Global Carbon Project Tsukuba International Office

The Global Carbon Project launched the Urban and Regional Carbon Management (URCM) initiative in 2005. URCM is a place-based and policy relevant initiative aimed at promoting sustainable, low-carbon, and climate-resilient urban development. Besided conducting research in various areas related to urban and regional carbon management, URCM is active in networking and coordinating conferences and international workshops. The most recent international workshop of URCM entitled Climate Compatible Urban Development: Towards Developing Assessment Framework for Cities took place in Bangkok from 12–13 March 2013. This workshop was successful in setting the context for development of an integrated assessment system for guiding climate-compatible and resilient urban development.

Upcoming Events

Workshop on Practice and Research in Urban Sustainability Assessment

August 17–18, 2016

Venue: Lecture Room 141, Faculty of Engineering Building 14, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo

Organized in collaboration with International Association for Impact Assessment Japan Branch and Urban Land Use Planning Unit, Department of Urban Engineering, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

GCP-WUDAPT Workshop on Global Urban Carbon Mapping: For Contribution to Future Earth Knowledge Action Networks

June 29 – July 1, 2016

Hotel Freienhof Thun, Switzerland

Organized by Global Carbon Project in collaboration with:
World Urban Database and Access Portal Tools (WUDAPT) and Future Earth

Latest Events

Workshop on Tools and Indicators for Assessing Urban Resilience

December 7-10, 2015, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Organized by Global Carbon Project-Tsukuba International office
In collaboration with APN, UGEC, WUDAPT and IR3S

Workshop on negative emissions: Bridging societal and mitigation needs

September 2–5, 2015, Hokkaido University, Japan

GCP Workshop at Toyota High-level Symposium on Sustainable Cities

January 15–16, 2015, Toyota, Japan

Organized by Global Carbon Project-Tsukuba International office