The Journal of Global Environmental Studies

Digital Version of the Journal Global Environmental Studies Now Available

The Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies (GENV) was established in April 2005 as an independent graduate school founded on inter-disciplinary approaches to academia and research. Since the first graduating class of 2007, our graduates have gone on to pursue diverse careers in the environmental field, both in Japan and internationally.

To ensure the work of our graduates is shared with incoming students to our graduate school, other researchers of global environmental studies and those from civil society interested in environmental issues, GENV initiated the Journal of Global Environmental Studies in 2007. To commemorate the school’s 10th year anniversary, GENV will begin publishing a digital version of the journal. Students’ work from both the Japanese and International program will now be available in a timely manner and GENV hopes their work contributes to furthering environmental dialogues and our understanding of the complex environmental challenges our global society faces.

Regarding journal access, the digital version can be accessed from computers on campus.

The Journal of Global Environmental Studies

Issue No. 18 (published November 2023)

  Title Name
第1巻* 世界遺産におけるエコツーリズムとSDGs要素の考察 WU XUAN
第2巻 Investigation of Microplastic Influx into Lake Tega from Inflow Rivers HUANG XINMING
第3巻 Achieve the Sustainable Rural Domestic Sewage Treatment in China : A Lesson on Japan’s Experience JIA YISHI
第4巻 Efficient and Clean Utilisation of Coal Analysing The Perspectives of Coal-Fired Power Plants in China LIU JIAJUN
第5巻 The Impact of Guiyang Subway Construction on Air Environment and Economic Value of Atmospheric Improvement ZHANG MINGFENG
第6巻 Technological Innovation in the New Energy Vehicles Industry: Analyzing the Influences of Chinese Industry Policies on the Technological Innovation System of the New Energy Vehicles LU JIARUN
第7巻 Estimation of the carbon footprint from campus mobility: The case of Sophia University in Japan. FELIPE SANABRIA MARTINEZ

*written in Japanese

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