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Working Paper
This paper assesses the potential for improving the CO2 intensity of Japan’s electricity sector—the units of carbon dioxide emitted per units of electricity generated—by examining the potential for the feasibility of restarting nuclear power plants and increasing renewable electricity generation by 2030. The analysis shows that, utilizing these two...
Working Paper
This is the summary of a working paper to strengthen linkage between UNFCCC and Cities for transformative actions. In order to accomplish 2-degree Celsius target, national target and local climate change actions should be linked. UNFCCC/COP needs a mechanism linking the mid-term national vision, and climate change actions by the Non-State Actor...
Working Paper
On 17 July 2015, the Japanese government unveiled its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 26% below FY 2013 levels by FY 2030 (25.4% reduction below FY 2005 levels). The government also approved the outlook for long-term energy supply and demand, which stipulates that in 2030 the share...
環境経済・政策学会 SEEPS
1.TNAの課題に関する分析調査の背景 • 技術ニーズ評価(TNA)とは 2.調査方法 3.調査結果 • TNAの実施方法(方法論の理解度に関する課題) • TNAの実施体制(技術選定プロセスに関する課題) • TNA実施後の対応(結果の周知、技術移転の実施 に関する課題) 4. 結論:TNAの改善案
Conference Paper
要旨 1.はじめに 2001年の国連気候変動枠組条約(UNFCCC)第7回締約国会議(COP7)にて、途上国において技術ニーズ評価(TNA)を行うことが決定した。2009年から開始した「第一期グローバルTNA」では、地球環境ファシリティ(GEF)の資金提供により国連環境計画(UNEP)が主導し、2013年までに36カ国におけるTNAが実施された。2012年COP18では、途上国の技術ニーズに応えるため、気候技術センター・ネットワーク(CTCN)と呼ばれる仕組みが設立された。CTCNはUNFCCCの下で気候変動対策に資する技術移転を促進するための国際メカニズムであり、国連環境計画(UNEP)を中心に13の機関によって運営されている。一方...
Commissioned Report
Based on the study conducted in 8 countries in Asia, this report identifies challenges and barriers in conducting, implementing the Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) and Technology Action Plan (TAP). This Technology Needs Assessment Analysis (TNA) Study was commissioned by the United Nations Environment Programme Regional Office for Asia Pacific...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Climate Policy
This article assesses Japan’s carbon budgets up to 2100 in the global efforts to achieve the 2 8C target under different effortsharing approaches based on long-term GHG mitigation scenarios published in 13 studies. The article also presents exemplary emission trajectories for Japan to stay within the calculated budget. The literature data allow for...