研究期間：10208~10307;Global Governance has recently become a popular catchphrase of international relations. Global environmental problems such as climate change, global warming and weather extremes cannot be fully solved by individual sovereign states and therefore calls for international environmental cooperation. This study examines the science-policy interaction process from Convention-Protocol approach and draws policy lessons in exploring climate change regime and climate change negotiations. More specifically, this study uses United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Kyoto Protocol, Copenhagen Accord and Cancun Agreements as the case study. It reviews the history of climate negotiations, develops analytical framework with institutional, interest-based and knowledge-based elements, and discusses the post-Kyoto scenarios by both key actors and critical issues. In the end, it applies global climate governance to Taiwan and suggests a set of policy options and approaches in shaping Taiwan’s perspectives on climate change governance.