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Bijon Kumer MITRA

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Discussion Paper
Author:
Utpal
Bhattacharjee
Harun Or
Rashid
Focusing on the context of Bangladesh, this discussion paper explores the potential of agrivoltaics for unlocking co-benefits of clean energy, GHG reduction and better livelihood potentials in rural areas of Bangladesh. In alignment to the Government of Bangladesh’s vision for net-zero transition and established policies, the paper underlines the...
Conference Proceeding
Author:
Jon
Padgham
Indrajit
Pal
Sameer
Deshkar
Wijitbusaba
Marome
IGES in partnership with the START International, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT, Thailand), Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT, India) and Thammasat University (TU, Thailand) convened a learning and reflection workshop on climate and sustainable development actions in Asian city-regions (from 17-19 January 2024), to explore...
Commissioned Report
This publication explains the works that have been conducted under the commission work of MOEJ called "International Support through AP-PLAT (AP-PLATを通じた国際支援業務)". The work consisted of mainly four projects: 1) AP-PLAT Partner collaboration, 2) Capacity development programme on monitoring and evaluation tool, 3) Development of E-learning materials...
Commissioned Report
WEPA Fourth Phase Final Report
Recognizing that the improvement of water environmental governance is essential to solve water pollution problems in the Asian Region, the Water Environment Partnership in Asia (WEPA) was launched in 2004 by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. During the fourth phase of WEPA, which began in FY2019, the objective of WEPA’s fourth phase was...
Presentation
The 15th International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific
Considering the current shortfalls in timely realization of the targets set as per the UN-2030 Agenda, there is a genuine need for new approaches to integrate diverse policies and actions, in order to realize a more liveable, just and ecologically sustainable future. Correspondingly, CES has recently emerged as an integrated approach for...
Presentation
Author:
Juan
M. Pulhin
Catherine
Anders
Indrajit
Pal
Kullanan
Sukwanchai
Hendricus Andy
Simarmata
Ova Candra
Dewi
IGES and Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) conducted the Regional-CES Scoping Project to assess the potential of promoting the Regional-CES concept in Asia. The scoping project organised workshops to engage key national and local stakeholders in the Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia in order to promote the Regional-CES concept...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Environment and Urbanization ASIA
Author:
C.L.
Dinh
Rajarshi
Dasgupta
S.T.P.
Phu
This study evaluates the gaps between urban and rural linkages within the corridor of Hoi An city and suggests potential solutions utilizing the circulating and ecological sphere principles for further strengthening these linkages and gradually promoting sustainable development of the city and surrounding area. A face-to-face interview method and...
Commissioned Report
IGES and Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) conducted the Regional-CES Scoping Project to assess the potential of promoting the Regional-CES concept in Asia. The scoping project organised workshops to engage key national and local stakeholders in the Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia. This is the commissioned report summarising...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability
Author:
Priyanka
Mitra
Yanwu
Zhang
Rajib
Shaw
The expansion of the online food services (collectively referred to as ‘OFS’) sector has been accelerating at high rates worldwide over the last few years. This sector is widely acknowledged, especially by urban consumers, for making life more convenient. During the strict lockdown following the breakout of the COVID-19 pandemic, the OFS sector saw...
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Updated: August 2022

Global Climate and SDG Synergy Conference

Calling for an integrative approach: Climate, SDGs and biodiversity Serious concerns were underlined at the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) regarding the current NDC targets