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推展兩岸因應氣候變遷學術交流與實質合作

中文摘要 本計畫藉由蒐集研析中國大陸因應氣候變遷相關政策措施及發展脈動,及透過舉辦兩岸因應氣候變遷學術研討會,與中國大陸進行氣候變遷相關領域之交流並拓展合作機會。本次研討會由環保署沈世宏署長率領我方代表團一行48人,於102年5月19日~25日赴陸參加第四屆兩岸因應氣候變遷學術研討會及進行參訪。研討會中針對:(1)建構低碳綠色城市、(2)產業低碳技術、(3)氣象監測預警技術與實踐、(4)新能源等四大議題,由兩岸專家學者深入交換意見及經驗交流。 本次圓桌會議初步確立未來兩岸因應氣候變遷交流將以四大合作層次(政策、技術、產業、城市)、五大議題(循環型低碳城市、綠色經濟工具、產業低碳策略與技術、氣象監測預警技術與實踐、及強化公眾氣候變遷意識)進行實質合作推動。在圓桌會議後,本計畫邀集國內專家就兩岸合作五大議題進行優劣勢分析,凝聚出我方可提案之兩岸可實質合作建議項目,及未來推動短中長期路徑圖,可望逐步開展兩岸氣候變遷各領域合作計畫。 經歸納建議雙方立即啟動合作項目有: 1.在我方環保署與中國大陸發改委平台下,強化原有產業交流,尋找更多產業兩岸合作空間。 2.我方清碳聯盟與中國大陸低碳產業聯盟交流。 3.我方籌組小組與中國大陸碳排放管理標準技術化專家委員會針對碳排放管理標準技術化進行交流。 4.於「海峽兩岸標準計量檢驗認證合作協議」之驗證認證工作組下成立溫室氣體專案組,進行兩岸驗證認證標準審核。 5.我方籌組小組與中國大陸發改委及國家氣候戰略中心針對溫室氣體減量方法學進行交流。 6.雙方針對城市碳盤查/減量方法學進行合作,並推動產業碳揭露,以瞭解雙方減量成效。 7.環保服務業(ESCO)相互承認節能實績及專業技師執照。 8.促成民間單位(如櫃買中心)與各碳排放交易所交流,進而簽訂MOU。 9.擴大雙方低碳城市交流的對象,簽訂社區合作協議。
中文關鍵字 因應氣候變遷合作;兩岸因應氣候變遷學術研討會

基本資訊

專案計畫編號 EPA-102-FA11-03-A233 經費年度 102 計畫經費 5430 千元
專案開始日期 2013/04/08 專案結束日期 2013/12/31 專案主持人 江國瑛
主辦單位 溫室氣體減量管理辦公室(停用) 承辦人 邱美璇 執行單位 財團法人台灣綠色生產力基金會

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期末報告 (完整)推展兩岸因應氣候變遷學術交流與實質合作期末定稿.pdf 8MB

Boosting Cross-Strait Academic Exchange and Cooperation on Climate Change

英文摘要 By collecting the related information of climate change strategies in Mainland China and holding “The 4th Cross-Strait Climate Change Conference”, this project brought up experience exchange and expanded cooperative opportunities with Mainland China. The conference contingent of Taiwan was led by Shu-Hung Shen, director-general of Environmental Protection Administration (EPA), with 47 experts from the government, industry and academic, participated in the conference and academic visits in Mainland China from 19th to 25th, May, 2013. During the conference, participators from both sides discussed and exchanged opinions on four subjects including (1)Establishing low carbon and green cities, (2)Low carbon technologies in industries, (3)Technologies and practices in meteorological monitoring and early warning (4)New energy. In the conclusion of the roundtable discussion, the cross-strait cooperation will be promoted with four levels (policy, technology, industry, and city) and five subjects (low carbon cities, low carbon strategies in industries, green economic tools, early warning of climate change, and civic consciousness). After the roundtable, we invited experts to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of five subjects to seek out potential cooperated projects which were suitable for Taiwan, and drew up the roadmap to promote cross-strait cooperation. Therefore, cross-strait cooperated projects in various subjects could be practiced gradually. The suggested cooperated projects which can be started in soon include: 1. Strengthen the existing industry exchange and explore more cooperative opportunities under the pilot of this project (EPA in Taiwan and National Development & Reform Commission (NDRC) in Mainland China). 2. Establish the communication between CDM & Carbon Credit Management Alliance (Taiwan) and Low-carbon Industry Alliance (Mainland China). 3. Prepare a team to discuss the technology of the carbon emission management standard with “Committee of Carbon Emission Management Standard Technology” in Mainland China. 4. Establish the “GHG Group” as a branch under “Cross-Strait Agreement on Cooperation in Respect of Standards, Metrology, Inspection and Accreditation”. 5. Prepare a team to discuss methodologies for greenhouse gas reductions with National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC) in NDRC. 6. Cooperate to develop carbon inventory/GHG reduction methodologies of cities, and promote carbon disclosures of industries. 7. Recognize performances and professional engineer license of environmental service industries (ex: ESCO) mutually. 8. Promote the communication between non-governmental organizations in Taiwan (ex: GreTai Securities Market) and China Emission Exchanges in Mainland China. 9. Extend the exchange of cross-strait low-carbon cities, and sign up cross-strait community cooperation agreement.
英文關鍵字 Cooperation on climate change;Cross-Strait Climate Change Conference