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In Energy Policy

An online social survey was conducted to reveal household electricity-saving behaviour and its relationship with participation in social group activities, as well as face-to-face...

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English
December 2012
In Environmental Science & Policy

This study uses an experimental social survey in two large Japanese cities to explore
citizens’ attitudes toward international voluntary carbon offsetting that encourages low...

Author: 
Takaaki
KATO
Peer-reviewed Article
English
November 2012
In Journal of Cleaner Production

This study measures industrial energy saving activities (ESAs) in the Republic of Korea and identifies their determinant factors by a questionnaire survey to the energy-intensive...

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English
October 2012 Topics:
In Desalination

This study is an effort to trace the implication of tidal fluctuation on coastal groundwater quality for different
aquifers in case of Saijo plain, western Japan, through...

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April 2012 Topics:
In Journal of Cleaner Production

This paper seeks to measure industrial energy saving activities (ESAs) and identify their major determinant factors by an empirical study of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs...

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Dongjie Niu, Cunkuan Bao
Tomohiro Shishime
Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2012
In Energy Policy

The conventional pricing mechanism used for electricity systematically hides huge
investment risks which are embedded in the overall cost of production. Although consumers are...

Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2012
In Resources, Conservation and Recycling

This study investigates how markets for different levels of copper purity are interrelated by testing the long-run price linkage and causalities among the copper futures, primary,...

Peer-reviewed Article
English
November 2011
In Resources Policy

This study tests whether an international market exists in the platinum-group metal (PGM) futures markets. For this purpose, we tested the law of one price (LOP) and the causality...

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English
November 2011
In Energy Policy

This study explores the motivation of domestic and international interregional collaboration on climate change mitigation through carbon crediting by Japanese local governments,...

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Takaaki
KATO
Peer-reviewed Article
English
July 2011
In Waste Management

This review paper summarizes the existing knowledge on the chemical hazards associated with recycling and other end-of-life treatment options of waste electrical and electronic...

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Tsydenova, Oyuna
Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2011
In Ecological Economics

The calculation of national ecological footprints usingworld average productivities can lead to biased results due to the neglect of spatial variation in in-situ ecological impacts...

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English
January 2011
In Journal of Cleaner Production

Using China’s environmental statistical data set for the period 2001e2006, this paper presents an extensive empirical analysis of the relationships among citizens’ environmental...

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Yanli Dong, Masanobu Ishikawa, Shigeyuki Hamori
Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2011
In Energy Policy

This paper examines CO2 emissions embodied in Japan-China trade. Besides directly quantifying the flow of CO2 emissions between the two countries by using a traditional input-output...

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Masanobu Ishikawa
Can Wang
Yanli Dong
Wenling Liu
Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2010
In Journal of Cleaner Production

This paper analyzes the functions of a government-oriented disclosure program in China, which rates company environmental performance into five colors and discloses the results to...

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Qinqin Yu
Tetsuro Fujitsuka
Beibei Liu
Jun Bi
Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2010
In Journal of Cleaner Production

This paper develops an analytical framework based on the reasoned action theory and discusses the environmental activism (EA) of residents living close to the polluting companies....

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Can Wang
Tetsuro Fujitsuka
Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2010
In Journal of Environmental Management

Environmentalism in China is under transformation from the traditional command and control model to emphasize the advantages of economic tools and encourage the participation of the...

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Beibei Liu
Qinqin Yu
Jun Bi
Tetsuro Fujitsuka
Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2010
In Energy Policy

By using the latest China–Japan input–output data sets and the index decomposition analysis (IDA) approach, this article analyzes the driving forces of CO2 emissions embodied in...

Author: 
Dong Yanli
Ishikawa Masanobu
Wang Can
Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2010
Biofuels and resource use efficiency in developing Asia: Back to basics
In Applied Energy

In Asia, as elsewhere in the world, countries rushed to promote biofuels during the dramatic oil price increases of 2007-2008 as way to enhance energy security, without waiting for...

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English
November 2009
In Applied Energy

Japan has developed a variety of national strategies and plans related to biofuels which address four main policy objectives, including reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions,...

Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2009
In Journal of Cleaner Production

In order to help understand the environmental disclosure mechanism from the corporate perspective, this paper identifies the determinant factors affecting the disclosure level of...

Peer-reviewed Article
English
January 2009

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