|標題:||單一整合型計畫-台灣節能減碳真實案例之報導發佈、教育紮根與原住民特殊情境追蹤探討( I )|
An Investigation of Media Propagation, Educational Roots, and the Special Circumstances of Indigenous Taiwanese with Regard to Energy Saving and Carbon Reduction
Lin Chao Chen
An Investigation of Media Propagation, Educational Roots, and the Special Circumstances of Indigenous Taiwanese with regard to Energy Saving and Carbon Reduction This study will investigate the implementation of energy saving and carbon reduction, and focus on the follow-up effects of climate change from the three aspects of media reporting, education, and research. This study aims to enhance the scientific reporting ability of university journalism students, as well as attempting to comprehensively enhance the cognition of the general population with regards to energy policies, energy saving and carbon reduction, using elementary school students and indigenous people in remote areas as education and research targets. In the aspect of media propagation, we believe that the mainstream media of Taiwan does not place sufficient emphasis on energy saving and carbon reduction. Amajority of news reports on these topics are translated from foreign news agencies, and local reports on these topics are extremely infrequent. Therefore, this study utilizes journalism department students in various universities as education targets, and encourages these students to travel to various localities in Taiwan and report on cases of energy saving and carbon reduction. The objective is to enhance the ability of future journalists to report on scientific issues. This study also uses public performances and websites to disseminate information on these issues to a greater audience on university campuses. In the aspect of education, we believe that domestic educational resources are overly concentrated in urban areas. This study uses elementary school students in remote areas as its education targets, to reduce the urban-rural gap and demonstrate care for disadvantaged groups. This study will recruit volunteer teachers to travel to remote areas to promote education on energy saving and carbon reduction, using instructional design and various activities to enhance the knowledge of young students in remote areas with regard to energy saving and carbon reduction. The main targets of the research section of this study are disadvantaged indigenous people. Because climate change has already awakened the awareness of indigenous peoples worldwide of a threat to their survival, this study focuses on the relationship between indigenous people in mountain areas of Taiwan and climate change. This study aims to clarify the difficulties faced by indigenous peoples of Taiwan with regard to climate change, as well as understand how indigenous people are responding to the problems of climate change, energy saving, and carbon reduction.