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International Workshop

Building Resilience to the Risk of Compound and Cascading Disasters in the Context of Climate Change - Launch of the New e-learning Course on AP-PLAT

During this era that is defined by the climate crisis, we see a deepening risk of natural disasters in every corner of the world. The Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ), along with IGES, has developed the e-learning course "Building...
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NIE-IGES Workshop

Innovation from nature • Innovation for nature

Technological development has changed and improved many aspects of our lives, including the way we conserve nature and its biodiversity. Meanwhile, nature itself is also the source of an increasing amount of technological innovation. In this...
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Fostering 1.5 Degrees Lifestyles With Urban Partnerships

Recent studies such as the 1.5-Degree Lifestyles report illustrate the scale of the sustainable living challenge: the need for reductions of over 80 per cent in GHGs by 2050 from today’s intensity of lifestyles. This research proposes that we need...
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HLPF2021 Side Event

Healthy Planet, Healthy People: Role of the Satoyama Initiative for Green and Blue Recovery

In line with the key theme of the 2021 HLPF, this side event will highlight the role of socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes (SEPLS) under the Satoyama Initiative in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as well as its...
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Climate & Energy Webinar Series

Prospects for US Climate Policy in the Biden Administration

Following Prime Minister Suga's declaration in October last year that "Japan will go carbon neutral by 2050", the private sector and local governments have been accelerating their efforts to decarbonise. Outside of Japan, many countries including the