International Science Index


16622

Consensus on Climate Change Adaptation among Government and Populace

Abstract:

Observations and long-term trends indicate that climate change impacts would be significant and affects Taiwan directly and severely. Taiwan engages not only in mitigation, but also in adaptation. However, there are cognitive gaps on adaptation between government and populace. Besides, a vision of zero-carbon and renewable energy 100% will be adopted in future. Therefore, the objectives of this article are to 1) hold a National Forum for knowing differences between the strategies of zero-carbon and renewable energy 100% and cognitions of general populace, and 2) plan a clear roadmap for the vision, strategy, and measures. In this forum, we set 5 group topics, 5 presumed themes, and issues mentioned review for concluding the critical issues. Finally, there are 4 strategies and 14 critical issues which correlate with the vision and strategy of government and the cognition of the general populace.

References:


[1] National Science Council, The Science Report of Taiwan Climate Change 2011, November 2011.
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[3] Council for Economic Planning and Development, Adaptation Strategy to Climate Change in Taiwan, June 2012.
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[5] http://ecolife.epa.gov.tw/cooler/project/WorldCafe/, access 2013/09/05