Environmental Policy Laboratory
Thinking about what is social happiness from environmental viewpoints
Environmental problems are intricately intertwined with social and economic problems and involve many people from various fields. Because of this, to solve environmental problems, it is necessary to make coordination among people concerned, who come from different sectors and have different views about how such problems occur, if we want to reach a consensus. Our laboratory is studying social systems and policies to solve problems based on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (which set 2030 as the target year) and by taking approaches transcending academic boundaries.
|Affiliation||Planning, Architecture and Environmental Systems|
|Faculty Name||SODENO, Reiko|
|Academic Society||Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies|
Japan Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management
Japan Society of Civil Engineers
|Keyword|| Environmental policies, Low-carbon society, Recycling-based society, Environmental improvements, Sustainable, Wastes|
- Public policies
- Environmental engineering
For SocietyWe cannot solve problems even with excellent technologies if we do not have appropriate social systems. Our research results, such as the analysis of surveyed data and pertinent problems will help the central and local governments study policies.
- Research on the localization process of and policy-making relating to attaining SDGs at local governments.
- Research on factors that have impacts on human behaviors when considering the environment
- Research on social systems for managing hazardous wastes for an extended period of time