In response to the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the United Nations in 2015, Taiwan submitted a Voluntary National Review (VNR) in 2017 to check the correlation between current policy and 17 sustainable development goals. Recently, different ministries get together to develop Taiwan's own sustainable development goals including 18 main goals and 240 targets by 2020 and 2030 respectively.
In order to imply deep structural changes and profound reforms of institutions toward sustainable development, we should identify barriers and measures to achieve these goals. Therefore, we proposed six transformation and main challenges in this general remark to attain sustainable development goals by 2030. In this study, risk assessment and paper review were conduct to scan potential systematic risk on socioeconomic status by a holistic approach. To present overall policy recommendations and strengthen the support, recognition from people, we design seven chapters in our remark as following:
(1) Preface;(2) Great Challenges and International Sustainable Development Agenda; (3) Taiwan's Great Change Challenge, Systemic Risk and Sustainable Development goals; (4) Identification barriers toward Sustainable Development Goal In Taiwan And the opportunity for transformation; (5) Six transformations (6) Policy tools for sustainable development goals; (7) Windows of opportunity for transformation in Taiwan.