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Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability Science
Author:
Chitresh
Saraswat
Binaya Kumar
Mishra
The goal of ensuring water availability and sustainable management of water for all by 2030 is one of the top priorities of the UN-SDGs. The fragile institutional capabilities induce the transitioning towards the sustainable urban water paradigm to accommodate the complexities and uncertainties. This research methodically draws sustainable water...
Presentation
Workshop on Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) and Opportunities of Transferring Low-Carbon Technology for Enterprises
Outline of this prepsentation includes: - An overview on the status of the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) implementation among 17 JCM partner countries. - Introduction of JCM financing programmes funded by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan - Sharing experience on the JCM project development, requirements and benefits of applying for the JCM...
Book Chapter
In ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN ASIA: PROGRESS, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
The main purposes of this book chapter are: (i) to review the existing regulatory and policy framework for low-carbon development in Vietnam; (ii) to provide an overview of the JCM, its implementation progress in partner countries with special focus on Vietnam, and to discuss how the JCM could facilitate low-carbon technology transfer and...
Presentation
Tenth Annual Meeting of the Integrated Assessment Modeling Consortium (IAMC)
Author:
Masahiro
SUGIYAMA
Hiroto
SHIRAKI
A tool was developed to serve a two-fold purpose: gathering of scenario data from integrated assessment models (IAMs) into a consistent dataset, and straightforward visualization of key data from multiple models. The approach adopted in the development of the tool can be potentially applied to any IAM MIP that follows the IAMC data submission...
Conference Proceeding
IPBES visioning workshop
Author:
C.J.
Lundquist
H. M.
Pereira
R.
Alkemade
E.
den Belder
S. Carvalho
Ribeiro
K.
Davies
A.
Greenaway
J.
Hauck
S.
Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen
H.
Kim
N.
King
T.
Lazarova
L.
Pereira
G.
Peterson
F.
Ravera
T.
van den Brink
A.
Argumedo
C.
Arida
D.
Armenteras
A.G.
Ausseil
B.
Baptiste
J.
Belanger
K.
Bingham
A.
Bowden-Kerby
M.
Cao
J.
Carino
P.A.
Van Damme
R.
Devivo
F.
Dickson
J.P.
Dushimumuremyi
S.
Ferrier
A.
Flores-Díaz
M.
Foley
J.
Garcia Marquez
P.
Giraldo-Perez
S.
Greenhaigh
D.J.
Hamilton
P.
Hardison
G.
Hicks
K.
Hughey
R.
Kahui-McConnell
G.
Karuri-Sebina
M.
De Kock
P.
Leadley
F.
Lemaitre
E.
Maltseva
C.A.
de Mattos Scaramuzza
M.
Metwally
W.
Nelson
H.
Ngo
C.
Neumann
C.
Norrie
J.
Perry
R.
Quintana
V.E.
Rodriguez Osuna
C.
Roehrl
J.
Seager
H.
Sharpe
T.
Shortland
P.
Shulbaeva
U.R.
Sumaila
N.
Titeux
S.
Tiwari
C.
Trisos
A.
Ursache
A.
Wheatley
D.
Wilson
S.
Wood
E.
van Wyk
T.X.
Yue
D.
Zulfikar
M.
Brake
D.
Leigh
P.
Lindgren-Streicher
The report presents the process in, and outputs from an IPBES visioning workshop, entitled "Visions for nature and nature's contributions to people for the 21st century" held in September 2017, which well captures the contributions from participants in the breakout groups and plenaries.
Fact Sheet
Co-benefits are the multiple benefits of actions that mitigate cli-mate change while addressing other development priorities. Many cities in Asia have potential to achieve co-benefits. Howev-er, urban policymakers often lack concrete demonstrations over which actions can maximize co-benefits. Since 2015, the Institute for Global Environmental...
Technical Report

Feasibility Study Report Potential Application of Japanese Compressed Air system at Eagle Fiber Pvt. Ltd.

Author:
Chetankumar
Sangole (TERI)
This report is related to the feasibility study on the potential application of Japanese low carbon technologies, namely compressed air system was conducted on November 15, 2017 at Eagle Fiber Pvt. Ltd. at Surat, Gujarat in India.
Presentation
GCF Capacity-Building Workshop and Expert-led Exchange
The presentation was given at a training program organized by Green Climate Fund (GCF) on 6-8 December 2017, Holiday Inn, Songdo, South Korea. The training was designed to assist the Country Programming Division (CPD) of the GCF to deepen their understanding of the strategies and approaches to enhance the engagement of countries, entities, and...
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Working Paper
SEPLS generally require high levels of management by humans in order to maintain a sustainable production system that provides for human well-being. Thus their ecosystems are dominated by human activities, including traditional and local practices as well as modern production methods. These activities are considered means of livelihood, as they...
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