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2022 Republic of China Adaptation Communication
During COP26, a resolution was made according to resolution 9/CMA.1 for signing parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to submit adaptation communications between Nov. 6 and 18, 2022, providing updated information for global stocktaking and to establish the Global Gaol on Adaptation. While Taiwan was not a signing party, to fulfill its climate change adaptation duties, an adaptation communication was prepared within the designated time frame (as attached below) for review. The communication consists of the five chapters, "National Conditions," "Impact, Adaptation, and Vulnerability," "Institutional and Legal Framework to Implement Climate Change Adaptation," "Climate Adaptation Measures and Achievements," and "International Cooperation." The chapters sum up Taiwan's climate change research results and eight areas of the "National Climate Adaptation Action Plan" (disaster, infrastructure, water resource, land use, coastal and marine environment, energy supply and industry, agricultural production and biodiversity, and public health), capability building results, and climate change international cooperation cases (including with Belize, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and Honduras.)
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