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二酸化炭素回収・貯留に関する IPCC 特別報告書(日本語版)
二酸化炭素回収・貯留に関する IPCC 特別報告書(日本語版)

4th September 2013

Organisation(s): United Nations Environment Programme

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Use and storage (CCUS)

本作業の準備にあたり、2002年の総会において、第3作業部会(Working Group III)の後援と、第1・第2作業部会(Working Groups I and II)からの情報提供を受けながら、IPCCがワークショッ プを開催すべきであるとの手順の推奨が決定された。ワークショップは2002年11月にカナダの Reginaで開催された(IPCC, 2002)。技術報告書の作成、特別報告書の作成、第四次評価報告書完 成まで全ての行動の延期、の3つのオプションがワークショップで検討された。熱心な討論の末、ワークショップはIPCCに対し、CO2回収・貯留に関する特別報告書を作成するよう助言すること を決定した。

2003年2月の気候変動に関する政府間パネル総会(IPCC's Plenary Meeting)において、パネル はCO2回収・貯留に関連する問題の重要性を理解し、大気中のCO2を回収し天然の貯留層に貯留す ることに関する技術的、科学的及び社会経済的な影響を評価するために、特別報告書を作成する ことが最適であると決定した。パネルは上記報告書の作業開始を正式に承認し、2005年を公開の 目標とした。

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Insights from interviews, a survey and a workshop with potential end-users of the global atlas for solar and wind energy
Insights from interviews, a survey and a workshop with potential end-users of the global atlas for solar and wind energy

1st June 2013

Organisation(s): International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), United Nations Environment Programme

Topic(s): Public engagement, Renewables, Solar energy, Wind energy

The Global Renewable Energy Atlas is an open-access on-line resource intended to support well-informed energy policy and investment decisions. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) have compiled feedback from end-users during this first phase to provide guidance for subsequent Global Atlas expansion. This joint report compiles responses and makes recommendations from extensive end-user consultations.

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The natural fix? The role of ecosystems in climate mitigation
The natural fix? The role of ecosystems in climate mitigation

1st January 2009

Organisation(s): United Nations Environment Programme

Topic(s): Health, safety and environment

Large cuts in emissions of greenhouse gases are needed if we are to avoid the worst effects of global climate change. This Rapid Assessment Report describes the vital contributions which ecosystems can and must make to improve these efforts. It presents carbon capture and storage through a Green Economy lens, outlining the potential in terms of natural systems, from forests to grasslands which have been doing the job in a tried and tested way for millennia. Currently the world's ecosystems instead of maintaining and enhancing nature's carbon capture and storage capacity, are being depleted at an alarming rate. This authoritative report, compiled for World Environment Day on 5th June, underlines a far greater potential across a wider suite of natural systems: a potential to not only combat climate change and climate-proof vulnerable economies but to also accelerate sustainable development and the achievement of the poverty related Millennium Development Goals.

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