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Peer-reviewed Article
In Korean Society

This research paper investigates the question of how governmental capacities can be better enacted to promote Sustainable Consumption under the Low Carbon Green Growth strategy in the Republic of Korea. It examines the strategies of the national government towards sustainability in 2010-2011 based on its Green Growth focus. The findings demonstrate...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Energy Policy

In this paper we pointed out a hidden inequality in accounting for trade-related emissions in the presence of border carbon adjustment. Under a domestic carbon pricing policy, producers pay for the carbon costs in exchange for the right to emit. Under border carbon adjustment, however, the exporting country pays for the carbon costs of their...

Presentation

上海市レジリエントシティの構築に向けた公共教育と意識調査研究

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Book Chapter

한국의 생태 담론과 실천

In 환경운동과 생활세계 Korean Environmental Sociology II

This chapter explores political implication of ecological concerns and practices in Korea.

Book Chapter

녹색소비, 지속가능소비, 지속가능한 생활

In 환경운동과 생활세계 Korean Environmental Sociology II

The chapter explains practices of sustainable lifestyle for sustainable development.

Commissioned Report
Author:
Theng Lee Chong
Li Jinhui
Piya
WANPEN
Prasad
MODAK

Due to a rapid increase in waste generation in Asia, recycling businesses are increasing their already significant contribution to sustainable solid waste management. At the same time, improper practices of recycling businesses can also generate serious health and environmental impacts. There is therefore a clear need to promote the scaling up of...

Book Chapter

中日水汚染物総量控制研究

Presentation
2013 International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific (ISAP)
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The Kyoto Protocol required only developed countries to reduce their emissions but did not require developing countries to do so, and this created an asymmetric condition for developed and developing countries to implement domestic climate policies. Implementing a domestic climate policy in developed countries, such as an emission trading system or...

Peer-reviewed Article
In 21st Conference of International Input-Output Association

From 1971 to 2010, world trade grew fast by 10% per year on average (World Trade Organization 2011). The rapid growth of international trade contributes not only national economic growth but also increasing environmental pressures, such as raw material extraction and depletion, carbon emissions, water resource deterioration and landscape change and...