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Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Coastal Conservation
Author:
Thang Trung Nguyen
Anh Ngoc Thi Nguyen
Globally, mangroves have been promoted to protect the coastal ecosystems and human settlements against weather vagaries including climate change impacts. However, climate change can also affect the mangrove ecosystems, affecting their ability to mitigate losses and damages caused by climate change. Recognizing the need to understand the impact of...
Discussion Paper
Author:
India’s national government has offered strong support for the development of green hydrogen as part of the clean energy transition. However, much of the actual progress in this transition will depend on subnational governments. This paper argues India’s subnational governments have significant potential to capitalise on diverse natural resource...
Book Chapter
In Disaster Risk and Management under Climate Change
Equity and fairness have a high significance in Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation as it is evident that disasters affect communities differently depending on their developmental levels, and social status. Any public policy or intervention on disaster risk reduction deals with communities that are at different ‘starting lines’ in...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability Science
Author:
Augustin
Vaillant
Naoya
Abe
Different baseline endowments and circumstances among countries, including local events, have resulted in disparities in energy policy and status. Differences in energy status have caused countries to make various decisions, but with the implementation of grid interconnections, some countries elected to plan the development of their energy sector...
Peer-reviewed Article
In CLIMATE POLICY
Author:
Molly
K. White
Although developing countries have compiled greenhouse gas inventories (GHGI) for over 20 years, improving national GHGI capacity remains a priority under the Paris Agreement. However, a global assessment of GHGI capacity status and change over time has not yet been conducted. By developing a quantifiable GHGI capacity and quality indices based on...
Book Chapter
In Reducing Emissions of Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Perspectives on Law and Governance
This chapter aims to bring policy and institutional considerations to the center of work on Short-Lived Climate Pollutants (SLCPs). Its primary purpose is to suggest policy and institutional reforms needed for an integrated and inclusive slcp strategy in Asia. The chapter begins by setting the context with a review of the interrelated yet varying...
Technical Report
本レポートは、世界平均気温の上昇を産業革命前と比べて1.5℃以内に抑えるという目標の達成に向けて、2050年までにカーボンニュートラルを実現するだけではなく、累積排出量をできる限り小さくする観点から、日本国内で早期に大幅な温室効果ガス(GHG)排出量削減を果たす可能性を検討し、その実現のためのアクションプランをまとめたものである。 2024年4月2日更新 謝辞の追記、出典の追記、誤記の修正を行いました。 企業の方向けに使いやすく再構成した「 1.5℃ロードマップ - 脱炭素でチャンスをつかむ。未来をつくる。 」もご活用ください。
Technical Report
This report examines the feasibility of Japan not only achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, but also making significant reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, so as to make its cumulative emissions as small as possible, thereby contributing to the global goal of limiting the average temperature increase to below 1.5°C compared to the pre...
Report Chapter
In The Climate Technology Progress Report 2023
Author:
Marie Blanche
Ting
Hendrik
Larsen
Lucas
Somavilla
Pakarnas
Thinphanga
Understanding institutional settings and governance processes is critical to the effective delivery of climate technology solutions for low-carbon and climate-resilient development in Asian cities. Creating the appropriate enabling environment for the development and transfer of climate technologies becomes imperative in this context. This requires...
Technical Report
Author:
Fernanda
Alcobé
Richemond
Assié
Jasmin
Blessing,
Moussa
Diop
Lorenzo
Eguren
Carlos
Essus
Oscar Zarzo
Fuertes
Helena
Heuckmann
Carine
Ingabire
Mijako
Nierenkoether
Illari Zulema Aragon
Noriega
James Lwasa Fredrick
Ouma
Eleni
Patra
Mirella
Salvatore
Julie
Teng
Felipe Gómez
Villota
Karen Van Der Westhuizen
Westhuizen
Henning
Wuesterc
James
Vener
This paper aims to highlight the benefits that robust and self-sustained transparency systems can bring to governments, beyond fulfilling current and future reporting requirements under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (the Convention) and the Paris Agreement. It also aims to reach climate change policymakers and...