Dr.
Mark ELDER

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Issue Brief
地球規模で進む気候変動は、気象の激甚化、そして洪水や干ばつなどの自然災害を世界各地で引き起こし、新たな人道危機を生み出している。すでに社会基盤が脆弱化している紛争下の人々にとって、気候変動はリスクを増幅させる要因にもなっている。気候変動の負の影響が人類の発展や国際政治・経済の安定を阻むこの気候危機とも呼ばれる状況は、「気候安全保障」という視点から捉えることができる。人間の安全保障を掲げて開発援助に注力する日本にとって、気候危機下の人道支援の現状を分析・評価することは、今後の外交政策を展望する上で必須の課題だと言えるだろう。 気候安全保障は「日本国内に直接生じる安全保障リスク」と「日本国外で生じる安全保障リスクから波及して生じる日本の安全保障リスク」の2つに分類できる。本稿では...
Conference Proceeding
On 8 December 2023, the COP28 Japan Pavilion side event “Accelerating International Collaboration towards a Net-zero and Resilient ASEAN” was organised by the ASEAN Secretariat and the Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ), inviting ASEAN Member State (AMS) representatives, youth, and a European research organisation, and had a panel discussion...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Global Sustainability
Author:
Thomas
Hickmann
Frank
Biermann
Carole-Anne
Sénit
Yixian
Sun
Magdalena
Bexell
Mitzi
Bolton
Basil
Bornemann
Jecel
Censoro
Aurelia
Charles
Dominique
Coy
Frederik
Dahlmann
Felicitas
Fritzche
Thiago Gehre
Galvo
Jarrod
Graninger-Brown
Christina
Inoue
Kristina
Jönsson
Montserrat
Koloffon Rosas
Kerstin
Krellenberg
Enayat
Moallemi
Ivonne
Lobos Alva
Shirin
Malekpour
Dianty
Ningrum
Aneliya
Paneva
Lena
Partzsch
Rodrigo
Ramiro
Rob
Raven
Eszter
Szedlacsek
John
Thompson
Melanie
van Driel
Jéssica
Viani Damasceno
Robert
Webb
Sabine
Weiland
A recent meta-analysis on the political impact of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has shown that these global goals are moving political processes forward only incrementally, with much variation across countries, sectors, and governance levels. Consequently, the realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development remains uncertain...
Commentary (Op. Ed)
IISD SDG Knowledge Hub
Author:
Rannveig Edda
Hjaltadottir
Dolores
Modic
The sustainability transition requires transformative systemic change, shifting away from mass production and consumption towards the dematerialization of production processes and maximizing the value and longevity of materials and products. Bold leadership is needed to move towards a new economic and social system that decouples economic...
Technical Report
本レポートは、世界平均気温の上昇を産業革命前と比べて1.5℃以内に抑えるという目標の達成に向けて、2050年までにカーボンニュートラルを実現するだけではなく、累積排出量をできる限り小さくする観点から、日本国内で早期に大幅な温室効果ガス(GHG)排出量削減を果たす可能性を検討し、その実現のためのアクションプランをまとめたものである。 2024年4月2日更新 謝辞の追記、出典の追記、誤記の修正を行いました。 企業の方向けに使いやすく再構成した「 1.5℃ロードマップ - 脱炭素でチャンスをつかむ。未来をつくる。 」もご活用ください。
Technical Report
This report examines the feasibility of Japan not only achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, but also making significant reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, so as to make its cumulative emissions as small as possible, thereby contributing to the global goal of limiting the average temperature increase to below 1.5°C compared to the pre...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability
Author:
Elli
Newman
Monitoring Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has mainly focused on levels of achievement of targets and indicators, but few studies have examined policies and implementation efforts systematically. The Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) has called for more monitoring of policy efforts, which is necessary to understand why overall...
Report Chapter
In Sixth ASEAN State of the Environment Report
• Climate change is already causing serious negative impacts in the region. In the future, extreme weather and sea level rise will cause mounting economic costs in terms of damage to health, infrastructure, and food security. • ASEAN Member States (AMS) have a variety of policies and responses to climate change adaptation and disaster risk...
Report Chapter
In Sixth ASEAN State of the Environment Report
Author:
• The drivers of resource consumption are population growth and economic development, leading to unsustainable consumption and production in the ASEAN region. • Increased consumption will lead to higher material extraction and processing. The current model of resource consumption has a linear flow (production→consumption→waste) and will lead to...
Report Chapter
In Sixth ASEAN State of the Environment Report
As the nature of environmental issues is constantly changing, the development of the Sixth ASEAN State of the Environment Report (SOER6) is pivotal to equipping the ASEAN Member States (AMS) with up-to-date information on the status and trends of the region’s environment. SOER6 has several new elements. It assesses the progress and contribution...
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