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IRES Vol.7 No.1
This edition featuring on best practices on environmental policy is based on the outcomes of the Research on Innovative and Strategic Policy Options I (RISPO I) conducted by IGES during FY2001-2004 under the framework of the Asia-Pacific Environmental Innovation Strategy Project (APEIS) which involves various research institutes related to...
Peer-reviewed Article
In IRES Vol.7 No.1
Where do policies originate? What environmental policy trends and issues are receiving the greatest attention globally? What makes environmental policies successful or unsuccessful? Who should be involved in designing and implementing them? How do policies pass from one country to another? How should they be chosen, and what should be in them?...
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Peer-reviewed Article
In IRES Vol.7 No.1
The high cost of renewable energy technologies and uncompetitive prices of power from renewable sources under present market conditions are among the factors impeding a necessary shift away from fossil fuels. This research examines policy options that could help to overcome these obstacles, focusing on two driving factors: the policy framework and...
Peer-reviewed Article
In IRES Vol.7 No.1
The environmental policies in place today across the globe have been arrived at through a process of evolution, adoption, and adaptation. This paper outlines how environmental policies have evolved over time, including how their scope has broadened from looking at primarily industrial pollution to addressing a host of other environmental problems,...
Peer-reviewed Article
In IRES Vol.7 No.1
Governments are increasingly involving local communities and non-governmental organizations in the management of natural resources. The ways in which different stakeholders are involved varies from being consulted to taking a central role in planning and monitoring, andinfrequentlybeing given the legal right to manage resources. There can be many...
Peer-reviewed Article
In IRES Vol.7 No.1
This chapter introduces and describes the methodology used in a recent research program aimed at identifying useful lessons about what has made environmental policies successful in developing countries, particularly in Asia-Pacific. These lessons are intended mainly for policymakers. The study used qualitative research methods, including textual...