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Conference Paper
Hai Hoang
Qunag Van Tran
Citizens in Kitakyushu and Da Nang were surveyed. The provision of environmental information about Viet Nam, in particular, that regarding the Vietnamese people’s recognition of environmental issues in Da Nang, changed the views among Kitakyushu respondents regarding the most important areas of environmental cooperation and narrowed the gap between...
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Potential for Low Carbon Technology Transfer in Indian Investment Casting Units

Proceedings of the 20th Symposium Global Environment, 13-14 September 2012, Kyoto, Committee on Global Environment, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
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The ISWA World Solid Waste Congress 2012
Open dumping and landfilling are the two predominant waste disposal methods in Thailand. In 2009, only 23% of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) was separated for recycling. As far as on land disposal is concerned, it has been estimated that 47% of collected waste is being landfilled and 53% is being openly dumped. These simple MSW management methods are...
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Carbon Prices Affordable for the Companies in Northeast Asia – with the Republic of Korea and China as the Cases

The Korean Association of Public Finance
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20th Conference of the International Input-Output Association
Zhao Zhao
Minjun Shi
In 2005, the Chinese government set compulsory targets for energy-saving. The national target is a reduction of 20 percent energy consumption per unit of GDP by 2010 based on the level in 2005. The national target is disaggregated into provincial targets which range from 12 - 30 percent of reduction. This policy will have great influences on not...
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PERL 2nd International Conference, Berlin
As the UN Decade for Education for Sustainable Development (DESD) nears its end in 2014, the impact of education in attaining a more sustainable future and the scale of ESD’s implementation is a key issue. The challenge now is to measure the extent to which ESD has been implemented and to identify methods to further mainstream these important...