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Peer-reviewed Article
In Korean Society
This research paper investigates the question of how governmental capacities can be better enacted to promote Sustainable Consumption under the Low Carbon Green Growth strategy in the Republic of Korea. It examines the strategies of the national government towards sustainability in 2010-2011 based on its Green Growth focus. The findings demonstrate...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Cleaner Production
This paper estimates the affordability of energy cost increases for energy-intensive companies due to the introduction of market-based climate policies in Korea. Data were collected from 62 respondents from iron & steel, cement and petrochemical industries, over 90% of which are under control of the ‘Target Management Scheme’, an ongoing mandatory...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Energy Policy
In this paper we pointed out a hidden inequality in accounting for trade-related emissions in the presence of border carbon adjustment. Under a domestic carbon pricing policy, producers pay for the carbon costs in exchange for the right to emit. Under border carbon adjustment, however, the exporting country pays for the carbon costs of their...
Peer-reviewed Article

機動力連関モデルに基づく低炭素社会構築にむけたライフスタイルの転換・選択:川崎市における節電行動・代替エネルギー選択に関する主体間の機能連関分析に基づいて

In エネルギー環境教育研究
Author:
Masahisa
SATO
Takahiro
FUKAHORI
Saki
TOYODA
Hideki
NAKAHARA
Conference Proceeding
Author:
Paul Barker
Kilyali K Kalit
The two day workshop, held in February 2013 in the scenic setting of the Kokoda Trial Motel, by the Laloki river on the Sogeri Plateau, was the most recent in a succession of workshops hosted by the Institute of National Affairs (INA) on the critical global theme, but particularly for PNG, of climate change, forest and resource management and...
Conference Proceeding

Groundwater, Water Supply and Sanitation Inter-linkages in Selected Urban Area in Asia

Proocedings of 12th JADE Conference, November 9, 2013, Tokyo
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Cleaner Production
This paper seeks to measure industrial energy saving activities (ESAs) and identify their determinant factors via an empirical study of companies in Hyogo, Japan. The surveyed companies exhibit high participation ratios in the pre-listed ESAs, especially those related to managerial measures. The classified factors are partly confirmed by...