Archilife Living Special Team Conferences
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With accelerating global climate change, not only have extreme climate events been reported in all parts of the world, but also the ecological environment has been subject to strong impacts. In particular, COVID-19 that has raged on for years has seriously affected our way of life. In view of humanity’s increasingly challenging survival, the Archilife Living Special Team specially convened conferences in 2021 on human survival related issues where extensive discussions were held and coping plans were formulated. 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 8 to June 25, 2021, special team conferences for the first half of 2021 were held to formulate living plans for coping with intensifying climate change and ecological change. The specific discussion results included: An analysis on the trend of global climate change and various types of disasters that arise, intensities of events, and the scope of impact. Then, based on the analysis results in such aspects as water conservation, tree protection, symbiotic cycle, etc., living plans for seeking survival were formulated. From the aspects of symbiotic value, digital livelihood, etc., living plans for making a living were formulated. From the aspects of shared ancestors, spiritual civilization, etc., living plans for extending life were formulated.
From July 2 to December 29, 2021, special team conferences for the second half of 2021 were held. From the perspectives of seeking survival, making a living, and extending life, the essentials of symbiotic communities were formulated. The procedures and steps were constructed, hoping to cope with disaster risks arising from climate change. The specific discussion results included: symbiotic environment, healthy living, and other aspects. The symbiotic community plans and construction procedures were developed. From the perspectives of digital livelihood, symbiotic business opportunities, etc., the symbiotic communities’ digital livelihood strategies were devised. From the perspectives of symbiotic education, social transformation, etc., a sustainable management models for symbiotic communities was constructed.
Looking ahead, the ARF expects the Archilife Living Special Team to continue improving the connotations of various living plans, based on which symbiotic communities capable of coping with various disaster risks can be built. They shall serve as the best plans for seeking survival, making a living, and extending life under the impact of accelerating climate change caused by drastic changes in the ecological environment, thereby laying the foundation for the sustainable future of the human race.