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2001 年11 月,国際社会はマラケシュ会議(COP 7) において,京都レジームのルール策定に成功しました.これは国際制度はルール策定ステージから新たに実施ステージに移行したということにほかなりません.これに呼応する形で,2002 年6 月4 日,日本政府はついに京都議定書締結(批准) のための公式文書(受諾書) を,国連事務総長に寄託しました.7 月15 日時点で,議定書署名(調印) 国は111 か国,そのうち批准国は75 か国(Annex I: 23 か国,非Annex I: 52 か国),Annex I 国の1990 年CO2 排出量比で6.0%がすでに批准を行っている状況です. 翻って日本の国内対策を振り返ってみますと,新地球温暖化対策推進大綱は発表されたものの...
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The aim of this interim country report is to disseminate the results of the activities from the second fiscal year of the second phase, on the Russian Far East, and to provide the basis for discussions on developing guidelines and recommendations for participatory forest management. Under the former USSR, local people were separated from forest...
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The goal of the Forest Conservation Project is to develop strategies for desirable forest conservation and sustainable forest management. Although many approaches should be taken into consideration to achieve this goal, the project has set a precise objective for its second phase of research (April 2001 to March 2004): to propose concrete measures...
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This issue of IRES invited experts in a variety of fields to present their views on the seemingly contradictory forces under the theme of “Globalization and Sustainable Development” and discuss how to evaluate globalization for sustainable development. EDITOR'S NOTE http://enviroscope.iges.or.jp/modules/envirolib/view.php?docid=2429 GLOBALIZATION...
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The strategy provides a comprehensive framework of actions on environmental education for the Asia-Pacific region and takes account of Asia-Pacific perspectives on enhancing these actions. It is an outcome of a series of participatory processes including discussions, consultations and workshops with key players and stakeholders of the region.
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The Environmental Education Project of the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is pleased to bring forth the publication titled "Making sense of Climate Change" prepared by Visiting Researcher, Ms. Ranjana Saikia from the Tata Energy Research Institute (TERI) of India. Ms Saikia worked in IGES for a period of three months from 16th...