1. Comply with the provisions of the Paris Agreement to enhance greenhouse gas mitigation and gradually phase out the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) (which have high global-warming potential) pursuant to the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol.

2. Acknowledge that transparency, environmental co-benefits and Cost effectiveness should be considered in both policy formulation and implementation of mitigation and adaptation issues.

3. Implement a cap-and-trade scheme for greenhouse gases and taxation to put carbon pricing and green finance into practice and enhance economic incentives, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, assist green industrial development, improve national competitiveness, and promote social welfare.

4. Comply with the objective of a nuclear-free homeland, such that expansion in nuclear power will not be adopted as a means of combating climate change.

5. Take mitigation and adaptation strategies into consideration while performing environmental impact assessments.

6. Enhance capacities with regard to basic science, early warning, adaptive response to climate change, and resilience development.

7. Improve energy and resource utilization efficiency, boost resource recycling, and ensure national energy security and sustainable utilization of resources.

8. Establish a communication platform on which to build partnerships between the central and local governments, as well as cooperation between public and private sectors, to practically execute localized adaptation and mitigation measures.

9. Boost international cooperation and authentic participation, based on the principle of reciprocity, to maintain industries’ international competitiveness.

10. Increase public awareness and build the capacity to respond to climate change, and proactively assist non-governmental organizations to participate in relevant events.