Perceptions

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Discussion Paper
Author:
Takaaki
Kato
This paper examined whether a local government could promote international environmental cooperation through individual citizens’ carbon offsetting, in particular focusing on the perception effects of local government subsidies. The social survey was conducted for adult citizens in Kitakyushu city, Japan, who drive privately-owned vehicles, asking...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Environmental Hazards
This paper reviews climate change impacts and existing disaster risk management system in Japan and offers results of a structured questionnaire survey of the community leaders and disaster risk management personnel of Saijo city of Japan that assesses their perceptions about dealing with the extreme disasters by the existing disaster risk...
Conference Proceeding

Proceedings of International Experts Workshop on International Framework and Co-benefits Approach to Promote Air Pollution Control in East Asia 2011

International Experts Workshop on International Framework and Co-benefits Approach to Promote Air Pollution Control in East Asia 2011
Presentation

Country Case 4: Perceptions of Policymakers and Scientists in Japan regarding Long-range Transport of Air Pollutants and Related International Cooperation

International Experts Workshop on International Framework and Co-benefits Approach to Promote Air Pollution Control in East Asia 2011
Peer-reviewed Article
In Environmental Hazards
Author:
This paper presents a case study of drought risk assessment and management in Svay Rieng province of Cambodia. Drought is a creeping disaster and has debilitating impacts on rural livelihoods and socio-economic conditions. Interviews with local communities, government administration, and non-governmental agencies indicated the lack of livelihood...