2022 UN SDG Poster Competition: Goal 13 Climate Action

What are the UN SDGs

In 2015, the 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted and promoted by the United Nations. 17 Sustainable Development Goals are outlined to help realize a world of peace and prosperity. An urgent call for action is delivered to every member of the global society. With joint effort, we are aiming at ending poverty, improving health and education and reducing inequality while preserving our environment and tackling climate change.  

About the Competition

This year, NTU jointly work with other six international partner universities across the world to host parallel research poster competition focusing on Sustainable Development Goal 13: Climate Action. All NTU students from undergraduate to graduate schools across all disciplines are invited to conduct their own poster to share their research and ideas related to SDG 13. Every university will come up with their own winners, who will later gathered in an online global forum on April 22nd, 2022 to present their posters. The global forum offers students an opportunity to share their ideas, projects and research on SDG 13 and have intercultural exchange with other students and researchers across the world .  

Click here to view the winner entries and global forum from last year!

Partner Institutions: Indiana University, University of Hamburg, National Autonomous University of Mexico, O.P. Jindal Global University, Moi University, Newcastle University 

Time Line

Online Info Session

To help students to know more about UN SDGs as well as gain more insights of related studies, NTU Office of International Affairs is very honored to invite two respetful specialists to share their experience and knowledge with students via an online info session on 19:00-20:00 Tuesday, November 23rd, 2021. The Info Session is recorded as follow, watch the full video to learn more about UN SDGs! 

Speakers

◆  Prof. Ching-Pin Tung, Sustainable Development Laboratory
◆  Prof. Chyi-Rong Chiou, Biodiversity Research Center

Topic and Agenda

◆  How to participate?
◆  What are the UN SDGs? How to start a UN SDGs topic related study case?
◆  Climate action and its related studies

◆  Download the Info Session presentation slides here

Competition Guidelines

Qualification

Open to undergraduate and graduate (including master and doctoral students) NTU students enrolled in 2021/22 academic year. Students are allowed to identify a faculty/researchers as his/her mentor, but a mentor is not a criteria for participating the competition. 

For further inquiries of academic consultation or mentor in specific academic fields, please contact Ms. Laila Chen for further discussion.

Poster Specification

  1. Topic: Describe an idea, research project that has clear connection to UN SDG 13. There are no limitation to the academic area. The project could be a possible solution to current problem, verify a hypothesis, design an experiment etc. 
  2. Content: The poster is expected to include research abstract, identified impact target, research method, findings or conclusions and reference. 
  3. International Impact: The poster should make clear discussion about how the project make impacts to local and international society or how it makes connections between them.
  4. The poster must in English and should use scientific language without grammar or punctuation errors. Pictures and tables should be clearly marked to present information and solutions. 
  5. Please submit the poster as PDF file. The topic of the project, the name of the student and mentor(if any) and text should be clearly recognized and easily read. 
  6. Dimensions:  768 x 512 pixels; Quality: 150 dpi or less; Maximum file size: 2MB

Other Supplements

Online Resources

The 17  Sustainable Developmenht Goals|United Nations 
SDG Academy 
SDG Academy Library
Strategic Intelligence|World Economic Forum
Climate Change Education|Ministry of Education
NTUSDGs|Office of Institutional Research and Social Responsibility
Free Course: Creating Research Poster|Indiana University

Related Activities

臺灣氣候行動博覽會 Taiwan Climate Action Exposition

◆  Time: Dec. 3rd-5th, 2021
◆  Location: The Pier2 Art Center, No. 99, Penglai Rd, Gushan District, Kaohsiung City, 804
◆  About: Taiwan Climate Action Exposition gathers public sectors, provate sectors and civic sectors in Taiwan to showcase their actions and results in helping the Climate Change.

 氣候變遷創意實作競賽 Climate Change Education Innovation Competition
◆  Registration Time: Register online before 15:00 Dec. 20th, 2021 
◆  Guidelines for 2022 Climate Change Innovation Competition please click here.

Winner Prizes

Category Undergraduate Graduate
First Prize NTD 20,000 NTD 20,000
Runner Up NTD 10,000 NTD 10,000

Enter the Competition

The poster must be submitted via following link before March 4th, 2022 to be entered in the competition. Winners will be announced in mid March. The global forum will be host on April 22nd, 2022.

Submission Link: https://forms.gle/KvHpyDxjoPrQgPg9A 

Click here to download Copyright Authorization Agreement for the submission. 

Contact Information

Office of International Affairs: Laila Chen (Ms.)

◆  Email: lailachen@ntu.edu.tw
◆  Tel: 02-3366-2007 #215

 


Last update : 2022 / 02 / 22