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2010年臺灣與非洲地區環境保護領袖研討會議專案工作計畫期末報告

中文摘要 本計畫係為因應目前全球氣候變化的趨勢,在2010年3月17日辦理由環保署與外交部聯合籌辦的「2010年臺灣與非洲地區環境保護領袖會議」,目的係與受邀前來台灣與會的非洲多國環境部長及官員,分享環保技術經驗,以與非洲區域互惠共榮目標,建立多邊及雙邊的環境保護合作機制,尋求共同開發推展碳權經營的契機,共同為達到永續發展與減緩全球氣候變遷的目標盡力。 「2010年臺灣與非洲地區環境保護領袖會議」於3月17日在台北君悅飯店盛大召開,國內外共有250人出席,此次與會的非洲代表共有28位,包括布吉納法索、甘比亞、聖多美普林西比、與史瓦濟蘭四個友邦環境部會首長率同資深官員抵台參與盛會,另外利比亞、奈及利亞、肯亞與南非等四個非邦交國也有代表出席,各國駐台使節、代表也全程參與,在此次會議中充分交會意見,了解彼此的需求與條件。 大會開幕典禮由行政院環保署沈世宏署長與外交部楊進添部長共同主持,並邀請全球環境機構氣候變遷團隊(GEF)主管的羅伯迪森博士以貴賓身份發表專題演講,提供國際最新的氣候變遷政策方向,並見證臺灣與非洲地區國家在環境保護合作歷程上的重要里程碑。 貴賓演說之後由沈署長主持「環保領袖論壇」,與四非洲友邦部長及羅伯迪森博士,就共同因應全球氣候變遷及追求永續發展為題進行意見交流,由沈署長引言提出我國政府在因應氣候變遷的政策及相關發展方向,各國則說明各國現在全球氣候變化下面臨的問題及發展方向,GEF的羅伯迪森博士認為大家需要在伙伴基礎上合作,並以「立足本土,放眼世界」,最後以宣讀「2010年臺灣與非洲地區環保領袖會議共識結論」做為「環保領袖論壇」的結尾,合作方向包括: (1) 建立國家間環境保護長期對話機制; (2) 分享推展永續農林、水資源管理、廢棄物處理及其他永續發展之技術交流與執行經驗; (3) 強化因應氣候變遷之能力建構,發展推動衝擊調適合作計畫; (4) 透過如碳金融機制等市場誘因,促進再生能源技術移轉。 會議當天下午安排我國與非洲友邦國家環境部長雙邊會談,由沈署長與各國環境部長或代表分別安排時間舉行雙邊會談,增進彼此熟悉度,促進雙邊交流,概括整理,幾乎所有國家都非常重視造林與生態保育與再生能源的發展,其他還有廢棄物管理與處理回收及濱海國家的海岸管理,各項相關管理機制,將成為未來我國與非洲友邦國家環保交流的方向。 在環境部長雙邊會談的同時,大會亦安排「環保領袖會議專家研討會」,以「資源永續利用與氣候變遷衝擊調適」與「碳能源技術應用與碳市場發展」兩個議題為方向,與非洲代表及我國與會人員展開研討,由環保署邱文彥副署長與工研院資深顧問楊日昌博士分別主持下,並由境保護署廢管處黃拯中簡任技正就「臺灣一般廢棄物管理經驗」、文化大學土地資源學系楊之遠教授就「台灣與非洲友邦國家氣候變遷衝擊調適合作展望」、工研院董靜宇所長就「臺灣再生能源科技發展趨勢」,位於非洲布吉納法索的2iE學院創辦人保羅吉尼士院長就「2iE - 一個非洲國際化、多元化的科技與訓練平台」,及清華大學科技法律研究所范建得教授就「清潔發展機制與碳權經營機會」等五位專家進行專題報告,其中2iE學院創辦人保羅吉尼士院長報告發展跨14國非洲區域性教育機構2iE的發展及未來因應非洲水資源與再生能源的區域性發展規劃,並以我國工研院的規模為其發展目標。 3月18日下午由環保署沈署長陪同主要與會貴賓赴總統府晉見馬總統後本次2010年臺灣與非洲地區環保領袖會議劃下完美句點。 為讓來賓能深入瞭解我國環保與能源建設,大會於3月16日安排與會外賓赴淡水河岸陽光電城/台北縣永續環境教育中心、八里垃圾焚化廠/掩埋場等實地參觀訪問,並於3月18日早上利用空檔安排赴故宮博物院參觀,讓與會各國來賓心情愉悅下啟程返國 總之,這是一個成功的國際會議,我國將藉此進一步規劃,邀請國內業者共同參與進行與非洲友邦各項可能的碳權發展計畫,由於我國並非聯合國會員國,未來除尋求加入聯合國氣候變化綱要公約外,並尋求其他替代方案,避免在未來碳權交易市場被邊緣化,衝擊經濟發展,非洲國家則是我國投資發展碳權經營的最新指標區域,協助其投資建設取得碳權在國際碳權市場上進行轉換或抵減,這次國際會議是台灣與非洲地區合作發展碳權經營的最佳契機。
中文關鍵字 環境領袖會議;清潔發展機制;全球氣候變化

基本資訊

專案計畫編號 EPA-99-FA11-03-D069 經費年度 099 計畫經費 3600 千元
專案開始日期 2010/03/16 專案結束日期 2010/05/21 專案主持人 曲新生
主辦單位 溫室氣體減量管理辦公室(停用) 承辦人 吳奕霖 執行單位 財團法人工業技術研究院

