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Comprehensive Analysis of Impacts and Adaptation - IPCC Sixth Assessment Report on Climate Change and TCCIP Expert Reading Guide

Event Date | 2022/09/14 Address |

In response to the release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) from 2021-2022, the National Science Council's \Taiwan Climate Change Projection Information and Adaptation Knowledge Platform\ (TCCIP) and related scientific teams have excerpted key points from the first Working Group (WGI) report on the physical science basis and the second Working Group (WGII) report on impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability. They have published an analysis of important trends in Taiwan (, providing a reference for various domestic sectors.

The TCCIP project held an IPCC WGI AR6 expert key reading session in November 2021. Following this, an expert key reading session for the IPCC WGII AR6 report will be held, explaining and analyzing the contents of the WGII report in a summarized way and sharing it with various sectors.

The event will be divided into four themes, sharing sections of the WGII report that are more relevant to Taiwan:
(1) Theme 1: Introduction to IPCC assessment reports
Introducing the background of the IPCC, the history of past assessment reports, and the key points of the AR6 WGII report.
(2) Theme 2: Systemic risks and adaptation
\Ecosystems and their services,\ \Water and food,\ \Communities, cities, and health\ - Chapters 2 to 8 of the WGII report.
(3) Theme 3: Regional impacts and adaptation
\Coastal cities and settlements,\ \Mountainous areas,\ \Tropical forests\ - WGII cross-chapter report on Chapters 2, 5, and 7.
(4) Theme 4: Climate resilience development pathway
\Cross-sectoral and cross-regional risks,\ \Decision options,\ \Climate resilience development pathway\ - Chapters 16 to 18 of the WGII report.

Activity Goals aligned with SDGs Projects

Goal 1: No poverty Goal 2: Zero hunger Goal 3: Good health and well-being Goal 5: Gender equality Goal 6: Clean water and sanitation Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Goal 10: Reduced inequality Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production Goal 13: Climate action Goal 14: Life below water Goal 15: Life on land Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions Goal 17: Partnership for the goals


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The National Science Council "Taiwan Climate Change Estimated Information and Adaptation Knowledge Platform Plan" (hereinafter referred to as TCCIP) on September 14th in the conference room on the second floor of the National Science Council to handle the sixth evaluation Report the expert guide "", and invite production officials and research to understand the impact and adjustment of climate change. In this event, Professor Li Mingxu, the convener of the National Disaster Defense Science and Technology Center Climate Change Group, to give a speech. After the host of the plan host, Deputy Director Lin Liyao started, began to conduct the introduction of the content of the second working group of IPCC reports. This Guide was researcher at Li Xinli, Professor Chen Yuzheng of the National Center of Disaster Prevention and rescue, Professor Chen Yuzheng, Donghua University, Director Hou Qingxian, Professor Shi Dongxin, Yangming Jiaotong University, Researcher Yao Minghui, Agricultural Committee Agricultural Pilot Institute, Professor Lin Ziping, Cheng Kung University Researcher Wu Weide at the National Institute of Health, Researcher Zhang Jiawei, a researcher at the National Disaster Rescue Science and Technology Center, researcher Zhang Zhixin, the National Disaster Defense Science and Technology Center, assistant professor of Chen Qiwen, Taiwan University, Assistant Researcher Lin Yiyu of the Forestry Test Institute, and Lin Yuting, Assistant Researcher at the National Disaster Rescue Technology Center. IPCC's Sixth Evaluation Report Second Working Group Guide. A total of about 268 people at the physical meeting + online conference attended the meeting. The discussion was enthusiastic and provided a reference information with a very rich domestic climate change and sustainable basic science.

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