Archilife Living Special Team Conferences
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With the global climate change showing a trend of turbulence and frequent occurrences of extreme weather events such as heat, floods, droughts, etc., and with the COVID-19 pandemic raging around the world, the normal operations of humanities and societies have been subject to serious impacts. In view of the various challenges confronting human life, the Archilife Living Special Team periodically held special team conferences in 2020 to discuss and formulate coping plans focusing on related issues. The Archilife Living Special Team is led by Professor Su Ching-hua, with Ms. Cheng Wei-ning as the team leader. The members include: Ms. Tang Shu-chen, Mr. Chung Cheng-hsin, Mr. Tsai Kun-hsien, Mr. Luo Yang-ching, Mr. Gao Chuan-chi, Mr. Day Yeong-tyi, Mr. Lin De-en, Mr. Wang Wen-an, Mr. Liu Ding-chyu, Mr. Chen Tai-an, etc. The discussion results in various stages are explained below:
From January 3 to June 23, 2020, special team conferences for the first half of 2020 were held to formulate climate change and disaster related strategies. The specific discussion results include: analyzing climate change and disaster types and impacts on the world and Taiwan; constructing various disaster pre-warning indicators and warning mechanism; formulating plans to enhance the efficiency of planting towers, setting up the germplasm bank and indoor hydroponic cultivation system to ensure a stable supply of food during the evacuation period; designing the symbiotic emergency evacuation bag to maintain the basic needs of life during sudden disaster occurrence; planning camp training courses intended to enhance Archilife members’ ability to survival in the wild.
From July 2 to December 30, 2020, special team conferences for the second half of 2020 were held to formulate vertical migration Snowy Mountain Range related planning. The specific discussion results include: analyzing Snowy Mountain Range’s climate characteristics, geographical conditions, ecological environment, humanities, history, etc.; constructing assessment indicators for the vertical migration base. Additionally, in response to COVID-19 pandemic that has altered the existing human way of life, after inspecting its impact level on all aspects of life, the “Preliminary study on the new life under the symbiotic ecology” project report was formulated and proposed, which shall serve as an important reference for adopting emergency response measures for coping with the epidemic situation in the future.
In view of the treacherous and ever-changing future, Archilife hopes the Living Special Team will continue to show concern to various issues affecting the survival of the human race, actively formulate response plans for seeking survival, making a living and extending life, thereby implementing them as specific action. Hopefully, a sustainable future will be built for the human ethnic groups.