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2010 Taiwan and Africa Environmental Leaders Meeting final report

英文摘要 In response to the current trend of global climate change, this project was developed to implement the “2010 Taiwan and Africa Environmental Leaders Meeting” developed by Taiwan EPA, jointly with Ministry of Foreign Affairs to be held on March 17, 2010. In this event many African Environmental Ministers and Officials were invited for the sharing of experience on technology to achieve target on mutual prosperity and developing multi- and bilateral cooperation mechanism on environmental protection. It has also been an opportunity for jointly developing carbon credit business subsequently, for making the best efforts on the objective of sustainable development and mitigation of the global climate change. The “2010 Taiwan and Africa Environmental Leaders Meeting” was held on March 17 held at the Taipei Grand Hyatt, with 250 attendees totally. A total of 28 African representatives, including environmental ministers and senior officials from Burkina Faso, Gambia, São Tomé e Príncipe and Kingdom of Swaziland, and also representatives from Libya, Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa as well as full participation of their ambassadors and representatives stationed in Taiwan for full understanding and opinion exchanges on this issue. The opening ceremony was officiated by Dr. Stephen Shu-hung Shen, Minister of Taiwan EPA, Executive Yuan, and Mr. Timothy Chin-tien Yang, Minister of Foreign Affairs, jointly. Dr. Robert K. Dixon, Climate Change and Chemicals team leader from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) was invited as keynote speaker in sharing contemporary global policies on climate change issue and participating in the notable milestone of cooperation between Taiwan and African countries on climate change. The program was followed by the Forum on “Climate Change and Sustainable Development”, hosted by the Minister Shen, with official Ministerial participants from the four African countries and Dr. Robert Dixon dialoguing on the issue of responding global climate change and sustainable development. It started with Minister Shen’s indication on the policy and developments in responding the global climate change in Taiwan followed by related description on issues and developments from each African country mostly focus on forest management and renewable energy, mainly on solar power. Dr. Robert Dixon indicated we need to achieve cooperation based on partnership as ground, and ended with an old saying "act locally; think globally”. This session ended with enunciating the "Consensus of the 2010 Taiwan and Africa Environmental Leaders Meeting” with cooperative actions on: (1) long-term dialogue mechanism on environmental protection among the States (2) sharing experiences and technologies of implementing sustainable agriculture and forestry, water resources management, waste management, and other sustainable development priorities; (3) capacity building for climate change response, and the development and implementation of cooperative programs on impacts and adaptation; and (4) through mechanisms such as carbon finance market incentives to promote renewable energy technology transfer. Bilateral meetings between environmental ministers of Taiwan and African countries were arranged in the afternoon for more understanding, promoting bilateral communications, and strengthening connection channels as well as the issues and policies over environmental protection. In summary, the African countries were focus on forestation and ecological protection, as well as renewable energy. It also includes waste management, coastal management from coastal countries, and other related management mechanism. It will become scopes as cooperation developments and further ground and content of program development. In the meantime, sessions of workshop with themes “Resource Recycling and Adaptation” and “Low-carbon Energy Technology and Carbon Market Development” were held, chaired by Dr. Wen-Yan Chiau, Vice Minister of Taiwan EPA, and Dr. Robert Jih-Chang Yang of ITRI individually. Five topics were “Taiwan’s Experience of General Waste Management” Presented by Mr. Ching-Chung Huang, “The Cooperation Vision on Adaptation to Climate Change between Taiwan and Africa” by Dr. Chea-Yuan Young, for first session, and “ Trends for Renewable Energy Technology Development in Taiwan” by Dr. Simon Chin-Yu Tung, “ Specific Introduction: 2iE : An International and Multicultural Scientific and Training Platform in the Heart of Africa” by Mr. Paul Ginies from 2iE, “ The Opportunities on Clean Development Mechanism and Carbon Credit Management” by Dr. Fan, Chien-Te for second session. The presentation by Mr. Paul Ginies, Executive Director of 2iE, explicated the development of African regional education institute, 2iE, across 14 countries with program on regional development in the fields of water resources and renewable energy. He indicated the scale of ITRI in Taiwan will be the development goal of 2iE. The “2010 Taiwan and Africa Environmental Leaders Meeting” finalized with Head Representatives’ audience with President Ma accompanied by Minister Shen as perfect ending. For full understanding on the infrastructure on environment and energy, the organizer arranged the guest attendees from abroad visiting Tamshui Solar City/ Sustainable Education Center of Taipei County, Bali Refuse Incineration Plant and Bali Landfill Site on March 16. And in the morning of March 18, a specific arrangement, the organizer arranged a visiting to the National Palace Museum, so that guests would be in excellent feeling about Taiwan on their way home. In short, it has been a successful international meeting. Taiwan will further invite related industries’ involvements for possible carbon credits developing project. As non-signatory country of UNFCCC currently, Taiwan would seek possibilities for participation in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, or alternatives to avoid marginalization in the carbon trading in the future accompanying with severe impacts on economic development. The African countries are a new index area for our investments for carbon management, developing investments for accruing carbon credits to be transferring and offsetting in the global carbon market. This International Meeting will become an excellent opportunity for developing regional carbon credit management cooperation between Taiwan and African area.
英文關鍵字 Environmental Leaders Meeting;Environmental Leaders Meeting;global climate change