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Fact Sheet
Author:
Luke
REEDMAN
Alexandre C.
KÖBERLE
Roberto
SCHAEFFER
Nick
MACALUSO
Jiang
KEJUN
Fu
SHA
Chai
QIMIN
Panagiotis
FRAGKOS
Alessia
DE VITA
Swapnil
SHEKHAR
Heleen
van SOEST
Rizaldi
BOER
Retno Gumilang
DEWI
Shinichiro
FUJIMORI
Junya
TAKAKURA
Chan
PARK
George
SAFONOV
Gokul
IYER
Heleen
van SOEST
Opportunities exist in G20 countries to strengthen existing climate policies. It can be shown from analyses at the national level that the emission reductions consistent with global pathways to reach the overall targets of the Paris Climate Agreement can be implemented. This is the main conclusion of a set of 11 national fact sheets developed as...
Presentation
2018年EMF 35 JMIP 国内ワークショップ
This presentation introduces the "Climate pOlicy assessment and Mitigation Modeling to Integrate national and global Transition pathways" (COMMIT) project. The project aims to: 1) improved modelling of national low-carbon emission pathway; and 2) improved analysis of country contributions to the global ambition of the Paris Agreement. This project...
Presentation
Global Sustainable Development Report 2019 - Consultations of multi-stakeholders in Asia and the Pacific
Author:
This presentation was made for a keynote speech given at the event of the consultations of multi-stakeholders in Asia and the Pacific for the coming Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR)2019, held on 12-13 November 2018, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The presentation introduced IGES SDG Interlinkages Analysis and Visualisation tool (Version 2.0)...
Conference Paper
Eleventh Annual Meeting of the IAMC
Author:
Masahiro
SUGIYAMA
Shinichiro
FUJIMORI
Kenichi
WADA
Jiayang
WANG
Ken
OSHIRO
Etsushi
KATO
Atsushi
KUROSAWA
Ryoichi
KOMIYAMA
Yasumasa
FUJII
Yuhji
MATSUO
This study presents a multi-model analysis of long-term climate policy of Japan, whose mid-century strategy is subject to an ongoing policy debate, focusing on the carbon dioxide emissions in the energy sector. The models demonstrate multiple future pathways of the low-carbon energy system in Japan. The median of marginal abatement cost is found to...
Presentation
Eleventh Annual Meeting of the IAMC
Author:
Masahiro
SUGIYAMA
Shinichiro
FUJIMORI
Kenichi
WADA
Jiayang
WANG
Ken
OSHIRO
Etsushi
KATO
Atsushi
KUROSAWA
Ryoichi
KOMIYAMA
Yasumasa
FUJII
Yuhji
MATSUO
This study presents a multi-model analysis of long-term climate policy of Japan, whose mid-century strategy is subject to an ongoing policy debate, focusing on the carbon dioxide emissions in the energy sector. The models demonstrate multiple future pathways of the low-carbon energy system in Japan. The median of marginal abatement cost is found to...
Presentation
Eleventh Annual Meeting of the IAMC
Author:
Jiayang
WANG
Masahiro
SUGIYAMA
Integrated assessment models (IAM) provide key information to allow policymakers to understand the possible outcomes of alternative development and climate policy scenarios. However, the complexity and large size of information resulting from IAMs, prevents straightforward communication of key insights to policy makers, unless a “translation...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainable Cities and Society
Author:
Kiyo
KURISU
Keisuke
HANAKI
Climate change has been one of the central issues for long-term transformations of cities. However, environmental loads have not been effectively taken into account for future urban plans. Specifically, possible reductions of carbon emissions from cities significantly rely on technological progress and human lifestyle changes, among other factors,...
Book Chapter
In Routledge Handbook of Energy in Asia
Developing Asia’s growing demand for fossil fuels not only adds pressure on the domestic economy of each country due to higher energy bills but also strangulates the region’s environmental health with the growing emissions. The need for poverty reduction and economic development together forcing the region to continue to depend heavily on...
Submission to Policy Process
Author:
Alexandre C.
KÖBERLE
Roberto
SCHAEFFER
Nick
MACALUSO
Panagiotis
FRAGKOS
Alessia
De VITA
Swapnil
SHEKHAR
Ritu
MATHUR
Shinichiro
FUJIMORI
Junya
TAKAKURA
Heleen
van SOEST
These country sheets present research findings on national long-term, low-emission pathways along the three Talanoa Dialogue questions: where are we, where do we want to go and how do we get there? The results highlight opportunities for enhancing ambition and success stories, and address country-specific topics. For Brazil: sustainable...