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Background presentation on potential of transfer and application of low carbon technologies from Japan to India: Assessment and Matchmaking
Workshop on promoting the transfer of energy efficient industrial technologies from Japan to India
Presenting IGES-wide city work at WRI
World Resources Report Expert Roundtable, Washington D.C.
A collection of recent and on-going activities at IGES were presented to WRI experts. The presentation focused on three themes, namely: (1) tools and data; (2) research and projects; and (3) Networks.
Methodology and Guidelines for Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment of Natural Resource-based Communities for Climate Change Adaptation
Adaptation to climate change has emerged as an important developmental concern for India. Adaptation finances are on the rise continuously, both from global and national sources. Therefore it is essential that the agencies engaged in the planning and execution of adaptation projects and programs have a set of tools made available for successful...
ISIE 2015, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK; July 7th to 10th
In this study, a methodologies and a case analysis of sustainability of WEEE recycling systems (e.g. Washing machines, Refrigerators, Air conditioners and Televisions) was developed based on the case of Japan’s home appliances recycling system. In addition, to enable comparative analysis, we have conducted field surveys in Taiwan and India and...
Production and distribution costs of electricity in India
Training and Feedback Workshop of NABARD Staff
This presentation was delivered to an internal orientation workshop with the NABARD staff on the vulnerability and capacity assessment methodology developed as a part of the NABARD-Adapt Asia collaboration overseen by AECOM and funded by USAID. The presentation provides an overview of current available methodologies on vulnerability and capacity...
In ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
A new method was developed for mapping forest, agricultural, and urban land cover using remote sensing imagery. It is designed to better detect small land cover objects (e.g. small forest or agricultural patches) and monitor their change (e.g. fine-scale deforestation) using freely-available satellite imagery.
Ministry of Environment of Japan - Commissioned Report
This draft report documents progress made on the “Low Carbon Technology Transfer Preparedness Database Project”, supported by the Ministry of Environment Japan in FY 2014. The report’s key focus lies on documenting subnational data gaps, sources and access issues whilst also describing contributions made to international processes on data and...
Integrated Assessment of Climate-Induced Long-Term Water Availability in Ganges Basin and Impacts on Energy Security in South Asia
In In APN Science Bulletin, Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research