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

Social AspectNeed for AssessmentGood Practices of Science-Based Climate Policy Development Making Progress in AsiaEnhanced RelationshipsScenarios Analysis and Comparative AssessmentStructure of GHG Emission Mitigation OptionsKey Message to PolicymakersLow-Carbon Policies on Forest and Land Use SectorFactors Causing Uncertainty in the Modelling AnalysisCO2 Emissions and Mitigation OptionsRelated Activities and International CooperationCapacity Development on GHG Inventories in AsiaWGIA-EFDB (Emission Factors Database)Reduction of Dependency on Natural Forests for Wood Supply and Sink EnhancementFinancial Policy for Development of FMUsCo-Benefits of Thailand's NAMAsKey Message to Policy MakersFeasibility of Reducing GHG Emissions by 68 %AchievementsFramework for Thailand's NAMAsEnvironmentKey Message to PolicymakersOne Part of the National SystemIncentive and Financial Policies for Conserving Forest Carbon and Land SwapImplementation of a Climate Change Mechanism in ThailandThe Social ImpactAn Opportunity to Leapfrog by Integrating Knowledge and Wisdom In-CountryNAMA Pledge to UNFCCCKey Factors in the Low-Emission PathwayLow-Carbon Comprehensive Mobility Plan ToolkitEighty Percent Reduction Scenario in JapanBuilding Consensus Among NAMA Stakeholders in ThailandTransport Scenarios for IndiaCase 2: Auto Fuel Policy (AFP)Externalities of Greenhouse Gas Emission PoliciesSelection and Assessment CriteriaThailand's 20-Year Energy Efficiency Development PlanFrom Research to Policy and ImplementationTechnology and Finance for a Low-Carbon SocietyEnvironmental AspectAchievements of WGIAIncentive System for CertificationFuture PlanGreenhouse Gas Emissions from Different SectorsGHG Inventory in International NegotiationsOther activities of WGIANational Electric Mobility Mission PlanThe Role of Greenhouse Gas Inventory Office of Japan (GIO)Decoupling of GHG and GDPAbout Low Carbon Society Blueprint for Iskandar Malaysia 2025Emission ScenariosGHG Reduction Potential in AsiaCriteria/Selection of CO2 CountermeasuresStructure of Extended Snapshot (ExSS) ToolMainstreaming Rail and Water in Interregional TransportGHG Emissions in Iskandar MalaysiaTransport Policies in IndiaDeforestation and Trend of CO2 EmissionLow-Carbon Energy System Using Local ResourcesBackgroundCase 1: Delhi MetroNet Social Cost of CarbonThe Impact on the EnvironmentWebsite and Mailing ListSelection of Priority Areas and Measures to Reduce Emissions of Greenhouse GasesForest Certification SystemKey Messages to PolicymakersEconomic Assessment of Domestic and Internationally Supported NAMAsKey Message to PolicymakersOverview of Energy, Environment and Socio-Economic FactorsLessons LearntContents of WGIAThe Problems of Hunger Eradication and Poverty ReductionTransparent and Fair Governance That Supports Low-Carbon AsiaFinancing and Incentive Policies for Supporting the Implementation of SFM and REDD+China's Emission ScenariosSustainable Forestry ManagementLevel of Low-Carbon Society ImplementationHow to Achieve 80 % Reduction Target in JapanTransport Policy at the National and Subnational LevelsKey Message to Policy MakersFostering Capacity Development for Asia's LeapfrogThailand's GHG EmissionsDesigning a National Policy Framework for Thailand's NAMAsSharing Information Such as Sector-Specific Issues and General Issues of GHG InventoryStructure and Trends in Greenhouse Gas Emissions in VietnamTrends in Emissions from Different SectorsIndonesian ForestIII Best Practices and Recommendations in Each Sector to Make It HappenGHG Emissions in VietnamPolicy Design for Low Carbon Society Blueprint in Iskandar MalaysiaLayout of Roadmap to Thailand NAMA 2020How Can Asia Leapfrog to a Low-Carbon Society?Success of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Projects in