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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...

Discussion Paper

日本政府は「環境未来都市」構想において、環境・社会・経済について持続可能な地方自治体・地域を選定し、具体的な取組みを推進するなかで、SDGsと同様に統合的アプローチを重視する一方、トップランナーの更なる育成を目的としていたため、エネルギー(ゴール7)、都市(ゴール11)に関する取組みが多く、貧困(ゴール1)、ジェンダー(ゴール5)、不平等(ゴール10)のように直接的な関わりのないゴールが存在する。これらの政策課題については、SDGsの要素を取り込むことによって、異分野が連携できるプラットフォームが用意され、これまで関係が薄かった部局との連携が実現し、個々の課題が統合的に取り組まれることで、複数の課題が同時解決へ向かうといった相乗効果が期待できる。さらに、環境未来都市のなかには...

Discussion Paper

The “FutureCity” initiative promoted an integrated approach and also developed “top runner” municipalities as the best practices on specific common urban issues that can be rolled out across Japan. Major issues were “Energy” (Goal 7) and “Cities” (Goal 11), but not “Poverty” (Goal 1), “Gender equality” (Goal 5), or “Reduced inequalities” (Goal 10)...

Training or Learning Material

Cities contribute more than 70% of global greenhouse gas emissions; therefore, low-carbon city development needs to be enhanced for achieving the “2 degree Celsius target” of the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Appropriate policies and measures at both national and local levels need to be implemented for mobilizing...

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To promote measures against global warming based on the Paris Agreement, and to ensure transition to decarbonised societies, it is important to link long-term targets/strategies with short- or mid-term concrete policy targets. As of August 2017, 155 “Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)” were submitted to UNFCCC (from 182 countries). In 2015...

Conference Paper
Proceeding of The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Author:
Russ Bona
Frazila
Febri
Zukhruf
Jongga
Jihanny
Kardina
Nawassa

The benefits of walking have recently inspired considerable research on the
relationships between pedestrian choices and numerous built environment factors. These
relationships are then elaborated using walkability indices for the meso- the micro-levels.
Despite important advances in micro-level research, the walkability concept is based chiefly
on...

Discussion Paper
Author:
Bambang
Haryono
Mochamad
Farhan
Muhammad Luthfi Eko
Nugroho
Maryono
Satria
Utama
Hadiyanto
Tomoki
Ehara
Kazuya
Fujiwara

Following up the Presidential Regulation 61/2011 and 71/2011, Semarang City as one of the cities in Indonesia has a liability in the GHG reduction activities. This research on the low carbon society (LCS) scenario for Semarang City are carried out aiming to contribu-tion to promoting climate change actions and policies in the city. This study is...

Peer-reviewed Article
In 環境情報科学 学術研究論文集

本論の目的は,インドネシアの気候変動緩和対策の現状を明らかにし,また,その実施上の課題を明確化することである。特に政権交代後の政策面や組織・調整面の動向に着目し,潜在的な課題・阻害要因につき,インタビュー調査や文献調査により検討を行う。その結果,関係ステークホルダー間の連携や調整の強化,緩和計画などの政策面の強化が今後の緩和対策実施上の課題として確認された。

Annual Report

2016年度(2016年4月~2017年6月)におけるIGESの研究活動の概要をまとめた年報。IGESが分野横断的かつ実践的に取り組みを進めるパリ協定と持続可能な開発目標(SDGs)の実施を促す研究活動の進捗を紹介するほか、各研究領域(気候変動とエネルギー、持続可能な消費と生産、自然資源・生態系サービス、グリーン経済、持続可能な社会のための政策統合)、各研究活動拠点・連携組織の主な活動、アジア太平洋地域の重要な政策課題について意見交換を行うIGES主催による年次国際フォーラムの報告等を掲載している。

Annual Report

This Annual Report covers the highlights of IGES research activities in FY2016 from April 2016 to June 2017. Featuring cross-cutting and practical research activities to promote the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it reports on the major activities in each research area (climate and energy...