Under the global environmental legal framework of the UNFCCC, both the Kyoto Protocol and the Doha Amendment aim to the Parties towards 2020 GHG reductions targets. Simultaneously, the Paris Agreement seeks prompt actions to globally drive the deep decarbonization pathway and just transition towards 2050 net-zero emission targets. To date, climate governance is a critical consideration to national policy legalization, technology R＆D, economic development, low-carbon society, and diplomacy strategy; these climate actions have become a competitiveness foundation for a country and cooperates future decision making. The project is based on Taiwan’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Management Act to ensure national climate policy is well-promoted to fulfill competitiveness, energy security, economic growth, and a balanced, sustainable environment. Meanwhile, the project is also reviewed feasible practices on NDC targets, climate policies, response measures, legal actions, policy instruments, incentives for correctly grasp the trend of international net-zero emission development, and carbon-neutral strategies. Therefore, the primary tasks and objectives in this project include: 1.Studying the international engagement mechanism progress in article six of the Paris Agreement, and Taiwan’s legal strategy in response to the carbon border adjustment mechanism; 2.Exploring the development of long-term low carbon targets, carbon-neutral and technology strategy on the UNFCCC and the Paris Agreement’s negotiation trends, and relevant issues of the Response Measures with impact assessment; 3.Promoting the multilateral partnership collaboration for seeking capacity building opportunities and strategic development on international climate actions; 4.Organizing the preparatory work for the Taiwan EPA to participate in the UNFCCC’s conference activities and analyzing international climate negotiation trends; 5.Studying the international human right on climate change and just transition.