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目次

  • Introduction
    • 1.Earth as the Object of Human Activities
    • 2.Traces of Economic Prosperity
    • 3.The Emergence of Environmental Problems
    • 4.The Advent of Limits to Growth
  • Chapter 1 Sustainability as a Global Problem
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Sustainability of Forests
    • 3.Deforestation and Reforestation
    • 4.How Could Human Beings Be Agents for Forests?
    • 5.Anthropocentrism vs.Ecocentrism
    • 6.One‐way Change of Human Sphere vs.Circulation of the Biosphere
    • 7.Unconventional International Actors
    • 8.Montreal Protocol:Unconventional Political Process
    • 9.Conclusions
  • Chapter 2 Energy Crisis as a Global Problem
    • 1.The Energy Crisis
    • 2.Oilfields
    • 3.Coal Eliminated the Limitation Imposed by Land Area
    • 4.Discovery of Oil and the Great Game
    • 5.“The Great Game”Goes Global
    • 6.The Autumn of American Oil
    • 7.Chinese Energy Consumption
    • 8.Conclusion
  • Chapter 3 Economics and Environmental Policy
    • 1.Fundamental Features of Modern Economic Systems
    • 2.Externality and Environmental Problems
    • 3.The Tragedy of the Commons
    • 4.Some Remarks about Environmental Policies
    • Appendix 1.Conditions of Macroeconomic Equilibrium and Structural Change
    • Appendix 2.Supply and Profit
    • Appendix 3.The Tragedy of the Commons
    • Appendix 4.The Prisoner’s Dilemma and the Nash Equilibrium
  • Chapter 4 Environmental Policies in the EU
    • 1.The EU,a sui generis Political Community
    • 2.Background of the Environmental Policies of the EU
    • 3.Identification of Environmental Issues in EU Policies
    • 4.Basic Philosophy of EU Environmental Policies
    • 5.EU Policies Concerned with the Environment
    • 6.Role of the EU in International Negotiations
    • 7.Unresolved Issues in the Environmental Policies of the EU
    • 8.Summary
  • Chapter 5 Japan’s Endeavors to Reduce Environmental Pollution and Create a Sustainable Society
    • 1.Environmental Pollution in Japan:A Historical Overview
    • 2.Japan’s Efforts to Achieve a Sustainable Society
    • 3.The Role of the University to Achieve a Sustainable Society and Hokkaido University’s Efforts
    • 4.Conclusions
  • Chapter 6 Energy Policy Reforms and the Promotion of Renewable Energy
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.A Detailed Damage Investigation and the Publication of the Results
    • 3.The Problems of Energy Policy that Emerged after March 11
    • 4.Nuclear Power Generation Is Not Cheap
    • 5.The Incalculable Cost of Accidents at Nuclear Power Generation Plants
    • 6.Japan’s Energy Balance Flow
    • 7.Decommissioning Nuclear Power Plants and Independent Nuclear Safety Regulations
    • 8.Why Denuclearization?
    • 9.Changing to an Energy Base Load Supply with a Reduced Environmental Load
    • 10.The Promotion of Renewable Energy:The Generation and Cogeneration of Local Sources of Energy by Taking Advantage of Local Conditions
    • 11.Implications of the Feed‐in Tariff
    • 12.The Implication of an Environment Tax
    • 13.Conclusion:Reductions in Carbon Dioxide and Garbage,and a Policy for Reducing Sapporo’s(and Hokkaido’s)Dependence on Nuclear Power