Shobhakar DHAKAL

Former Staff (from Apr 2001 - Mar 2007 )
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The results of this study indicate that Kathmandu Valley's motorized travel demand increased 8.7 fold in 2004 from nearly one billion passenger-km in 1989. It suggests that the demand will increase to 27 billion passenger-km by 2025. Despite the drastic increase, the modal share of public and private transport modes have changed little since 1989:...
Peer-reviewed Article
In IRES Vol.5 No.2
Author:
Lee Schipper
Asian cities have witnessed rapid urbanization and an unprecedented rate of motorization in the last decade. Because of this, negative externalities of urban transport such as congestion and environmental impacts have become serious concerns. A number of past studies in this field have shown that health risks are high in key Asian cities,...
Peer-reviewed Article
In LaRevueDurable: Dossier Vivre Ensemble En Megalopole
Avec des ecarts de richesses qui vont du simple au quadruple, les habitants de Pekin, Seoul, Shanghai et Tokyo consomment des quantites comparables d' energie. Tres dependants du charbon, Pekin et Shanghai emettent beaucoup plus de dioxyde de carbone (CO2
Peer-reviewed Article

Transport and environment in Asian cities: Reshaping the issues and opportunities into a holistic framework

In International Review for Environmental Strategies (IRES):The Environmentally Sustainable City
Author:
Schipper
Lee
Policy Report
Cities in rapidly industrialising regions of Asia are confronted with multiple tasks for economic development and environmental protection. They tend to give priorities to immediate and local issues, and consider global warming as a far-away issue. The nature of energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from cities is not well understood in Asia. In...
Peer-reviewed Article
In International Review for Environmental Strategies (IRES) Volume3 Number2 (Winter 2002)
The roots of the concept of strategic environmental assessment (SEA) go back to the U.S. National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969, while the actual term was coined in the U.K. in 1989 in an effort to find a clear distinction between project-based environmental impact assessment and the assessment of policies above the project level. The...
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