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Presentation
ISIE 2015, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK; July 7th to 10th

In this study, a methodologies and a case analysis of sustainability of WEEE recycling systems (e.g. Washing machines, Refrigerators, Air conditioners and Televisions) was developed based on the case of Japan’s home appliances recycling system. In addition, to enable comparative analysis, we have conducted field surveys in Taiwan and India and...

Commissioned Report

Strengthening the Climate Technology Centre and Network in the Asian Region towards Low Carbon Technology Renovation for Developing Countries: Myanmar Country Study

Commissioned Report

This is a final report on the project for accelerating Asian regional collaboration on Environmental Impact Assessment, under a lump-sum Ukeoi contract with MOEJ in FY2014. The Project consists of four components: i) In-depth study on policy and implementation of country EIA system in six countries, namely Cambodia, Korea, Indonesia, Myanmar...

Commissioned Report

This quick study was conducted to gather overall information on environmental challenges,
measures taken by the national government and other key players as well as multilateral and bilateral development partners, and thus to inform options of proposals regarding potential environmental cooperation between the Ministry of the Environment of Japan...

Commissioned Report
Ministry of Environment of Japan - Commissioned Report

This draft report documents progress made on the “Low Carbon Technology Transfer Preparedness Database Project”, supported by the Ministry of Environment Japan in FY 2014. The report’s key focus lies on documenting subnational data gaps, sources and access issues whilst also describing contributions made to international processes on data and...

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...

Presentation
The 9th NIES Workshop on E-waste

As resource demand grows in line with the rapid economic growth of developing countries in Asia in recent years, so too has the transboundary movement of recyclables in Asia. At the same time, Japanese government is trying to promote recycling and waste management business development in developing Asia. In response to the challenges faced by...