Taiwan NDC


The Republic of China (Taiwan) supports the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and is committed to communicating its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC), following the common but differentiated responsibility under the national circumstance for the objective in Article 2 of the Convention.

To shoulder emission-reduction responsibilities with other nations, Taiwan announced its intended nationally determined contributions (INDCs) in accordance with the decisions of the 20th Convention of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP20) on 17 September 2015. The EPA has set a carbon emission reduction goal of a 50% cut from the expected business as usual (BAU) level by 2030, equal to reducing emissions by 20% below the 2005 level, with a future direction toward 50% lower than the 2005 level.

Taiwan’s nationally determined contribution is based on its 2015 INDC. The updated nationally determined contribution (NDC) aims to enhance the reduction target further to 23-25% by 2030, with reference to Article 3 of the Paris Agreement (common but differentiated responsibilities) ensure a basis to strengthen reduction ambitions, and endeavor to reach the net-zero emission goal by 2050.

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Update of Taiwan’s Nationally Determined Contribution
2023-03-14 pdf 96
Submission by Republic of China (Taiwan) Intended Nationally Determined Contribution
2022-10-11 pdf 170
Taiwan on Track to Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Intended Nationally Determined Contribution, INDC)
2022-10-11 pdf 135
Environmental Protection Administration, R.O.C.(Taiwan)
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