Measurement of Importance of 11 Sustainability Criteria based on Indirect Stated Preference Approach and Comparison among Four Asian Countries

Tomohiro Tasaki

National Institute for Environmental Studies

Tomohiro TASAKI, Ph.D., head of the Sustainable Material Cycle Systems Section at the National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) and a visiting professor at the University of Tokyo, Japan. His academic background includes bothsystems engineering and policy science. His work is mainly focused on the 3Rs (reduce, reuse and recycle) of waste and environmental product policy as well as circular economy. He has been applying the methodologies of material flow analysis and policy comparison to evaluate and design recycling policy toward circular economy.

Abstract

In the development of a country, what aspect is more important than another? The concept of “sustainable development” puts importance on sustainability of a society as an important aspect, and Daly (1990) presented three... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Tomohiro Tasaki (National Institute for Environmental Studies)
  2. Yasuko Kameyama (National Institute for Environmental Studies)
  3. Ryo Tajima (National Institute for Environmental Studies)

Topic Areas

• United Nations Sustainable Development Goals , • Sustainability and resilience metrics

Session

WS-12 » Industrial Ecology & UN Sustainable Development Goals (11:30 - Wednesday, 28th June, Room I)

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