Dr.
Mustafa MOINUDDIN

Former Staff (from Oct 2012 - Mar 2024 )
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Discussion Paper
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India’s national government has offered strong support for the development of green hydrogen as part of the clean energy transition. However, much of the actual progress in this transition will depend on subnational governments. This paper argues India’s subnational governments have significant potential to capitalise on diverse natural resource...
Book Chapter
In Hydrogen in Decarbonization Strategies in Asia and the Pacific
This chapter explores the interest in hydrogen adoption across Asian countries for achieving net-zero goals, with a particular focus on Japan's prominent role. While Japan has taken strides in hydrogen initiatives, the extent to which its strategy aligns with ambitious climate targets remains uncertain. The chapter emphasises the importance of...
Book Chapter
In Interlinkages Between the Sustainable Development Goals
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) broadly cover the social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. Achieving one target will affect the achievement of others through their intrinsic linkages, either positively or negatively. Achieving the SDGs requires an integrated approach. Existing knowledge on SDG...
Presentation
International Studies Association (ISA) Asia-Pacific Region 2023 Conference: Global Role of Asia-Indo Pacific in International Relations: Anthropocene, Peace and Security.
Presentation made at the International Studies Association (ISA) Asia-Pacific Region 2023 Conference: Global Role of Asia-Indo Pacific in International Relations: Anthropocene, Peace and Security. 8-10 August 2023, WasedaUniversity, Tokyo, Japan.
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Presentation
2023 High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) Side Event "Reviving the Decade of Action: Exploring Interlinkages and Partnerships in Water, Energy, Sustainable Production and Cities"
This presentation emphasises the importance and ways of harnessing the SDG synergies in the post-pandemic recovery to accelerate the achievement of the SDGs related to water, energy, sustainable infrastructure, industrial development, and sustainable cities. Understanding the interlinkages between the SDGs is crucial for taking an integrated...
Working Paper
ADBI Working Paper Series
Japan has adopted several policies that signal its intent to rely on hydrogen to achieve net-zero climate goals. However, many of those same policies are unclear about its support for a transition to green hydrogen. Relying on gray and blue hydrogen without a transition to green hydrogen will harm the climate. It will also result in several other...
Presentation
World Symposium of Climate Change and Sustainable Development Centres
This presentation shares work in progress on "spillovers" to table the important discussion that most countries that perform well on the SDGs do so because they have been able to displace negative environmental impacts of their progress to other less developed countries. In that sense, the good performance is based on an incomplete evaluation that...
Policy Brief
T7/G7 Task Force 2 Wellbeing, Environmental Sustainability, and Just Transition Policy Brief
Author:
Jakob
Dirksen
Nabaghan
Ojha
Sumbal
Javed
Rolla
Moumné
Gabriela
Rigoni
Satoko
Yano
Katharina
Lima de Miranda
José
Stracquadaini
Aamer
Ikram
Integrating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into climate actions is essential for a healthy planet and people. Yet, national climate policies and international climate support programs often fail to explicitly recognize the interconnections between climate concerns and other priorities covered under the SDGs. This failure can leave key...
Policy Brief
Author:
Akio
Takemoto
Upalat
Korwatanasakul
Mahesti
Okitasari
Siddharth
Goel
Tom
Moerenhout
Kapil
Narula
Radia
Sedaoui
T7 Policy brief: Task Force on Wellbeing, Environmental Sustainability, and Just Transition As the world’s most developed economies, the Group of Seven (G7) countries play a crucial role in leading the transition to net-zero, which necessitates the use of critical minerals (CMs) in various clean energy applications. However, the growing demand for...
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