Social Survey

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Peer-reviewed Article
In Energy Policy
An online social survey was conducted to reveal household electricity-saving behaviour and its relationship with participation in social group activities, as well as face-to-face and online social interactions, i.e. information sources used and information dissemination through personal networks, in a disaster-affected region of Kanagawa, Japan,...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Environmental Science & Policy
Author:
Takaaki
Kato
This study uses an experimental social survey in two large Japanese cities to explore citizens’ attitudes toward international voluntary carbon offsetting that encourages low carbon development in developing countries. In particular, the study focuses on whether the offsetting is a contribution to meet national target of greenhouse gas (GHG)...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Energy Policy
Author:
Takaaki
Kato
This study explores the motivation of domestic and international interregional collaboration on climate change mitigation through carbon crediting by Japanese local governments, using a social survey. In particular the authors evaluate the current state and difficulties in promoting climate change mitigation in developing countries through...
Discussion Paper
EcoBalance 2010, 12 Nov. 2010
Author:
Takaaki
Kato
We conducted a social survey in the Japanese cities of Yokohama and Kitakyushu and classified citizens into groups regarding attitudes and behavior on climate change and developmental cooperation, identifying each group’s state of support to international intercity cooperation for the environment. The survey not only collected relevant attitudinal...