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Knowledge-Exchange Webinar Series 1

Assessing the Climate and Sustainable Development Impacts of Projects and Policies

The close links between the climate change and the sustainable development agendas have led to growing demands for tools that can assess the multiple benefits of climate projects and policies. These linkages also open opportunities to bring...
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COP26 Side Event

Roles of multi-stakeholders towards subnational decarbonization

As the world accelerates its efforts to achieve a decarbonised society, there is a growing interest in how cities, as the foundation for society and economy, are tackling climate change. This side-event aimed to boost the work done by cities in...
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COP26 Side Event

International Forum on City-Wide Climate Crisis Response and Technology Sharing

Climate change has risen to the top of the international policy agenda and the phenomenon of global climate change has heightened the importance of science and technological innovation to achieve sustainable development goals. It will be critical to

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COP26 Side Event

Leading efforts towards achievement of zero carbon cities

To achieve a decarbonized society, it is essential to promote subnational initiatives. It is also important not only to raise targets in cities, but also to implement effective and continuous actions. In Japan, the national government and local...
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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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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