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  1. Farai Kapfudzaruwa, Norichika Kanie, Katinka Weinberger, Hein Malle, and Atsushi Ishii, “The Sustainable Development Goals and Regional Institutions: Exploring their Role in Asia and the Pacific”, UNU-IAS Policy Brief #.11, 2017
  2. Mark Stafford-Smith, David Griggs, Owen Gaffney, Farooq Ullah, Belinda Reyers, Norichika Kanie, Bjorn Stigson, Paul Shrivastava, Melissa Leach and Deborah O'connell, Integration: the key to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals, Sustainability Science, July 2016, DOI:10.007/s11625-016-0383-3
  3. Robert Lindner, Norichika Kanie, Mari Kosaka, Maki Koga, Yui Nakagawa, Steven Bernstein, Pam Chasek and Ruben Zondervan, “Building Blocks for the Institutional Architecture of the SDGs Science-Policy Interface (Workshop, 19-20 June 2015, New York)”, POST2015/UNU-IAS Conference Report, July 2016
  4. Ingrid Boas, Frank Biermann, Norichika Kanie, “Cross-sectoral strategies in global sustainability governance: towards a nexus approach”, International Environmental Agreements: Politics and Economics, 29 April 2016, DOI:10.1007/s10784-016-9321-1
  5. Casey Stevens, Norichika Kanie, “The transformative potential of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”, International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 13 April 2016, DOI: 10.1007/s10784-016-9324-y
  6. Norichika Kanie“Governance through Goals-Challenges and Opportunities for the SDGs”, International Scientific Conference: our common future under climate change, UNESCO, Paris, 10 July 2015
  7. Beijia Huang, Norichika Kanie, Masachika Suzuki and Ping Jiang, “Analysis of Economic Incentive Policies for Improving Low Carbon Society--Case Study of Building Industry in China and Japan”, Urban Policy and Research, 33(2) 23 Dec 2014 DOI: 10.1080/08111146.2014.982790
  8. Griggs, Dave, M. Stafford Smith, Johan Rockstrom, Marcus C. Ohman, Owen Gaffney, Gisbert Glaser, Norichika Kanie, Ian Noble, Will Steffen, and Priya Shyamsundar, (2014) ‘An integrated framework for sustainable development goals’, Ecology and Society 19(4), pp.1-24
  9. Norichika Kanie and Casey Stevens, “Sustainability: Call to coordinate actions” Nature, Vol. 514, 567 (30 October 2014)
  10. Stafford Smith, M., Rockstrom, J., Gaffney, O., Shyamsundar, P., Kanie, N., Öhman, M.C., Glaser, G., and Griggs, D. 2014. Supporting the development of the SDGs: Future Earth Policy Brief #1. Future Earth, Paris.
  11. Joyeeta Gupta, Isa Baud, Ralien Bekkers, Steven Bernstein, Ingrid Boas, Vincent Cornelissen, Masahiko Iguchi, Norichika Kanie, Rakhyun E. Kim, Mairon Bastos Lima, Pedi Obani, Petra Schoof, Casey Stevens, and Dylan van Zoomeren, "Sustainable Development Goals and Inclusive Development", POST2015/UNU-IAS Policy Brief #5, September 2014
  12. Steven Bernstein, Joyeeta Gupta, Steinar Andresen, Peter M. Haas, Norichika Kanie, Marcel Kok, Marc A. Levy, and Casey Stevens, "Coherent Governance, the UN and the SDGs", POST2015/UNU-IAS Policy Brief #4, June 2014
  13. Oran R. Young, Arild Underdal, Norichika Kanie, Steinar Andresen, Steven Bernstein, Frank Biermann, Joyeeta Gupta, Peter M. Haas, Masahiko Iguchi, Marcel Kok, Marc Levy, Måns Nilsson,László Pintér and Casey Stevens, "Earth System Challenges and A Multi-layered Approach for the Sustainable Development Goals", POST2015/UNU-IAS Policy Brief #1, May 2014.
  14. Yuto Kitamura, Eri Yamazaki, Norichika Kanie, D. Brent Edwards Jr., Binaya Raj Shivakoti, Bijon Kumer Mitra, Naoya Abe, Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo and Casey Stevens, "Linking Education and Water in the Sustainable Development Goals", POST2015/UNU-IAS Policy Brief #2, May 2014.
  15. Frank Biermann, Casey Stevens, Steven Bernstein, Aarti Gupta, Ngeta Kabiri, Norichika Kanie, Marc Levy, Måns Nilsson, László Pintér, Michelle Scobie, and Oran R. Young, "Integrating Governance into the Sustainable Development Goals", POST2015/UNU-IAS Policy Brief #3, May 2014.
  16. Norichika Kanie, Ruben Zondervan and Casey Stevens, "Ideas on Governance 'of' and 'for' Sustainable Development Goals", POST2015/UNU-IAS Conference Report, May 2014.
