Introduction of The Center for Green Economy
According to The Global Risks Report 2019 published by World Economic Forum, the top three risks have much to do with extreme climate. Sustainable development has become an urgent goal pursued by the all sectors of the society. Thus, the governments and non-governmental organizations all over the world have proposed various models of material, financial and information flows for production and consumption, expecting to achieve the goals of a sound environment and economy through economic transition. Among them, green economy is the concept of economic development focusing on the solutions to the deteriorating environment and resource limitations on the earth. It requires the innovations of technology, business models and lifestyles toward a sustainable society.
All the sectors of the society in Taiwan recognize the significance of green economy as well. The government has explicitly listed the development of green economy as an important national policy. At the same, non-governmental organizations have also actively converted the concept of green economy into a practical and feasible economic model. Therefore, we believe, in order to efficiently utilize the material, financial and information flows in green economy, it is necessary to integrate all strengths from various parties through the practices of innovative production, consumption, education, legislations, R&D and management.
The Center for Green Economy is currently engaged in the research subjects of climate change, circular economy, renewable energy, green finance, resource recycling, green trade etc. Moreover, we are committed to jointly promoting the following activities with governments, industries and academia:
- Strengthening domestic and international cooperation and partnerships: including the continuous dialogue mechanism between the industries, governments and academia, cross-industry alliance, and, the build-up of partnership.
- Education propaganda and condensation of consensus: including the build-up of the youth consciousness, media communication, industry workshops and the discussion of industry strategies.
- Developing technological programs together: including environmental and energy technologies, IoT (Internet of Things), intelligent logistic systems, production processes and databases, etc.
- Drawing up necessary regulations and measures: including the goals and policies of governments, standards of products and services, certification mechanisms and livelihood regulations, etc.
- Elevating the ESG governance levels and competitiveness of the corporates: including internal management system of the enterprises, and the extension of the responsibility for sustainable development, etc.
- Refining innovative business models: including the models for public and private partnerships, the consumption patterns of livelihood, and the industrial linkages, etc.
||PhD in Economics, University of Connecticut, U.S.A.||
Law and Economics
||Ph.D. in Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences, Washington State University, U.S.A.||
Environmental Policy and Planning
Soil Erosion Modeling
Financial Market and Investment
||Ph.D. National Taiwan University, Department of Agricultural Economics, R.O.C.||
Economic Impact Analysis
Non-market Goods Evaluation
Performance and Efficiency Analysis
||Ph.D., National Taipei University of Technology, R.O.C.||
||MS in Mathematics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan||
Trade and Environment
||M.S. National Taiwan University, Department of Agricultural Economics, R.O.C.||
Economic Impact Analysis
Environmental Planning and Management
Waste Management and Resource Recovery
Hydrogen and Fuel Cell
New Energy Policy