Noriko Nozaki

Noriko Nozaki
National Agriculture and Food Research Organization | NARO

Ph.D. in Environmental Studies

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As environmental problems, such as global warming and ozone layer depletion, have a significant influence on various ecosystems, it is imperative to examine this relationship in depth. This is especially true for specific ecosystems, such as lakes, and the environmental problems affecting them. In this study, we propose a synthesized environment ma...
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In the early 2000s, Japan instituted the Great Heisei Consolidation, a national strategy to promote large-scale municipal mergers. This study analyzes the impact that this strategy could have on watershed management. We select the Lake Kasum-igaura Basin, the second largest lake in Japan, for the case study and construct a dynamic expanded input-ou...
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In this study, we present an expanded input-output model, which determines the optimal level of economic activities and their lowest emission of air pollutants. The objective is to maximize the welfare function with respect to the emission taxes, being subject to the emission standards of the air pollutants. By making the emission standards strict...
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China once again promises to manage energy consumption and peak CO2 emission around 2030 in Paris Agreement in 2016 that expresses her ambition of mitigating emission. Using renewable energy to optimize energy structure is recognized as effective countermeasure to reduce GHG emission. Additionally, it is inevitable that improving energy efficiency...
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Enhancing resource productivity is effective to improve trade-off between the environment and economy. For minimizing consumption of natural resources required for economic activities, it is necessary to strengthen both material recycling and energy utilization, which reduce final disposal amount and return waste to economic activities as resource....
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A growing population and urbanization is a challenge for finite natural resources. Without strict regulation to recycle, recover and reuse resources, waste is discarded with no value. Every year throughout the world, more than twenty-five million vehicles turn into end-of-life vehicles (ELV) and most of their valuable resources end up in landfill s...
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Environmental policies are designed to deal with externalities either by internalizing environmental costs or imposing specific standards for environmental pollution. This study aims to examine the impact of environmental regulations related to End-of-Life Vehicles (ELV) on innovation in Japan. We determined whether there is any statistical differe...
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A unique GHG emission decline target was released by the Chinese government to facilitate the decrease in GHG emission per unit of GDP in China. In other words, an increase in GHG is permitted under a GDP reflecting a better quality environment quality. Therefore, technology promotion and policy evolution are necessary to realize this within a limi...
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A unique GHG emission decline target was released by the Chinese government to facilitate the decrease in GHG emission per unit of GDP in China. In other words, an increase in GHG is permitted under a GDP reflecting a better quality environment quality. Therefore, technology promotion and policy evolution are necessary to realize this within a limi...
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A unique GHG emission decline target was released by the Chinese government to facilitate the decrease in GHG emission per unit of GDP in China. In other words, an increase in GHG is permitted under a GDP reflecting a better quality environment quality. Therefore, technology promotion and policy evolution are necessary to realize this within a limi...
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Along with its impressive economic growth China has experienced not only serious environmental pollution but also a very rapid increase in Green House Gas emissions and is now the largest emitter of CO 2. Together with the power and steel sectors the transportation sector is the main contributor to CO 2 emissions. In addition the transportation sec...
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Implementing an effective solid waste management program has become a difficult challenge in many developing countries. In most cases, local authorities lack the capacity to collect all the waste generated, let alone facilitate appropriate disposal. Street littering, illegal dumping and associated health and amenity impacts exacerbate these problem...
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A rapid expansion of the human activity in recent years has become to face the new barrier of environmental issues with overwhelming happiness and benefit. Environmental problems are the results of the loss of global balance between the environmental burdens by human activity and processing capacities of the nature. As a high population and high ec...

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To develop waste management model for management of waste in developing countries by analyzing successful stories of developed countries