An initiative of the European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan
The ECCT started the Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) to showcase the best European low carbon solutions and practices across a broad range of industries, to raise awareness about sustainable development and promote the adoption of low carbon solutions in order to help Taiwan to reduce its carbon emissions.
The LCI is endorsed and sponsored by companies and institutions that are members of the ECCT. LCI members have contributed to cover the costs of a small project office, the official launch of the LCI, which took the form of an Exhibition & Conference on 12 June 2012, and other project-based activities. Members have also committed their expertise to create a communication platform to exchange best practices and experiences with all stakeholders. Membership of the LCI is open to any member of the ECCT that is willing to endorse the project in a pecuniary or non-pecuniary way.
The LCI arranges workshops, seminars and conferences aimed at sharing information, facilitating dialogue, promoting and implementing the best practices to achieve a low carbon society. Programmes are designed to attract the widest possible participation by corporations, government and non-governmental organizations and the general public.
LCI Steering Committee
The LCI is overseen by the LCI Steering Committee which ensures that all LCI activities are subject to the ECCT's ethical and procedural standards. The steering committee includes the ECCT CEO, LCI Director, and four steering committee members who are chosen from among the LCI members.
The LCI 2019 Steering Committee Members are (in alphabetical order):
The Low Carbon Initiative was founded by members from private enterprises, government and other institutions. Each LCI member is privileged to join and speak at the LCI programmes and activities under the 3 platforms within the six categories. Enquiries about joining the LCI should be made to LCI Director, Ms. Sammy Su at firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 LCI Member Companies (in alphabetical order):