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Discussion Paper
As Myanmar attracts investment and improves its economic prospects, green growth has moved steadily up the policy agenda. The heightened importance of green growth is visible in high-level political statements as well as policy and institutional reforms that could translate those words into action (i.e. Environmental Conservation Law 2012). Yet...

Experience and lessons learned in developing standardized baseline - Rice mill sector in Cambodia

Remarks:Regional Training for Asia, the Pacific and Eastern Europe 3 September 2013, Manila

Current status of environmental policies in Myanmar

Presented at 1st Meeting of Low-carbon Myanmar Working Group, 31 July 2013. This is a part of a commissioned work funded by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan.
Policy Brief
2012年12月のCOP18(カタール・ドーハ)において、日本をはじめ京都議定書第2約束期間に数値目標を提示しない国の京都メカニズムへの参加には大きな制限が課せられることとなりました。 本ポリシー・ブリーフでは、COP18決定による日本の京都メカニズム利用に関する制限を踏まえて、2013年以降に日本が取得可能な京都ユニットに対してもたらす影響を定量的に推計するとともに政策的な意味について考察しています。
Policy Brief
A series of decisions made at COP18 in Doha, Qatar imposes considerable restrictions on the use of the Kyoto mechanisms by countries that do not submit greenhouse gas reduction targets for the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol, including Japan. This policy brief overviews the limits to Japan’s use of the Kyoto mechanisms due to the...
Non Peer-reviewed Article


In Business i ENECO
Non Peer-reviewed Article


In 日中環境産業 (Japan-China Environmental Industry)
Myanmar's move towards Green Economy and Green Growth is a part of its strategy to ensure the legitimacy of the current regime. The move is a welcome one. The key challenges will be to ensure transparent and effective natural resource governance, as well as avoid conventional air and water pollution from its industrial growth.