ThailandLessons for VietnamJapan's Strategies to Support Scientific Climate Policymaking in AsiaForest Management Units (FMUs)The Rise of ASEANIdentification of External Impacts of GHG Emission Reduction PoliciesOther Air Pollutant EmissionsPotential of Low-Carbon Development in Vietnam, from Practices to Legal FrameworkJapan's Support for Climate Policies in AsiaMethodology FrameworkFrom the Kyoto Protocol to Middle-Term TargetUtilise Asia's Full Force and Make the Leap to Stablise the ClimateCo-benefits of MitigationThailand Power Development Plan (PDP) 2010–2030Key Message to PolicymakersResponsibility of Developing CountriesRelationship Between Thailand's Energy Policy and Climate ChangeHierarchically Connected Compact CitiesThe Total Amount and Level of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in VietnamAIM/Enduse Modelling of Thailand's Energy SystemEnergy DemandReducing Costs and Losses from Climate Change ImpactsSmart Ways to Use Materials That Realize the Full Potential of ResourcesIncentive and Financial Policy for AcceleratingKey Messages to Policy MakersThailand's Energy SectorGlobal Emission Scenarios and Regional AllocationLatest Workshop on GHG Inventories in Asia (WGIA12), 2014Revised Alternative Energy Development Plan: AEDP 2012–2021Economic AspectMRV of Thailand's NAMAs: The Road to SuccessNetworksRegional DevelopmentoC Target and Mitigation in Japan in 2050Transition to a Low-Carbon Future in China Towards 2 oC Global TargetDedicated Freight Corridor (DFC)Scenarios DescriptionCapacity Development Is Important in Asia—A Tool for LeapfrogI Asia Is a Key for a Sustainable Low-Carbon SocietyAssessment Methodology and Model SystemKey Message to Policy MakersSeeking Financial SupportBeyond Science and Policymaking: Implementing the LCSBP-IM2025Energy-Saving Spaces Utilizing Sunlight and WindStructure and Mechanisms of Capacity DevelopmentGHG Reduction by Introducing “Ten Actions”Low-Carbon Transport in IndiaReduction of Pressure on Natural Forest by Optimizing Land Use and Improving Land ProductivityScience-to-Policy Approach to Designing the LCSBP-IM2005Key Message to Policy MakersEnergy Security AspectScience-Based Policy Formulation: LoCARNet Research and Policy Integration ActivitiesNAMA and CO2 Mitigation StrategyII Bridging the Gap Between Modeling and Real Policy DevelopmentIskandar Malaysia (IM) in BriefIndia's GHG Emission Reduction and Sustainable DevelopmentThe Power of AsiaIdentifying Technical Solutions—Technology Priorities in Reducing Greenhouse Gas EmissionsTen Actions to Achieve the Low-Carbon Society in AsiaJapan's Comprehensive and Continual Support Package for the CreationEnvironmental Sustainable Transport SystemHistory of WGIAIntegrating Low Carbon Society Blueprint into Existing Policy FrameworkEnergy SecurityLow-Emission Agricultural Technologies'Science to Action' of the Sustainable Low Carbon City-regionKnowledge-Sharing PlatformInternational Cooperation for Knowledge-Sharing Towards Realising a Low-Carbon AsiaCreating LCS Scenarios – The Extended Snapshot (ExSS) ToolThe Impact on Energy SecurityDesigning a National Policy Framework for NAMAs Potential of Reducing GHG Emission from REDD+ Activities in IndonesiaLow Carbon Society (LCS)Current Transport Scenario in IndiaKey Message to Policy MakersLocal Production and Local Consumption of BiomassSelection of Priority AreasMechanism of Knowledge DisseminationThe Impact of MacroeconomicsThe Impact on EmploymentPrimary Energy Supply and Final Energy ConsumptionModel and ScenariosBus Rapid Transit SystemScope of Scientific Climate PolicyDomestically vs. Internationally Supported NAMAsKey Message to Policy MakersThe Low Carbon Asia Research Network (LoCARNet)Policy OptionsThe Objective of WGIAGHG Emission Mitigation Options
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