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Conference Proceeding
EcoDesign 2015

Economic analysis of environmental policy asserts that the negative impact of economic activities on the environment constitutes an externality. Environmental policies are designed to deal with externalities either by internalizing environmental costs or imposing specific standards for environmental pollution. In this research we aim to clarify the...

Conference Proceeding

Stabilising Climate through Low Carbon Actions in Asia: Road to COP21 and Beyond

Conference Proceeding

Towards an equitable low carbon development - A science-policy dialogue for COP21

LCS-RNet 7th Annual Meeting
Conference Proceeding
Annual Conference of Japan Society of Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (JSEEPS)
Lee SangYeop
Yu Shim Jeong

This paper identifies barriers hindering implementation and investment by companies in low-carbon technologies (LCTs) for energy saving and greenhouse gas reduction, through a survey study targeting petrochemical industries in Korea. A total of 35 samples were analyzed by employing statistical analysis and ordered logistic regression. Out of this...

Conference Proceeding
ISIE 2015, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK; July 7th to 10th

Considering continuous economic growth in the region, developing Asian countries will face difficulty to maintain the existing recycling system, which relies on market-based transactions and a largely informal recycling market. Asian countries have started working on 3R related policy development and establishing a related institutional framework...

Conference Proceeding
USAID Adapt Asia-Pacific Third Annual Forum

Government officials from 21 countries across the Asia-Pacific region, along with development partners, met at the USAID Adapt Asia-Pacific Third Annual Forum on September 15-16, 2014 in Siem Reap, Cambodia, to promote regional cooperation and knowledge exchange on Strengthening Country Systems to Access and Manage Climate Change Adaptation Finance...