The series finale, "Decoding Carbon Credits," explored carbon trading and corporate responsibility.-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

The series finale, "Decoding Carbon Credits," explored carbon trading and corporate responsibility.

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The series finale, "Decoding Carbon Credits," explored carbon trading and corporate responsibility.

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NCKU's Research and Development Office, along with the NCKU Circular Economy Society and Sustainable Innovation Society, concluded their "Green Economy X Sustainable Transformation" series with a session on December 14th. The session featured Deputy General Manager Fang-Ning Ko from PwC Taiwan Sustainability Advisory Co., Ltd., who shared insights on carbon credits and carbon trading.


The event began with a quote from Native American wisdom shared by Ke-Xin  Chen, president of the NCKU Circular Economy Society, urging participants to actively consider and practice sustainability. Vice President of Research and Development, Shun-Fen Tzeng, led a reflection on how both international travel and experimental research contribute to carbon emissions in our daily lives. She also highlighted the importance of understanding carbon in light of this year's establishment of a carbon trading market.


Deputy General Manager Ko introduced PwC Taiwan's key features, including being the largest among the Big Four accounting firms, establishing an innovative sustainable marketing team, and providing third-party assurance and verification services including non-financial information. She encouraged NCKU students to learn more about or join PwC Taiwan.


In the final part, Deputy General Manager Ko elaborated on two types of carbon credits: those from mandatory markets and those from voluntary markets. She clarified how Taiwan currently operates in a voluntary market and explained the role of the newly established carbon trading exchange. Her clear explanation provided participants with a systematic understanding of how carbon is monetized and traded under the net-zero trend, and how it impacts businesses, national economies, and our lives from an international perspective.
 

In her opening remarks,Ke-Xin  Chen, the president of the NCKU Circular Economy Society, encouraged everyone to actively think about and implement sustainability.

Vice President of Research and Development, Shun-Fen Tzeng, led everyone in reflecting on how both international travel and experimental research contribute to carbon emissions in our daily lives.

Deputy General Manager Fang-Ning Ko from PwC Taiwan Sustainability Advisory Co., Ltd. shared insights on carbon credits and carbon trading during the event.

The series of lectures titled "Green Economy X Sustainable Transformation," jointly organized by the Research and Development Office of NCKU, NCKU Circular Economy Society, and NCKU Sustainable Innovation Society, has come to a successful conclusion.

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