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TAKAKURA Junya

Researcher Name
TAKAKURA Junya
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research(Trans-boundary Impacts & Mitigation Modeling Section)/Researcher
Research Subject
Economic assessment of adaptation and mitigation measures to the climate change
Degree(s)
Doctor of Design
Professional Qualification(s)
Psychology,Anthropology,Information Science
Environmental Speciality Field
effects of climate change,adaptation and mitigation
Keyword(s)
human behavior modeling,physiological anthropology
Membership of Academic Society
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers,Japan Society of Physiological Anthropology,The Behaviormetric Society of Japan,Human Behavior & Evolution Society of Japan
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2019
    • 24697 : Environment-Economy-Society Integration Research Program
    • 24709 : Studies of Global Climate Risks Based on Integrated Assessment of Climate Change Projections, Impact and Response Options
    • 24729 : Studies on Development of Global and Asian Sustainability Scenarios
    • 24867 : Assessment of further reduction of GHG emissions in Asian countries and benefit to Japan by assisting their reduction efforts
    • 24957 : Development of new Approaches to Environmental Economics and Evaluation
    • 24998 : Support for climate change impact assessment with the purpose of provincial adaptation plan development in Indonesia
    • 24999 : Support for climate change impact assessment in Vietnam
    • 25066 : Assessment of climate change mitigation, impacts, and adaptation by using a computable general equilibrium model
    • 25067 : Research on development of an integrated assessment model incorporating global-scale climate change mitigation and adaptation
    • 25068 : Modelling of national greenhouse gas emission mitigation policies and the relationship with global low emission pathways 
  • Fiscal Year: 2018
    • 24292 : Studies of global climate risks based on integrated assessment of climate change projections, impact and response options
    • 24312 : Studies on development of global and Asian sustainability scenarios
    • 24356 : Environment-Economy-Society Integration Research Program
    • 24547 : Modelling of national greenhouse gas emission mitigation policies and the relationship with global low emission pathways 
    • 24596 : Research on Development of an Integrated Assessment Model incorporating Global-scale Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
    • 24597 : Assessment of Climate Change Mitigation, Impacts, and Adaptation by using a Computable General Equilibrium Model
  • Fiscal Year: 2017
    • 23816 : Studies on development of global and Asian sustainability scenarios
    • 23836 : Studies of global climate risks based on integrated assessment of climate change projections, impact and response options
    • 23846 : Environment-Economy-Society Integration Research Program
    • 24155 : Research on Development of an Integrated Assessment Model incorporating Global-scale Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
    • 24156 : Assessment of Climate Change Mitigation, Impacts, and Adaptation by using a Computable General Equilibrium Model
  • Fiscal Year: 2016
    • 23400 : Studies of global climate risks based on integrated assessment of climate change projections, impact and response options
    • 23423 : Environment-Economy-Society Integration Research Program
    • 23424 : Studies on development of global and Asian sustainability scenarios
    • 23510 : Assessment of Climate Change Mitigation, Impacts, and Adaptation by using a Computable General Equilibrium Model
    • 23512 : Research on Development of an Integrated Assessment Model incorporating Global-scale Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
    • 23556 : Research on Evaluation of Mitigation Strategies to achieve Long-term Reduction Targets of Greenhouse Gases in Japan and the World
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