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Commissioned Report
Author:
悠子
元木
本業務では、途上国のNDC実施支援を行うとともに、各国の市場の状況等を踏まえ、途上国における新たな制度や規制の構築や既存制度の改善に寄与すること等を通じて、JCMを活用した優れた脱炭素・低炭素技術の展開及びJCMプロジェクトを契機とした横展開や普及拡大をさらに強化することを目的として、以下の4つの事業を行った。 本報告書はその成果についてとりまとめたものである。 (1)途上国及び都市におけるNDC策定支援 (2)途上国等における優れた脱炭素・低炭素技術の普及展開に向けた制度構築支援 (3)環境インフラ国別戦略(緩和)の策定支援 (4)業務成果の広報活動
Book Chapter
In Sustainability and the Automobile Industry in Asia Policy and Governance
More and more researchers are working with cities on innovative responses to climate change. Many of these efforts involve purposive experimentation. These experiments entail collaboration between researchers and policymakers in efforts to introduce small-scale initiatives that open opportunities for large-scale transformations. The promise of...
Discussion Paper
Author:
Vera Revina Sari
Andono Warih
Erni P Fitratunnisa
Susi Andraiani
Retno G Dewi
Ucok Siagian
Iwan Hendrawan
Gissa N Sevie
Darsilawati
Indonesia begins to prepare a long-term GHG emissions reduction target (2050), which is commonly called Long Term Strategy (LTS). In line with this National LTS, DKI Jakarta is preparing its Provincial LTS aiming to establish the Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) for achieving the Low Carbon Society (LCS). In conjunction with this DKI Jakarta...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Proceeding of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Author:
Asep
Sofyan
N.T.K. Oanh
D.A.Permadi
P. Lestari
H.S.Huboyo
W.Handayani
Transformative actions on climate change and other sustainability issues at city level is important to achieve GHG emission reduction. To anchor transformative actions, a wider societal consensus building based on science policy process is key element. This paper explores process to prioritize policies and detail actions of selected policy on low...
Commissioned Report
Author:
R.L.
Kaswanto
H.S.
Arifin
N
Arifin
A.
Munandar
M.
Muchtar
Following the 2015 Paris Agreement, Indonesia joined a growing list of countries pledging to mitigate its greenhouse gases (GHGs) in a nationally determined contribution (NDC). Whether Indonesia will be able to achieve its proposed NDC reduction target of 29 percent (against a 2020 baseline) by 2030 will hinge on how effectively governments at...