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Current Status and Future Perspective of Waste Separation and 3Rs in Indonesia

The 16th Expert Meeting on Solid Waste Management in Asia and Pacific Islands

The presentation on current status and future perspective of waste separation and 3Rs in Indonesia as well as financial issues of waste treatment business was introduced in the 16th Expert Meeting on Solid Waste Management in Asia and Pacific Islands, Session 2 "Waste separation and 3Rs".

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Second CCET National/City-level Workshops for Finalising Waste Management Strategies in Myanmar

This presentation, delivered at Myanmar's Second National/City-level Workshops for Finalising Waste Management Strategies in Myanmar, held 5-6 and 8 December in Yangon and Mandalay City, respectively, outlines the stakeholder consultation and strategy formulation process employed by the IGES Centre Collaborating with UNEP on Environmental...

Peer-reviewed Article
In MATTER: International Journal of Science and Technology

Due to ever increasing demand, the electronics industry has been growing at a rapid pace, and therefore handling and management of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) has become one of the key problems in the modern world. Improper handling and management of WEEE in developing countries can cause a huge environmental damage and threats...

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Financial issues for a development of recycling and waste treatment facilities

2016 Adelaide Workshop on Multilayer 3R Partnerships and Cooperation among Asia-Pacific Cities

The presentation on financial issues for a development of recycling and waste treatment facilities was given at 2016 Adelaide Workshop on Multilayer 3R Partnerships and Cooperation among Asia-Pacific Cities.

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IGES-TERI efforts to promote the application of Japanese low carbon technologies in India

Awareness Workshop: Dissemination of Japanese low carbon technologies in India

The presentation was presented at a dissemination workshop held on 16 November 2016, Mumbai, India. It introduced the key findings from IGES-TERI joint activities on promoting the application of Japanese low carbon technologies in India and their initiative of launching Japan-India Technology Matchmaking Platform (JITMAP).

Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Cleaner Production

Food waste remains a critical issue in Japan, especially in light of the country's low food self-sufficiency rate and shortage of available landfill sites for waste disposal. In order to evaluate options for further preventing and mitigating food waste in Japan, we analyzed food waste trends by estimating the disparity between calorie/protein...

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International Carbon & Eco Labelling Seminar

This presentation was presented at the International Carbon & Eco Labelling Seminar which was held in Seoul R. Korea on Oct. 20th 2016. Its key message is to consider the stakeholders’ matching as innovative business model to promote Low Carbon Technology Deployment and Transfer. It builds upon IGES's research activities and findings regarding the...

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Seminar "Low Carbon Technologies: bridging Japan and Europe”

This presentation was presented at a seminar titled “Low Carbon Technologies: bridging Japan and Europe” held on 11-12 October 2016, in Szentendre, Hungary. It introduced key Japanese initiatives to promote low carbon technology transfer, while mainly focusing on considering the stakeholders 'matchmaking as innovative business model to promote low...

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International Sustainable Transitions Conference IST 2016 Wuppertal, Germany

It’s difficult to assess social impact of transition research (especially in the short term).
This paper develops an assessment framework which classifies the different stages or process of impact generation and proposes intermediate process-based indicators drawing on this framework.
We hope this will be practically useful to help organizations...

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Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (SEEPS)

Industrialized economies have been locked-into fossil fuel based energy systems through a path dependent process driven by technological and institutional increasing returns to scale. Indonesia which is experiencing rapid economic expansion, however, could choose not to repeat the same path by adopting precautionary actions that would divert the...