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INDEX
  1. #9: IPCC scenarios and Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM)
  2. Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis
  3. Direct Observations of Recent Climate Change (1)
  4. Direct Observations of Recent Climate Change (2)
  5. Global mean temperature
  6. Land surface temperatures are rising faster than SSTs
  7. Arctic vs Global annual temperature anomalies
  8. Proportion of heavy rainfalls: increasing in most land areas
  9. Land precipitation is changing significantly over broad areas
  10. Drought is increasing most places
  11. Circulation change
  12. Warm nights are increasing; cold nights decreasing
  13. Heat waves are increasing: an example
  14. Snow cover and Arctic sea ice are decreasing
  15. Glaciers and frozen ground are receding
  16. Direct Observations of Recent Climate Change (3)
  17. A Paleoclimatic Perspective
  18. Human and Natural Drivers of Climate Change
  19. Glacial-Interglacial Ice Core Data
  20. Volcanic aerosols
  21. Global-average radiative forcing estimates and ranges
  22. Observed widespread warming
  23. Attribution
  24. Understanding and Attributing Climate Change
  25. Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity
  26. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (1)
  27. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (2)
  28. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (3)
  29. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (4)
  30. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (5)
  31. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (6)
  32. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (7)
  33. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (8)
  34. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (9)
  35. Projections of Future Changes in Climate (10)
  36. Watch out for
  37. Questions and Answers
  38. IPCC scenarios and Asia-Pacific Integrated Model (AIM)
  39. Presentation Agenda
  40. Why Integrated Environment Assessment?
  41. Multiple Interfaces of Environment Assessment
  42. What to Integrate?
  43. Why Integrated Assessment?
  44. Why Integrated Assessment Models?
  45. What is Integrated Assessment of Climate Change?
  46. Climate Issues
  47. Integrated Climate Change Dimensions
  48. Integrated Framework for Climate Change
  49. What is AIM Model and its Component Models?
  50. The Asia-Pacific Integrated Model
  51. Integrated Assessment Model of Climate Change:The AIM Approach
  52. AIM Component Models
  53. What kind of results and insights do Integrated Assessment?
  54. IPCC Scenario Development
  55. Socioeconomic development scenarios for climate change prediction
  56. A1: high growth
  57. A2: cultural pluralism
  58. B1: recycle-based
  59. B2: regional coexistence
  60. A1: high growth
  61. B1: recycle-based
  62. CO2 Emission Scenarios
  63. Linkages of AIM models
  64. AIM/Climate
  65. Temperature change between 1990 and 2100
  66. Climate change in Asian-Pacific countries from 1990 to 2100, increase in DJF
  67. Outline of the Crop Productivity Model
  68. Wheat productivity change in some countries from 1990 to 2100
  69. Wheat productivity change in India from 1990 to 2100, with CO2 fertilization
  70. Change of country population ratio living in Malarial epidemic area from 1990 to 2100
  71. AIM Modules and Their Links
  72. Impacts of emission reduction on global climate and global economy in year 2100
  73. Target Country (tentative)
  74. CO2 emissions
  75. Effects of Environmental Investments
  76. Science of Low-Carbon Society (LCS) Scenario Development
  77. Japan Low Carbon Society Scenarios toward 2050
  78. Visions we prepared two different but likely future societies for Japan
  79. Visions and Innovations
  80. Residential sector Energy reduction potential: 40-50%
  81. GHG 70% reduction in 2050 Scenario A: Vivid Techno-driven Society
  82. MIND THE GAP
  83. GHG 70% reduction in 2050 Scenario A: Vivid Techno-driven Society
  84. MIND THE GAP
  85. Current Society/2050 Society
  86. What do we need?Focal point for designing roadmaps
  87. How to achieve Low-Carbon Life?
  88. Sequence is important!
  89. Time-line occupies important place in options!
  90. A Dozen Actions towards Low-Carbon Societies
  91. 1. Comfortable and Green Built Environment
  92. Backcast Model: Overview
  93. CO2 reduction wedge for LCS
  94. Anticipated results of Backcast model:Roadmap: Action 1
  95. If we start late, GDP Loss will be huge
  96. Japan LCS research project and Japanese CC policy
  97. Low-Carbon Asia scenarios study
  98. LCS is not only to avoid dangerous climate change, but to...
  99. Expectations on UNEP/GEO5: "How to deploy LCS study to real world?"
  100. What gift can you provide for our future?
  101. What gift can we provide for our future?