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Conference Proceeding
International Water Association 1st Specialist Conference on Municipal Water Management and Sanitation in Developing Countiries

Water is an essential and valuable resource for Asian countries, both for daily existence and economic development. However, water degradation is now very apparent, caused by population increase, urbanisation, and economic growth in the region. The Asian region has transboundary water resources, so a regional approach to water quality management is...

Conference Proceeding

ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN ASIA

Nexus Observatory Workshop on “Water-Wastewater-Soil Nexus in Asia, 11th-12th December 2014 in Hayama, Japan
Presentation

Governance and management of groundwater dependent agrarian socio - ecologies (GDASE) for improving resilience of smallholder farmers

Managing Smallholder Groundwater Workshop on Dependent Agrarian Socio - ecologies using Ecosystem Service and Resilience Based Approach, 04 - 07 November, 2014, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Conference Proceeding

2030年における国内鉄鋼部門のCO2排出削減ポテンシャル評価 ~電炉に頼らない排出削減の可能性について~

19th annual meeting of the Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies
Discussion Paper
Author:
Jusen
ASUKA
Hanna
FEKETE
Niklas
HÖHNE

This paper assessed Japan’s “fair” carbon budget consistent with the 2 °C target between 1990 and 2100 under three frequently referred effort-sharing approaches: Converging Per Capita Emissions (CPE); Common but Differentiated Convergence (CDC); and Greenhouse Development Rights (GDRs), as well as the consequent GHG emission pathways up to 2100 for...

Book Chapter
In Climate Change and Water Resources (Sangam Shrestha, Mukand S. Babel, Vishnu Prasad Pandey (Edt))
Author:
Sangam
SHRESTHA

Climate change is already a prominent issue during water-related negotiations or discussions such as water forums, conferences, or dialogues. But the same cannot be claimed in the case of climate change negotiations, where water issues are encountered intermittently or find their space in ex-post
discussions, directly or indirectly. However...