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A short course of lectures
«Enabling Asia to Stabilise the Climate»





Lessons for VietnamOverview of Energy, Environment and Socio-Economic FactorsChina's Emission ScenariosThe Problems of Hunger Eradication and Poverty ReductionFrom Research to Policy and ImplementationSocial AspectGHG Emissions in VietnamBeyond Science and Policymaking: Implementing the LCSBP-IM2025GHG Reduction Potential in AsiaLow Carbon Society (LCS)Decoupling of GHG and GDPKey Message to Policy MakersHow to Achieve 80 % Reduction Target in JapanNAMA Pledge to UNFCCCEnergy-Saving Spaces Utilizing Sunlight and WindSelection of Priority AreasMethodology FrameworkFactors Causing Uncertainty in the Modelling AnalysisCO2 Emissions and Mitigation OptionsKey Message to PolicymakersLatest Workshop on GHG Inventories in Asia (WGIA12), 2014EnvironmentKey Messages to Policy MakersStructure of GHG Emission Mitigation OptionsJapan's Support for Climate Policies in AsiaKey Message to Policy MakersCo-benefits of MitigationIII Best Practices and Recommendations in Each Sector to Make It HappenEnergy Security AspectFuture PlanGHG Emissions in Iskandar MalaysiaAbout Low Carbon Society Blueprint for Iskandar Malaysia 2025Low-Carbon Policies on Forest and Land Use SectorThe Impact on Energy SecuritySelection and Assessment CriteriaThe Low Carbon Asia Research Network (LoCARNet)Creating LCS Scenarios – The Extended Snapshot (ExSS) ToolBuilding Consensus Among NAMA Stakeholders in ThailandThe Objective of WGIAStructure of Extended Snapshot (ExSS) ToolKey Message to Policy MakersSustainable Forestry ManagementModel and ScenariosKey Message to PolicymakersLow-Emission Agricultural TechnologiesInternational Cooperation for Knowledge-Sharing Towards Realising a Low-Carbon AsiaSeeking Financial SupportJapan's Strategies to Support Scientific Climate Policymaking in AsiaHow Can Asia Leapfrog to a Low-Carbon Society?Indonesian ForestIntegrating Low Carbon Society Blueprint into Existing Policy FrameworkScience-Based Policy Formulation: LoCARNet Research and Policy Integration ActivitiesPrimary Energy Supply and Final Energy ConsumptionThe Role of Greenhouse Gas Inventory Office of Japan (GIO)Key Message to Policy MakersEnergy SecurityThe Social ImpactNet Social Cost of CarbonMechanism of Knowledge DisseminationAchievements of WGIAoC Target and Mitigation in Japan in 2050Scenarios Analysis and Comparative AssessmentReduction of Pressure on Natural Forest by Optimizing Land Use and Improving Land ProductivityLow-Carbon Comprehensive Mobility Plan ToolkitThe Rise of ASEANKey Factors in the Low-Emission PathwayIndia's GHG Emission Reduction and Sustainable DevelopmentRegional DevelopmentII Bridging the Gap Between Modeling and Real Policy DevelopmentTrends in Emissions from Different SectorsFinancial Policy for Development of FMUsLocal Production and Local Consumption of BiomassRelationship Between Thailand's Energy Policy and Climate ChangeStructure and Trends in Greenhouse Gas Emissions in VietnamScience-to-Policy Approach to Designing the LCSBP-IM2005Related Activities and International CooperationGreenhouse Gas Emissions from Different SectorsMRV of Thailand's NAMAs: The Road to SuccessUtilise Asia's Full Force and Make the Leap to Stablise the ClimateSmart Ways to Use Materials That Realize the Full Potential of ResourcesKey Message to Policy MakersScenarios DescriptionCriteria/Selection of CO2 CountermeasuresWebsite and Mailing ListTransport Policy at the National and Subnational LevelsKnowledge-Sharing PlatformFeasibility of Reducing GHG Emissions by 68 %Thailand's Energy SectorAchievementsStructure and Mechanisms of Capacity DevelopmentKey Message to PolicymakersIdentification of External Impacts of GHG Emission Reduction PoliciesThe Power of AsiaGlobal Emission Scenarios and Regional AllocationIdentifying Technical