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Author:
Bambang
Haryono
Mochamad
Farhan
Muhammad Luthfi Eko
Nugroho
Maryono
Satria
Utama
Hadiyanto
Tomoki
Ehara
Kazuya
Fujiwara
Following up the Presidential Regulation 61/2011 and 71/2011, Semarang City as one of the cities in Indonesia has a liability in the GHG reduction activities. This research on the low carbon society (LCS) scenario for Semarang City are carried out aiming to contribu-tion to promoting climate change actions and policies in the city. This study is...
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The “FutureCity” initiative promoted an integrated approach and also developed “top runner” municipalities as the best practices on specific common urban issues that can be rolled out across Japan. Major issues were “Energy” (Goal 7) and “Cities” (Goal 11), but not “Poverty” (Goal 1), “Gender equality” (Goal 5), or “Reduced inequalities” (Goal 10)....
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日本政府は「環境未来都市」構想において、環境・社会・経済について持続可能な地方自治体・地域を選定し、具体的な取組みを推進するなかで、SDGsと同様に統合的アプローチを重視する一方、トップランナーの更なる育成を目的としていたため、エネルギー(ゴール7)、都市(ゴール11)に関する取組みが多く、貧困(ゴール1)、ジェンダー(ゴール5)、不平等(ゴール10)のように直接的な関わりのないゴールが存在する。これらの政策課題については、SDGsの要素を取り込むことによって、異分野が連携できるプラットフォームが用意され、これまで関係が薄かった部局との連携が実現し、個々の課題が統合的に取り組まれることで、複数の課題が同時解決へ向かうといった相乗効果が期待できる。さらに、環境未来都市のなかには...
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This paper proposes various elements to be specified in the rule book: “Modalities, Procedures and Guidelines for the Transparency Framework” (MPG) of the Paris Agreement, focusing on mitigation, based on the past experience of the national reports and their reviews/ assessments.The underlying motivation is the concern that the current arrangements...
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本ディスカッション・ペーパーは、ビジネス業界および金融セクターが、気候変動リスクとビジネス機会の認識を通じ、脱炭素化およびレジリエントな社会構築に向けて投資を拡大していくための行動を更に促すため、必要となる重要な政策ツールや環境整備を明らかにすることを目的としている。第一章では、ビジネス業界および金融セクターにおける気候関連リスクとビジネス機会について定義する。ここでは、G20の金融安定理事会のもとに創設された「気候関連財務情報開示に関するタスクフォース」による提言を主として参照する。第二章では、ビジネス・金融セクターが気候関連リスクとビジネス機会に対応するために具体的行動の選択肢を特定する。第三章では、グリーン投資がこのような行動をどのように後押しできるか、また...
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were designed to be “integrated and indivisible, balanc[ing] the three dimensions of sustainable development." The growing need for integration has given rise to a number of tools and research that can help capture synergies and avoid trade-offs across goals and targets. These include tools that employ...
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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This discussion paper aims to identify critical factors to encourage the business and finance sectors to act on transitioning to investments for decarbonised and resilient society by recognising the climate risks and opportunities. Chapter 1 defines climate risks and opportunities for the business and finance sectors, referring mainly to...
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Climate-fragility risks are on the rise globally and developmental paths taken by countries can shape these risks. To understand the link between development and climate-fragility risks in Asia, this brief presents the findings of a survey conducted with development practitioners and experts from a range of developing and developed countries. To...