The KCG has been promoting green roof and space in the city. Up to 2012, green space reached 48 ha in public place and 32.9 ha in private place. Green roof also amounts to 3.2 ha. 3852 GHG reduction is anticipated.Read More Read Less
Subsidy for both residential and commercial use since 2008. For the solar heater installation, each solar heater could get subsidy from both central government and Kaohsiung City government at around 800 USD in total.Read More Read Less
Kaohsiung is developing a “carbon-based adaptation fee and subsidy” system in city level. The funding is according to the GHG emissions to levy the climate change adaptation fee from industries in Kaohsiung City. The fee will be used for executing the adaptation actions in Kaohsiung. This financial system with complete grant and supervising system will help Kaohsiung to become a resilient city.Read More Read Less
Kaohsiung City Government started the project of adaptation policy making to climate change since 2010. The framework of Kaohsiung Adaptation policy contains 4 main parts: the mapping of vulnerable areas database in Kaohsiung; the collection and analysis of international, national, and cities’ adaptation policies; the Kaohsiung Adaptation Policy, implementing framework, and related regulations making; and the plan of Kaohsiung adaptation actions funding.Read More Read Less
We put lots of efforts in the issue of wetland conservation. The total area of wetlands in the city are greater than 50 million sqm, and the Neweipi wetland built in 2005 is the one with the most abundant species and the biggest one among them. Those wetlands not only can conserve the biodiversity, but also reserve flood water during flooding.Read More Read Less
The Kaohsiung City Government has reported 2 Community emission inventories, since 2010. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2015, the Stationary energy, Industrial process and product use, Transport, Waste management, Agriculture, forest and other land use and Agriculture, forest and other land use are identified as key emission sources.
The Kaohsiung City Government has reported 3 government operational inventories, since 2010. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2013, the Waste management, Transport, Other and Agriculture, forest and other land use are identified as key emission sources.
Mayor Chu ChenKaohsiung City Government, Chinese Taipei