Climate Policy

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Presentation
Second International Conference on Energy Research and Social Science
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The framework of “Just Transition” is important to implement policies towards decarbonisation of power sectors (DPS) in Japan. Using the existing DPS scenarios and employment factors for the power sectors based on an extended input-output tables, this study analysed “Just Transition” issues, along with three further aspects: distributional justice...
Report Chapter
In Global Environment Outlook - GEO-6: Healthy Planet, Healthy People
Author:
Frederick Ato
Armah
Phillip
Dickerson
Christina
Guerreiro
Terry
Keating
Oswaldo
dos Santos Lucon
Asami
Miyazaki
Amit
Patel
Stefan
Reis
Kari
DePryck
The composition of Earth’s atmosphere is one of the major determinants of a healthy planet, influencing the climate, ecosystems and human health. This is highlighted by the existence of a direct or indirect link between the challenges of air pollution, climate change, stratospheric ozone depletion, persistent bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT)...
Presentation
Project Validation Workshop for the ILO Project on the Labor Market Assessment of Indonesia’s INDC
IGES was commissioned by the Indonesia Country Office of the Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ROAP) of the International Labour Organization (ILO) to conduct a project titled "Assessment of the Labour Market Implications of Indonesia's Nationally Determined Contributions", under the ILO's Green Jobs - INDC Assessment Project. Under its...
Presentation
ILO's Workshop on the Future of Work Initiative: Transformations Affecting the Labor Market in Indonesia
IGES was commissioned by the Indonesia Country Office of the Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ROAP) of the International Labour Organization (ILO) to conduct a project titled "Assessment of the Labour Market Implications of Indonesia's Nationally Determined Contributions", under the ILO's Green Jobs - INDC Assessment Project. Under its...
Peer-reviewed Article
In China-USA Business Review
Author:
Hiroaki Shirakawa
Hongtao Pan
Competitiveness and carbon leakage are two central concerns in the international negotiations of a future climate policy. With more attentions given to border adjustment measures to address these concerns, it is rational to consider consumption-based national inventory to account for emissions embodied in international trade. In this work, we...
Working Paper
Over the past five years, China has adopted increasingly ambitious reforms aimed at mitigating its greenhouse gases (GHGs). These reforms stand in sharp contrast to the view that China would struggle to craft a comprehensive climate policy due to conflicts with national interests and fragmented policymaking institutions. This paper argues that this...
Discussion Paper
Remarks: The workshop aimed to address the regional distribution of clean development mechanism (CDM) projects in Asia and the Pacific in a holistic and comprehensive manner. The event was jointly organized by the Government of Nepal, Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), and the United Nations...
Policy Report
This report aims to propose ideas for CDM reform, targeting international negotiators of the CDM. The Market Mechanism Group of IGES has been implementing IGES CDM capacity building activities in Asia as well as developing IGES CDM databases for quantitative analysis. The group organised the IGES CDM Capacity Building General Meeting in March 3-4,...