Cooperative Climate: Energy Efficiency Action in East Asia
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The purpose of this book is to identify a promising modality of energy efficiency cooperation within East Asia. Energy efficiency is of interest to all countries in the region, and a key pillar for climate change mitigation. In order to explore cooperation opportunities in greater detail, international research experts collaborated for one year. This book is the product of their collaboration. Published by the International Institute for Sustainable Development for Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan; and the University of San Francisco, United States.
Table of Contents
Part I: Introduction
- Chapter 1. Climate Change,Asian Economy, Energy and Policy, by Taishi Sugiyama
- Chapter 2.The Need for Energy Efficiency Cooperation, by Taishi Sugiyama, GÃ¸rild Heggelund and Takahiro Ueno
Part II: Existing Energy Efficiency Cooperation in East Asia
- Chapter 3. Cooperation Structure:The Growing Role of Independent Cooperation Networks, by Stephanie Ohshita, Steve Wiel and GÃ¸rild Heggelund
- Chapter 4.Cooperation Mechanisms:A Shift Toward Policy Development Cooperation, by Stephanie Ohshita
- Chapter 5.Cooperation Targets: From Industry to Energy Services, by Stephanie Ohshita, Alan Meier, Steve Wiel and GÃ¸rild Heggelund
Part III.Proposal for a New Energy Efficiency Policy Development Fund
- Chapter 6.The Fund Proposal, by Taishi Sugiyama, Steve Wiel,Alan Meier and Jonathan Sinton
Authors: Taishi Sugiyama, Stephanie Ohshita, Steve Wiel, GÃ¸rild Heggelund, Alan Meier and Jonathan Sinton