On August 22, 2023, Taiwan’s Environmental Protection Administration is upgraded to the new Ministry of Environment, one of the main goals of the upgrade is to increase government resources to better handle the tasks of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. In addition, the Climate Change Response Act was also amended in February 2023, followed by several related regulations amendments. These amendments are aimed at strengthening Taiwan’s efforts to achieve net-zero carbon emissions. Among these amendments, the imposition of carbon levy has attracted a lot of attention from the industry. In this seminar, we would like to provide an overview of Taiwan’s new Ministry of Environment, the vision to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and its approaches.
- Overview of the new Ministry of Environment and its responsibilities
- Vision to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and its approaches
- Amendment of the Climate Change Response Act
- Approaches to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050
- Carbon levy collection plan
- Introduction of Enviliance ASIA Service and seminar closing
Ms. Yake LIU is an Associate Senior Researcher from the Research & Consulting Department of EnviX Ltd. She is mainly in charge of EHS (Environment, Health and Safety) regulations in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and has rich knowledge and experience in these fields. Before joining EnviX, she worked as a research assistant at the School of Environment, Tsinghua University for 4 years, and mainly focusing on the VOCs and waste control policy research.
|Webinar Title||Taiwan, new Ministry of Environment and 2050 net-zero carbon emissions vision|
|Date & Time||November 8th, 2023
8:00 – 8:30 am (GMT)
*4:00 pm (CST: Chianese Standard Time)
*1:30 pm (IST: Indian Standard Time)