Climate Policies

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'CDM in Charts' is a booklet with a good reputation for providing a plain and easy-to-understand description of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). Remarks: This book is published by IGES as part of New Market Mechanism Capacity Building under the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Previous versions of this book are archived: http://pub.iges.or...
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"CDM in Charts" is a booklet with a good reputation for providing a plain and easy-to-understand description of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). * This page stores the archived PDF. For the latest version, please download from: http://pub.iges.or.jp/modules/envirolib/view.php?docid=835 Remarks: Update log: ver. 1.0 (Apr. 2007) ver. 1.1 (May....
Policy Report
This policy paper comprises a report on the outcomes of the Earthquake Research Initiative conducted by IGES following the Great East Japan Earthquake. It focuses on three themes: Post-Fukushima Energy Supply Options in Japan; Observation of Multi-stakeholder Collaboration in Northeast Japan Earthquake; and Effective Energy Saving Measures:...
Policy Report
In this policy report the authors have compiled and analysed the most recent data on waste generation and the national policies related with waste management and climate change in ten countries in Asia. The study found that many countries in the region are now paying more attention to solid waste management from the perspective of climate change....
Presentation

Designing Financial Architecture for Climate Change beyond 2012: Issues, Perspectives and Way Forward

IGES-NIES-UN ESCAP Policy Forum on Towards a Copenhagen Consensus: Opportunities and Challenges, Kyoto, Japan
Discussion Paper
Author:
Andreas
Tuerk
This paper is part of a project called “Linkages among Emissions Trading Schemes and with offset projects” which is carried out under the international research network Climate Strategies, with headquarter in Cambridge, UK. Within this project, several reputed international research institutes including IGES collaborate to explore possible linkage...
Book
The historic development pathway of Europe and the US is clearly not sustainable in developing Asia, with its larger population, constrained by resource limitations, and now facing the global challenges of climate change. So far, however, Asia has not framed an alternative future that simultaneously provides for an escape from poverty, improves...
Report Chapter
In Climate Change Policies in the Asia-Pacific: Re-Uniting Climate Change and Sustainable Development
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Remarks: IGES White Paper Climate Change Policies in the Asia-Pacific: Re-Uniting Climate Change and Sustainable Development http://enviroscope.iges.or.jp/modules/envirolib/view.php?docid=1565
Report Chapter
In Climate Change Policies in the Asia-Pacific: Re-Uniting Climate Change and Sustainable Development
Remarks: IGES White Paper Climate Change Policies in the Asia-Pacific: Re-Uniting Climate Change and Sustainable Development http://enviroscope.iges.or.jp/modules/envirolib/view.php?docid=1565