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Sustainable Cities and Communities (SDG 11)

Arts and heritage

Does your university as a body provide public access to buildings, monuments or natural heritage landscapes of cultural significance?

Our approach(SDG11-01)

 

Does your university as a body provide public access to libraries including books and publications?

Our approach(SDG11-02)

 

Does your university as a body provide public access to museums, exhibition spaces / galleries and/or works of art and artifacts?

Our approach(SDG11-03)

 

Does your university as a body provide free public access to open spaces and green spaces?

Our approach(SDG11-04)

 

Does your university as a body contribute to local arts, in terms of number of annual public performances of university choirs / theatre groups / orchestras etc?

Our approach(SDG11-05)

 

Does your university as a body deliver projects to record and/or preserve intangible cultural heritage such as local folklore, traditions, language, and knowledge?

Our approach(SDG11-06)

 

University expenditure   NT$1709195920

 

University expenditure on arts and heritage

Sustainable practices

Does your university as a body measure and set targets for more sustainable commuting (walking, cycling or other non-motorized transport, vanpools, carpools, shuttlebus or public transportation, motorcycle, scooter or moped, or electric vehicles)?

Our approach(SDG11-07)

 

Does your university as a body undertake actions to promote the % of more sustainable commuting (e.g. provision of free or subsidised buses or shared transport schemes, provision of bicycle parking & storage facilities, provision of cycle tracks, a bicycle and pedestrian plan or policy, bicycle sharing programme, free or reduced price transit passes, car/van pool or ride sharing programme, reduced parking fees or preferential parking for carpool or vanpool users, car sharing programme, provision of electric vehicle recharging stations, preferred parking for fuel-efficient vehicles)?

Our approach(SDG11-08)

 

Does your university as a body promote or allow telecommuting or remote working for employees as a matter of policy or standard practice, and/or offer a condensed working week to reduce employee commuting?

Our approach(SDG11-09)

 

Does your university as a body provide affordable housing for employees?

Our approach(SDG11-10)

 

Does your university as a body provide affordable housing for students?

Our approach(SDG11-11)

 

Does your university as a body prioritise pedestrian access on campus?

Our approach(SDG11-12)

 

Does your university as a body work with local authorities to address planning issues/development, including ensuring that local residents are able to access affordable housing?

Our approach(SDG11-13)

 

Does your university as a body build new buildings to sustainable standards (if ‘yes’, are you following a national standard or body, e.g. the world green building council, that certifies it? Please indicate)?

Our approach(SDG11-14)

 

Does your university as a body build on brownfield sites, where possible (brownfield sites are those where there has been previous, recent building)?

Our approach(SDG11-15)