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Jul 07, 2022
In General Discussions
Including President Tsai Ing-wen, AIT Director Sun Xiaoya of the American Institute in Taiwan, Tsai Qichang, President of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Policy Advancement Council of the Legislative Yuan, Tang Feng, Executive Council Member of the Executive Yuan, Wang Meihua, Minister of Economic Affairs, and Jian Youxin, Chairman of the Taiwan Sustainable Energy Research Foundation , as well as domestic and foreign leaders such as enterprises TSMC, Xinyi Housing, Acer, Sun Zhihua, CEO of United Online, and Guan Zhenxuan, general manager of United Online, as well as non-governmental representatives of enterprises. President Tsai Ing-wen said that in addition to planning the path to net zero carbon emissions in 2022 this year, the government will also promote banner design the transformation of energy, industry, life and society on the basis of technology research and development and climate, and accelerate Taiwan's net zero Emissions development process. Among them, technology will be the key driving force for the global net-zero transformation, and Taiwan's technological advantages are globally competitive. It should invest in the research and development of new sustainable energy technologies to fully deploy net-zero technology. She said that in terms of legal system, the Environmental Protection Agency, through amendments to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Management Law, renamed it the "Climate Change Response Law". The goal of net zero emissions by 2050 in the future will also be incorporated into the law, starting carbon pricing and completing carbon inventory. Mechanism, just yesterday, the Executive Yuan passed the draft amendment and formally sent it to the Legislative Yuan for deliberation. In the future, it will also promote the revision of the three energy laws, and use the power of green finance to accelerate the transformation of the financial industry. President Tsai Ing-wen RA100 Earth Solution Facing the future, Tsai Ing-wen emphasized that Taiwan's goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050 is a daunting test. The government has planned to invest 900 billion yuan to promote and continue to improve the transformation plan by 2030. She said, "Sustainability cannot be done alone.
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