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5th International Symposium on Environmental Sociology in East Asia (ISESEA-5 )

In this study, we analyze low emissions pathways at the national and subnational level in China through 2050. The study begins with national level trajectories based on China’s future energy use as well as experiences of other rapidly industrializing countries such as Japan. The emphasis in mapping the national trajectories is placed on what levels...

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Community-based Analysis of Resilient Cities: A Case Study of Cebu City, Philippines

公益社団法人 環境科学会2015 年会
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SEEPS Conference 2015

A growing body of science maintains that anthropogenic climate change poses a grave threat to the well-being of earth and its inhabitants. Academics, environmentalists, and policymakers similarly concur that there is no single silver bullet solution to climate change; rather what is needed are well-integrated and long-term strategy. Yet adopting...

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23rd International Input-Output Conference, 22-26 June 2015, Mexico City

The Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development has identified green economy as one of the important tools for achieving sustainable development, which can provide a significant opportunity to the shift to a new global economic paradigm. Mobilising investments at the economy-wide level towards green sectors and to the greening of...

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Social Learning for Sustainable Lifestyles: Case Studies in Community-based inquiry and collaborative learning for sustainability

PERL Conference, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris,10-11 March 2015
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Develop a Regional Strategy for Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation: Lesson learned from the field

Project Workshop entitled "Sustainable Forest Rehabilitation and Management for the Conservation of Trans-boundary Ecological Security in Montane Mainland Southeast Asia-Pilot Demonstration Project of Lao PDR, Myanmar and China/Yunnan"
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Third Annual of Green Growth Knowledge Platform Conference

In 2009, Indonesia has committed itself to reduce GHGs emission by 41% by 2020 with international assistances. Over all sectors, about 80% of total GHG emissions in Indonesia come from land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF). In line with this, Indonesia also started implementing "a green economy" in several major sectors such as forestry...