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Side-event at APCW 2023

Shaping ‘Climate Security’ in Asia-Pacific

Climate security is an emerging concept that underlines the critical importance of addressing climate change issues in the context of security. This session rolls out the IGES’s new initiative aiming to explore climate security in the Asia-Pacific...
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HLPF 2023 Official Side Event

Translating Evidence to Action on Climate and SDGs Synergies in Asia and Beyond

The urgent need to address the climate, biodiversity and pollution crises have focused attention on solutions that leverage synergies across multiple issues. Such solutions can be more cost-effective than single-issue interventions, overcoming...
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SB58 Side Event

Regional GST: Impacts, Challenges and Opportunities

The collectiveness of the Global Stocktake (GST) is about inclusivity and collaboration in assessing global climate action efforts and monitoring progress towards the goals of the Paris Agreement. The webinar explored the increasing...
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Climate & Energy Webinar Series

IGES Perspective on the G7 Hiroshima Summit Outcomes

While re-confirming their commitment towards the 1.5°C goal of the Paris Agreement, the G7 Hiroshima Leaders' Communiqué did not include new and specific targets or actions to achieve that goal. On the other hand, it emphasised the need for "various
Past Event

Japan-India EV Investment Round Table

With electric vehicle (EV) sales on the rise and climate action accelerating, decarbonisation of the transport sector is set to be a central issue on the 2023 global climate change agenda. The Government of India has already pledged 30% of all new...
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APFSD Side Event

Actions to Harnessing Synergies between the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals: Enhancing City to City Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region

While most of the Asia Pacific region is not on track to achieve the Paris Agreement and SDGs, maximizing synergies between climate actions and the SDGs could help accelerate progress. The potential for synergies is particularly great in cities. In f