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New Taipei SDGs Express No. 1, August 2022 – Sailing to the Future! New Taipei Appreciation Tour in Tamsui
A New Paradigm for City Diplomacy: 2022 New Taipei Appreciation Tour in Tamsui
For the 2022 New Taipei Appreciation Tour, which was held on August 21, New Taipei City Government invited envoys to board the vessel Great River Queen and enjoy views of the mountains and sea along the blue Tamsui River. Near 200 envoys from 34 countries across five continents, including 20 ambassadors and representatives to Taiwan and five presidents of foreign chambers of commerce...
New Taipei SDGs Express No. 0, July 2022 - From SDGs to ESG, ING Earth Day Forum Event Highlights
Congratulations! New Taipei 2021 VLR enters 2nd screening of Good Design Award
New Taipei City released its 2nd SDGs Voluntary Local Review (VLR) in November 2021, and the VLR report has just officially passed the 1st screening of the 2022 Good Design Award...
New Taipei City Government's SDG Experimental Space Comma Lab Wins the Red Dot Design Award 2021 for Interior Design
In 2020, the New Taipei City Government established the experimental meeting space Comma Lab, featuring a design concept that integrates the notions of an open workspace, interactive equipment, and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 9—innovation. The meeting space is expected to have a utilization rate of more than 100%, and soon after its launch, it was nominated for various awards at the 2021
New Taipei City's 2019 Voluntary Local Review Wins the Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Award
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Voluntary Local Review (VLR) published by New Taipei City in 2019 has won various Taiwanese and international awards. Specifically, the VLR won the iF Design Award, one of the world's top four design awards, in the first half 2021, and it was later awarded a Gold Award for the Government Agencies Voluntary Local Review category at the 14th Taiwan Corporate
New Taipei City Invited to Present its 2021 Voluntary Local Review at the Local and Regional Governments Day of the United Nations Climate Change Conference
The 26th Climate Change Conference of the Parties in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (known as the United Nations Climate Change Conference, UNFCCC, or COP26), which was postponed to November 1–12, 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, was held physically in Glasgow, Scotland, U.K. The New Taipei City Government was invited to present its second Voluntary Local Review
2021 Nordic Sustainable Forum series event "SDG City in 2030: The Nordics-New Taipei Partnership Dialogue" and the release of New Taipei City's 2021VLR
Members attending the 12-day (November 1–12) Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) included leaders and climate representatives of 197 parties. The primary goals of this conference were to help countries worldwide achieve the goal of zero emission by the end of this century and encourage them to commit to substantial emission reduction by 2030.
New Taipei City's 2019 Voluntary Local Review Wins the iF Design Award
The iF Design Award, one of the world’s top four design awards, announced its 2021 winners on April 17. A Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Voluntary Local Review (VLR) Report published by the New Taipei City Government in 2019 won the Award for Communication; the award’s jury members praised the extraordinary quality of the report's idea, impact, and function, which stood out among the other
Mayor Hou Signs NYC's VLR Declaration
In February 2020, Mayor Hou Yu-Ih responded to the invitation from New York City and, during a city affair meeting, personally signed the Voluntary Local Review (VLR) Declaration launched by New York City. Accordingly, New Taipei City became the only city in Taiwan that received the invitation to sign this declaration.
New Taipei City COVID-19 Response Report
New Taipei City Wins the Award as the Most Outstanding Sustainable City. Hou Yu-Ih: Making Citizens Proud of the City
Business Today performed the 2020 sustainable city survey for the six special municipalities in Taiwan by examining the long-term urban development blueprint of each city. The comprehensive survey score identified New Taipei City as the top winner. Today (October 14), New Taipei City Mayor Hou Yu-Ih attended the award ceremony and expressed his gratitude for the effort of Business Today in…
International Forum on Sustainable Development Goals in Australia. New Taipei City, New York, and Melbourne Shared Their Voluntary Local Reviews at the Same Session.
The Sustainable Development Goals, Climate Change and Cities online forum was held by the School of Design of University of Melbourne on October 1, 2020. This three-day international forum attracted over 700 participants from 83 universities from 25 countries as well as representatives from critical international organizations such as UN-Habitat and ICLEI. In early 2020, New Taipei City…
Hou Yu-Ih Experienced Bicycle Commuting to Encourage the Use of Green Modes of Transport in Citizens
The New Taipei City Government has constructed three green commuter bike paths in Banqiao, Xindian, and Sanchong Districts. The city mayor Hou Yu-Ih became the first to try the bike path in the morning of Sep. 9th.
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