- White Paper
- UN SDGs
- Teaching research
In 2015, the United Nations General Assembly formulated the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, providing a blueprint for the present and future peace and prosperity of humanity and the planet. Centering on 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development urgently appeals to all countries, including developed and developing ones, to adopt global partnership action to end poverty, improve health and education, reduce inequality, stimulate economic development, slow down climate change, and conserve forests and marine ecosystems by 2030. Because all of the aforementioned issues are closely related, collaboration among countries is required to improve the current situation and implement sustainable development.
The 17 SDGs set by the United Nations cover environmental, economic, and social aspects, encouraging all parties to respond to various global challenges. Many top universities overseas have the promotion of SDGs as a goal at the school level; they mobilize forces, exploit knowledge, promote social and economic development, and help to maintain environmental sustainability.
The four central tenets of wisdom, health, sustainability, and aesthetics associated with the NTTU’s international green university initiatives are closely related and connected to the 17 SDGs of the United Nations. NTTU demonstrates social responsibility and contributes to the joint creation of a sustainable future.