s Environmental Protection Bureau, the project issued a total of four environmental protection press releases related to low-carbon adaptation.