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    1 : SUCCESS STORIES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Dr. Aida Karazhanova NSDS Project Secretariat AIT-UNEP RRC.AP 27-28 October 2008 Media Workshop
    2 : Content
    3 : SD TOOLS
    4 : Relationship of SD Tools
    5 : Relations between SD elements
    6 : Classification of Environmental Policy Instruments (Source: UNEP, 2007. Global Environment Outlook 4)
    7 : Content
    8 : Three Groups of Countries
    9 : Direction Innovation
    10 : 10 Key Sustainable Development Pathways in the Asia & Pacific Sufficiency Economy (Thailand) Gross National Happiness (Bhutan) 3R Waste Management (Japan) National Knowledge Economy (India) Circular Economy (China) Green Growth (China, Korea, Philippines) Leadership by example on innovative polices to achieve SD goals (ref. at EkH ):
    11 : SD Pathways in Asia and the Pacific
    12 : 12 Sustained Growth
    13 : 13 Sustained Growth
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    15 : Content
    16 : Sri Lankan NSDS Bhutan South Asia
    18 : 18 INDIA: Role of Judiciary in Sustainable Development In India the Apex Court –The Supreme Court has established Green Benches for the speedy disposal of Environmental Cases. This Green Bench has appointed an ‘Empowered Committee’ that consists of technical experts who advise the Hon’ court on these issues. The Judiciary in its several judgments over the last years has helped sustainable development: Constitution of an “Afforestation fund” : all money are deposited as environmental charges by user agencies, who are allotted forest land is kept. This money is utilized solely for afforestation issue purposes by the state governments. World famous Taj Mahal area: all Smelting Iron industries in Agra were removed as caused severe Air Pollution and gross damage The conversion of the Road transport system to CNG in Delhi. Strengthening of the legal system for diversion of forest land to non-forestry purposes.
    19 : Sustained Growth Buthan Impacts: Per capita income Life expectancy Infant and maternal mortality rates Health coverage School enrollment Literacy rate
    20 : Central Asia Kazakhstan
    21 : 21 Outcomes: National: NCSD set up in 2004 (4 meeting by Prime Minister) Social Council of MEP with Env NGOs ( ex. Eco code) 8 Water Basin Councils New SDI: Water and energy consumption Subregional Central Asian Environmental Convention REAP trans boundary env. projects; Participatory Planning Key documents: NEAP, Strategic Development Plan of Kazakhstan up to 2010, Industrial Innovational Strategy of RK for 2002-2015, Concept on Environmental Security 2004-2015, Program on Fighting Desertification in 2005-2015, Gender balance strategy for 2006-2016, Concept of Transition to SD 2007-2024, etc. Kazakhstan
    22 : Zones of sustainable ecosystem development (Local Agenda 21 in Kazakhstan)
    23 : Structure of Council Administration of the President Members of the Government Deputies of Mazhilis and Senate of Parliament Representatives of business - sector Local Agencies Scientists The nongovernmental and youth organizations Structure of sustainable development Council Chairman ?SD Chairman assistant Chairman assistant Chairman assistant Kazakhstan
    24 : Capacity of NCSD Increasing of the role of NCSD Strengthening the power Official status and legal authorities Participatory planning Leadership of high level official Creation of working groups Financial support Extended participation of population Kazakhstan
    25 : 3. Financial Support Kazakhstan
    26 : Republic of Korea Mongolia North East Asia
    28 : Strategy Development Process June - Sep 05 Sep 05 - Sep 06 Republic of Korea June 05 2003
    29 : 29 The restoration work for the Cheonggyecheon was focusing on shifting to the paradigm for a sustainable urban development for Seoul, i.e. from a development/vehicle-oriented city to a nature/human-oriented city Past Present By 1945 1958~1977 1990s 2007 Restoration of Cheonggye stream in Seoul
    30 : 30 It was a symbol of poverty and slovenliness, being filled up with trash and wastes. Those living in houses near the stream suffered a lot due to the stench caused by the large amount of wastes flowing into the stream. The multitude of shabby, makeshift houses and the dirty smell was to cover up the stream with concrete. During the 1960s and 1970s, it was regarded as an example of successful industrialization and modernization < By 1945 > < 1958~1977 > Restoring the Cheonggye stream in Seoul
    31 : 31 Then, in the 1980s and 1990s, it came to be regarded as a source of intense traffic, health and environmental issues. Seoul local government restored the Cheonggyecheon and now, The stream regarded as great innovation in urban planning paradigm < 1980s~1990s > < 2007 > Restoring the Cheonggye stream in Seoul
    32 : South East Asia Thailand
    33 : 33 How did the people of Bangkok clean up their mess? A housewife/business woman pulled together a small group of corporate business friends to cooperate in a joint effort to make Bangkok citizens aware of their litter problem and how easily it was to change the situation… Thailand
    34 : 34 Thai Environmental And Community Development Association AH…AH…!! DON’T LITTER MAGIC EYES SEES YOU ! HELP KEEP THAILAND GREEN & CLEAN Thailand
    35 : 35 Magic Eyes Time Line 20 Years 1984 1990 1997 2001 Thailand
    36 : 36 Stop littering Time 1984 2004 - 2005 Support Saleng Recyclers Recycling Markets Zero Waste ? The Magic Eyes Strategy: Starting simple and moving to more complex Example of Evolution Magic Eyes’ Projects Thailand
    37 : New Zealand Australia South Pacific
    38 : Manifesto for Well being Australians are three times richer than their parents in 1950th, but not happier Need for new politics: Values of the Market Individualism Selfishness Materialism Competition Human Values (desirable) Trust Self-restraint Mutual respect Generosity „ “ Australia
    39 : CARBON NEUTRAL NATION Ref: New Zealand Govt, 2007 Overall Goal: Prosperity and Sustainability, Leadership on Energy Security and Climate Change Issues Target New Zealand Generate 90% of electricity from renewable energy sources by 2025 Indicator GHG emissions Policy NZ Energy Strategy to 2050-Towards a sustainable low emission energy system, NZ Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy Framework Competitive Market, Effective Regulation Transport Sector Usage of renewable energy and bio-fuels to reduce reliance on imported fossil fuels Technology Low carbon, cost-effective and applicable in carbon capture and storage, renewable energy and energy efficiency
    40 : 40 Good SDS Practices in Local and Regional Governance Korea: regional governments’ Agenda 21, by the Korean Council for LA21 (here 3 cases: sustainable urbanisation: Cheonggyecheon stream, Green Way, PCSD and NSDS) Kazakhstan: Watershed management from 2006 Viet Nam: Local Agenda 21 China: Local Agenda 21 Nepal: Master Plan for Manang & Mustang districts Japan: Sustainable Urbanization in Kitakushi
    41 : 41 TRAINING MANNUAL Global Trends and Agenda NSDS and NCSDs Existing Policy Frameworks in Asia and Europe Best practices on implementation process Steps to follow the process on NSDS SDI examples
    42 : THANK YOU!

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