The purposes of this project were to explore future environmental cooperation opportunities between Taiwan and Germany, to strengthen bilateral environmental dialogue and exchange, and to ensure our domestic environmental policies in line with international development through organizing the Taiwan-German Environmental Forum and analyzing German environmental policies and priority issues. The main tasks were described as follows: Under this project, the First Taiwan-Germany Environmental Forum, as the first ever high-level environmental dialogue between Taiwan and Germany, was successfully organized and held on April 12, 2017. Invited by Minister Lee Ying-yuan of the Environmental Protection Administration, Ms. Bärbel Höhn, the member of the German Bundestag and the chair of the Committee on the Environment led a German delegation to Taiwan to exchange views with local experts on issues of concern, such as energy transition, renewable energy development, circular economy as well as public participation, and to prospect for future bilateral cooperation. The forum received wide popularity and more than 180 people from the public sector, industry and academia attended the forum. In addition, German’s major environmental policies were analyzed for exploring bilateral cooperation opportunities with stakeholders of successful experience in the future and to offer suggestions for cooperation. To name some of priority issues in line with domestic policy priorities were establishment of environmental protection standards and labels, waste management, carbon emissions trading, biomass power generation, public participation in environmental policies etc.