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作品名稱 :好農.好地球

Finalists Project:Wonder Earth

隊伍名稱:綠行

Finalists Team:Go Green

作品簡介:我們以問卷調查了解農民的想法,以彌補當前氣候服務的不足,我們的目標是利用氣候智能農業,開發Wonder Agro,提高人們對氣候變化的認知、永續農業如何產生影響,並幫助農民適應和緩解氣候變遷。

Introduction:Our project target is using Climate Smart Agriculture approach by providing climate services to help rice farmers to adapt and mitigate climate change while increasing yield production sustainably and reducing greenhouse gas effects. We conducted a survey and sent it to the farmers to understand their thinking. To fill up the gap between the farmers’ needs and the disadvantages of current climate service, Wonder Agro is developed to raise more awareness about climate change, how sustainable farming could make an impact, and help farmers to adapt and mitigate climate change.

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隊伍編號:023
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作品名稱 :WILD TO DIET

Finalists Project:wild to diet

隊伍名稱:WILD GROUP

Finalists Team:VEGES

作品簡介:本作品由長榮大學3名國際生推廣野生食用植物而發想,旨在最大限度減少碳排放、解決糧食安全問題與氣候變遷調適。項目涵蓋臺南-臺灣和三蘭港-坦尚尼亞兩國的兩個城市。我們相信地球是個好地方,值得為之奮鬥。

Introduction:This video was prepared to show the narrative of the 2021 Taiwan Climate Change Innovation Competition project, which was carried out by 3 international students from Evergreen Christian University. The project is called WILD TO DIET because it promotes wild edible plants and aims to minimize carbon dioxide emissions, help solve food security issues, and adapt to the problems caused by climate change. The project covers two cities in two countries, Tainan-Taiwan and Dar es Salaam-Tanzania. We believe that the earth is a good place and worth fighting for.

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隊伍編號:024
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作品名稱 :藍海依舊

Finalists Project:Still got the blue

隊伍名稱:碳深

Finalists Team:Carson

作品簡介:全球83 %的碳循環透過海洋進行,其中海岸地區雖僅占海洋總面積2 %以下,卻高達50 %的碳儲存在此區域進行。我們團隊選定當中的海草作為發展藍碳生態系的主體,並結合教育、保育、旅遊和碳稅減免的要素。

Introduction:Seagrasses are found in shallow salty and brackish waters, from the tropics to the Arctic Circle. They are called ecosystem engineers because they possess the capacity to modify and create unique habitats which allow to make coastal more suitable for and develop important impact on other animals as well providing ecological functions and a variety of services for humans. In general people should be conscious about the importance of their functions and by that be aware to preserve the oceans ecosystems, avoiding pollution and through a museum we show and educate people on this topic.

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作品名稱 :包炭

Finalists Project:Biochar from waste mushroom compost

隊伍名稱:包炭

Finalists Team:Biochar from waste mushroom compost

作品簡介:本作品利用廢棄太空包(菇包),藉電烤爐低溫轉製為負碳材料(生物炭),並再循環利用於農業及能源領域。此外,轉製過程中之能源輸入取自原生質料能量及太陽光電能,以期達到低碳排放、全循環及負碳材生產之目標。

Introduction:This work converted waste mushroom compost into a carbon-negative material (biochar) using electronic oven at low temperature, and to explore its reuse in the agricultural and energy applications. Furthermore, the energy input came from raw biomass energy and external photovoltaic system during the thermochemical process. In brief, this novel approach can be considered as a climate change toolkit, not only reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases by carbon sequestration through biochar, but also achieving the goals of total recycling and carbon-negative material production.

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