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Discussion Paper
Author:
Christopher
N.H. Doll
Lisanne
Groen
Masachika
Suzuki
The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) and the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS) are engaged in various research activities to understand and promote Low Carbon Technology Transfer (LCTT). This background paper provides an overview of findings and insights in two key areas of...
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BEST OPERATING PRACTICES IN INDUCTION FURNACE: EXPERIENCES FROM RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP WITH JAPAN

Author:
Sekimoto Kazuya, (former) IGES Fellow
Girish Sethi, TERI senior fellow
Prosanto Pal, TERI senior fellow
Discussion Paper

Energy Efficient Operation of Induction Melting Furnaces: Insights from Field Studies

Author:
Sekimoto Kazuya, (former) IGES Fellow
Girish Shethi, TERI senior fellow
Prosanto Pal, TERI senior fellow
Discussion Paper

India-Japan: Technology Cooperation towards Sustainable Development.

Discussion Paper
the 11th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation
This paper gives a glance of carbon emission status, the latest efforts and policy progress in Japan, China and Korea, and provides an integrative summary of previous discussions of carbon tax policy based on a comprehensive literature overview. By using the information collected from these countries, a comparative analysis is conducted to identify...
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the 1st Congress of East Asian Association of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Author:
Yang Jie
Wang Leina et al.
As a part of a project exploring proactive strategies for improving corporate environmental management (CEM) in developing Asia, this paper introduces the practices and opportunities of green supply chain management (GSCM) in China. Yangtze River Delta, where the economy has been relatively developed, was selected as our study area. We conducted...
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Implementation of Environmental Policies in Urban and Rural China - Its Success, problems and Deficiencies
Chinese environmental policies highly relied on the command and control measures in the past, which seems insufficient due to the feasibilities of the policies themselves or relatively weak enforcement capacities. Chinese government has recognized the problem and started to modify its environmental policy framework by adding alternative approaches...