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Presentation
Training Program on Japanese low carbon technologies and best practices
The presentation was presented at a training program on Japanese low carbon technologies and best practices which was held on 20 January 2017, Pune, India. It highlighted the key findings from IGES-TERI efforts to promote the application of Japanese low carbon technologies in India. It emphasized mainly IGES-TERI's initiative to launch Japan-India...
Presentation

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).
Presentation
Awareness Workshop: Dissemination of Japanese low carbon technologies in India
The presentation shared the key findings from IGES and TERI's joint activities regarding the promotion of the application of Japanese low carbon technologies in India. It emphasised on the initiation of Japan-India technology matchmaking platform which promotes mutually beneficial engagement of Japanese and Indian stakeholders in clean energy...
Policy Brief
先進国を中心とする木材需要の高まりに応じて、人工林の総面積は過去20年で10倍に拡大した。荒廃地等における人工林の増加は、天然林に対する伐採圧力を緩和し、気候変動の抑制、住民の生計への支援、国家の開発政策への寄与など、極めて重要な役割を担っている。 現在、世界の人工林の60%以上はアジアに存在している。近年におけるアジアの人工林面積の急激な拡大は、特に中国、ベトナム、インドなどにおいて大規模な造林プログラムが実施されてきた結果である。しかし、農村地帯における企業又は政府主導の人工造林は、地域住民を彼らの生活の重要な基盤となっている土地から排除する結果となることが多く、しばしば地域の社会紛争を引き起こしてきた。造林プログラムに地域住民が参加している場合でも、土地利用が制限されるため...
Policy Brief
IGES Policy Brief
Partly due to the worldwide upsurge in industrial demand for timber, the number of planted forests has increased ten-fold in the last 20 years. These planted forests currently comprise only about 5% of the world’s forest area, but supply 35% of industrial logs and have critical roles to play in releasing pressure on natural forests, mitigating...
Policy Report
This study examines two major transitions in forest governance - decentralisation and state-sponsored (formal) community forestry - with respect to whether they are opening spaces for communities to contribute to sustainable forest management. Our main thesis is that there is a need for democratic decentralisation in order to effectively re-engage...
Book Chapter

Local perspectives in protected area management

In The State of Environment in Asia
Policy Report
[Table of Contents]- Preface- Trends in China's forest-related policies - from the perspective of the growing timber trade / Masanobu YAMANE and Wenming LU- Trends in Malaysian Forest Policy / Weng-Chuen WOON and Haron NORINI- Trends in Forest Policy of the Philippines / Juan M. PULHIN- Farm Tree Planting and the Wood Industry in Indonesia : a...