Solutions—Technology Priorities in Reducing Greenhouse Gas EmissionsSharing Information Such as Sector-Specific Issues and General Issues of GHG InventoryEighty Percent Reduction Scenario in JapanDesigning a National Policy Framework for NAMAs Japan's Comprehensive and Continual Support Package for the CreationScope of Scientific Climate PolicyDeforestation and Trend of CO2 EmissionThe Impact of MacroeconomicsCase 1: Delhi MetroAIM/Enduse Modelling of Thailand's Energy SystemLessons LearntContents of WGIAOther activities of WGIAThe Impact on the EnvironmentNetworksKey Message to PolicymakersEconomic AspectEnhanced RelationshipsIncentive and Financial Policies for Conserving Forest Carbon and Land SwapGood Practices of Science-Based Climate Policy Development Making Progress in AsiaThe Total Amount and Level of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in VietnamAn Opportunity to Leapfrog by Integrating Knowledge and Wisdom In-CountryTransport Policies in IndiaEnergy DemandSuccess of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Projects in ThailandFrom the Kyoto Protocol to Middle-Term TargetPotential of Reducing GHG Emission from REDD+ Activities in IndonesiaGHG Inventory in International NegotiationsGHG Emission Mitigation OptionsCo-Benefits of Thailand's NAMAsLevel of Low-Carbon Society ImplementationCase 2: Auto Fuel Policy (AFP)Mainstreaming Rail and Water in Interregional TransportForest Management Units (FMUs)Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)Assessment Methodology and Model SystemCurrent Transport Scenario in IndiaIncentive and Financial Policy for AcceleratingImplementation of a Climate Change Mechanism in ThailandEmission ScenariosEnvironmental Sustainable Transport SystemReducing Costs and Losses from Climate Change ImpactsFinancing and Incentive Policies for Supporting the Implementation of SFM and REDD+Other Air Pollutant EmissionsLayout of Roadmap to Thailand NAMA 2020Transparent and Fair Governance That Supports Low-Carbon AsiaHierarchically Connected Compact CitiesNeed for AssessmentSelection of Priority Areas and Measures to Reduce Emissions of Greenhouse GasesThailand's 20-Year Energy Efficiency Development PlanPolicy Design for Low Carbon Society Blueprint in Iskandar MalaysiaGHG Reduction by Introducing “Ten Actions”The Impact on EmploymentForest Certification SystemI Asia Is a Key for a Sustainable Low-Carbon SocietyEnvironmental AspectNAMA and CO2 Mitigation StrategyThailand Power Development Plan (PDP) 2010–2030BackgroundIncentive System for CertificationIskandar Malaysia (IM) in BriefWGIA-EFDB (Emission Factors Database)Capacity Development on GHG Inventories in AsiaNational Electric Mobility Mission PlanTransport Scenarios for IndiaHistory of WGIAOne Part of the National SystemKey Message to Policy MakersPotential of Low-Carbon Development in Vietnam, from Practices to Legal FrameworkLow-Carbon Energy System Using Local ResourcesThailand's GHG EmissionsTen Actions to Achieve the Low-Carbon Society in AsiaBus Rapid Transit System'Science to Action' of the Sustainable Low Carbon City-regionDesigning a National Policy Framework for Thailand's NAMAsCapacity Development Is Important in Asia—A Tool for LeapfrogLow-Carbon Transport in IndiaDomestically vs. Internationally Supported NAMAsTransition to a Low-Carbon Future in China Towards 2 oC Global TargetExternalities of Greenhouse Gas Emission PoliciesPolicy OptionsFostering Capacity Development for Asia's LeapfrogTechnology and Finance for a Low-Carbon SocietyReduction of Dependency on Natural Forests for Wood Supply and Sink EnhancementRevised Alternative Energy Development Plan: AEDP 2012–2021Framework for Thailand's NAMAsEconomic Assessment of Domestic and Internationally Supported NAMAsKey Messages to PolicymakersResponsibility of Developing Countries
 
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