Archilife Living Special Team Conferences
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The global trend of violent climate change is upon us. The Archilife Research Foundation has deemed, based on Taiwan’s climatic conditions and geographical location, that hygiene and health issues arising from climate change will most likely pose a serious threat to Taiwan. In order to strengthen Archilife Living Research Center’s ability to cope with possible hygiene and health problems in the future, the Archilife Living Special Team has since March 2017 convened the Archilife Living Special Team Conference once a week to discuss relevant issues. The Archilife Living Special Team is under the supervision of Professor Su Ching-hua; the team leader is Ms. Cheng Wei-ning; the members include: Ms. Tang Shu-chen, Mr. Chung Cheng-hsin, Mr. Tsai Kun-hsien, Mr. Lo Yang-ching, Mr. Gao Chuan-chi, Mr. Day Yeong-tyi, Mr. Lin De-en, Mr. Wang Wen-an, Mr. Liu Ding-chyu, and Mr. Chen Tai-an. The research results in respective stages are explained below:
From March 8th, 2019 to June 28th, 2019, the Archilife Living Special Team Conference for the first half of 2019 was held where a hygiene and health promotion plan was formulated. The research results include: analyze the global climate change trends and discuss the degree of impact of Taiwan and Fulong area’s hygiene and health related problems, examine Archilife Living Research Center’s public health conditions, including health education training, infectious disease control, medical support system, etc.; formulate and propose Archilife Living Research Center’s response to hygiene and health problems, improvement measures and additional systems to be adopted, including strengthening ecological environment management, developing symbiotic medicinal plants and other food therapy systems.
From July 5th 2019 to December 27th, 2019, a special team meeting for the second half of 2019 was held to formulate and complete future epidemic trend analysis and vertical migration plans. The research results include: analyze the impact of climate change on traditional epidemic and emerging epidemic and propose coping strategies; formulate shelter base site selection principles in the event vertical migration shelter is needed as land becomes uninhabitable due to climate change; evaluate items and survival equipment to carry during evacuation; explore the impact of climate change on food production and propose coping strategies, building plant genetic resources databases, planning wild survival summer camps to strengthen evacuation staff’s survival skills.
We expects the Archilife Living Special Team to formulate and complete response plans targeting various issues and continue fulfilling them by taking specific actions. In addition to condition Archilife Living Research Center as a shelter base or second office, future vertical migration preparation will be undertaken.