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In The ASEAN
ASEAN Member States have proactively taken measures to address the issue of climate change at the national and regional levels. However, some developing Member States have been facing challenges in meeting their transparency reporting requirements due to capacity constraints. Recognising these capacity gaps and the urgent needs for transformation...
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In Sustainability
The recognition of the urgent need for more sustainable lifestyles dates from the late 20th century, originating in concerns about resource depletion and climate change. Research and policy measures have evolved since then, paying increasing attention to systemic change over individual behaviour. However, as individual behavioural change is...
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In Gastronomica
This short article offers a vignette of experiences with food and COVID-19 in Zushi City, Japan early in the pandemic to shed light on the vulnerabilities of the country’s food system. It illustrates how national policies to control the spread of infection affected consumer behavior on the ground and raises larger questions about the sustainability...
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In The Young Leaders in Sustainable Transport
This report was produced by Hirotaka Koike, a participant of the Young Leaders in Sustainable Transport in 2019. Advocacy must help convince key players, such as development agencies, NGOs, all levels of government, and the private sector, that sustainable transport has the true potential to change the current development trajectory. However, a...
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In MASHING UP
オンラインメディアで、女性から始めるダイバーシティをキーワードに、働き方やダイバーシティ、ジェンダー平等などを扱う記事などを載せているMASHING UPからの依頼に基づき、IGESでは、SDGs & Meという連載を展開しています。 本記事は、その一環として都市をテーマに、「一人ひとりが変わるとまちが良くなる。みんなでやるともっと良くなる」という切り口から個人がどう都市の持続可能性に貢献できるのか、取り上げました。
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In URBANET
The significance of environmentally sound waste management for achieving sustainable consumption and production as well as a pollution free planet was one of the key priorities discussed at the recently concluded United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA4) in Nairobi. Recognising the co-benefits of sustainable waste management to meet the...
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In The Jakarta Post
Urban policies and regulations on land use management and planning must adopt the results of the study and evaluation of disaster risks so that investments can be better targeted while decreasing the burden of environmental degradation and the risk of damage to urban infrastructure. The scheme and preparation of funding for urban development must...
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In Mitigation Talks: Series on NDCs (TERI)
TERI has developed a quarterly research letter – Mitigation Talks and started a new series on issues around Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). This January-March 2018 issue includes the article IGES prepared on the role of inclusive and participatory governance to achieve gender-responsive climate mitigation in Southeast Asia.
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In 100 Resilient Cities Newsletter
Author:
Semarang City
CRO
Semarang became the first Asian city to release a Resilience Strategy on May 23rd, 2016. Among the document’s six pillars, number 4 is Integrated Mobility. This pillar aims to enhance the performance of the city’s mobility systems by promoting the use, improving the service quality, and enhancing the management of the public transportation network...
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In Ngingit
Author:
Yumi
Kato
Masahiro
Ichikawa
This paper describes the trans-river migration of the Iban and Bekatan to the Tatau River Basin in Bintulu Division, Sarawak. Until the beginning of the nineteenth century, the Iban and Bekatan did not inhabit the Tatau River Basin, but migrated there from other river basins from the middle of the nineteenth century onward. We describe the...