  17. Norichika Kanie, Naoya Abe, Masahiko Iguchi, Jue Yang, Ngeta Kabiri, Yuto Kitamura, Shunsuke Mangagi, Ikuho Miyazawa, Simon Olsen, Tomohiro asaki, Taro Yamamoto, Tetsuro Yoshida and Yuka Hayakawa "Integration and Diffusion in Sustainable Development Goals: Learning from the Past, Looking into the Future" Sustainability, Volume 6, Issue 4 (April 2014), pp.1761-1775
  18. Norichika Kanie and Shunsuke Managi "Stimulating a 2015 Climate Deal:governance of low-carbon technology transfer" Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, Springer, March 2014
  19. Norichika Kanie "Challenges in Environmental Regime Building in Asia: Lessons from the Negotiation Process to Enhance Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia (EANET)" (conference paper), ISA Annual Convention Toronto 2014, 26-29 March 2014
  20. Maki Koga and Norichika Kanie "Strengthening Environmental Governance in East Asia: A Case for Transboundary Air Pollution" (conference paper), ISA Annual Convention Toronto 2014, 26-29 March 2014
  21. N. Kanie, P. M. Haas, S. Andresen, G. Auld, B. Cashore, P. S. Chasek, J. A. Puppim de Oliveira, S. Renckens, O. Schram Stokke, C. Stevens, S. D. VanDeveer and M. Iguchi, “Green Pluralism: Lessons for Improved Environmental Governance in the 21st Century” Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, Volume 55, Issue 5, 2013, pp.14-30
  22. Norichika Kanie, Masachika Suzuki and Masahiko Iguchi "Fragmentation of International Low-carbon Technology Governance: An Assessment in terms of Barriers to Technology Development" Global Environmental Research, Volume 17, No.1., pp.61-70 (March, 2013)
  23. Griggs, David, Mark Stafford-Smith, Owen Gaffney, Johan Rockstrom, Marcus C.Ohman, Priya Shyamsundar, Will Steffen, Gisbert Glaser, Norichika Kanie, and Ian Noble.(2013) Sustainable development goals for people and planet. Nature, 495: 305-307. (21 March 2013).(reviewed)
  24. Norichika Kanie, Michele M. Betsill, Ruben Zondervan, Frank Biermann and Oran R. Young (2012), "A Charter Moment:Restructuring Governance for Sustainability", Public Administration and Development, Volume 32, (August, 2012) PP. 292-304
  25. Biermann Frank, Kenneth Abbott, Steinar Andresen, Karin Backstrand, Steven Bernstein, Michele M.Betsill, Harriet Bulkeley, Benjamin Cashore, Jennifer Clapp, Carl Folke, Aarti Gupta, Joyeeta Gupta, Peter M. Haas, Andrew Jordan, Norichika Kanie, Tatiana Kluvankova-Oravska, Louis Lebel, Diana Liverman, James Meadowcroft, Ronald B. Mitchell, Peter Newell, Sebastian Oberthur, Lennart Olsson, Philipp Pattberg, Roberto Sanchez-Rodriguez, Heike Schroeder, Arild Underdal, Susana Camargo Vieira, Coleen Vogel, Oran R. Young. Assessment managers: Andrea Brock, and Ruben Zondervan. 2011, "Transforming governance and institutions for global sustainability: key insights from the Earth System Governance Project" Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2012, 4:51-60
  26. Jupesta, Joni, Liana Bratasida, Martha Maulidia, Norichika Kanie, Takako Wakiyama, Aki Suwa, Atsushi Sunami, Govindan Parayil, and Yuko Harayama, 2012. Strengthening Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development: Climate Change Governance in Indonesia. Published at www.ieg.earthsystemgovernance.org. Lund and Tokyo: Earth System Governance Project.
    http://www.ieg.earthsystemgovernance.org/sites/default/files/files/publications/
    ESG_IEG_Jupesta_2012_IFSD-Indonesia.pdf
  27. Biermann, F., K. Abbott, S. Andresen, K. Backstrand, S. Bernstein, M. M. Betsill, H. Bulkeley, B. Cashore, J. Clapp, C. Folke, A. Gupta, J. Gupta, P. M. Haas, A. Jordan, N. Kanie, T. Kluvankova-Oravska, L. Lebel, D. Liverman, J. Meadowcroft, R. B. Mitchell, P. Newell, S. Oberthur, L. Olsson, P. Pattberg, R. Sanchez-Rodriguez, H. Schroeder, A. Underdal, S. Camargo Vieira, C. Vogel, O. R. Young, A. Brock, R. Zondervan. 2012.Navigating the Anthropocene: Improving Earth System Governance. Science, Vol. 335 No. 6074, 1306-1307, 16 March 2012
  28. Joern Huenteler, Tobias S. Schmidt, Norichika Kanie (2012), “Japan’s post-Fukushima Challenge - Implications from the German Experience on Renewable Energy Policy”, Energy Policy Vol45, June 2012: 6-11 
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301421512001589
  29. Norichika Kanie, Hiromi Nishimoto, Yasuaki Hijioka and Yasuko Kameyama (2011) “Implications of Equity Considerations and Emission Reduction Targets : Lessons from the Case of Japan’s Mid-Term Target”,Coping with Global Environmental Change, Disasters and Security-Threats, Challenges Vulnerabilities and Risks, pp1393-1400
  30. Frank Biermann,  Michele M. Betsill,  Joyeeta Gupta,  Norichika Kanie,  Louis Lebel, Diana Liverman,  Heike Schroeder,  Bernd Siebenhuner  and  Ruben Zondervan (2010)  “Navigating the anthropocene: the Earth System Governance Project strategy paper”, Environmental Sustainability, 2010, 2:pp.202-208
  31. Norichika Kanie, Hiromi Nishimoto, Yasuaki Hijioka, Yasuko Kameyama (2010) “Allocation and architecture in climate governance beyond Kyoto: lessons from interdisciplinary research on target setting”, International Environmental Agreements: Politics,Law and Economics, Volume 10, Issue 4, pp 299-315
  32. Frank Biermann,  Michele M. Betsill,  Joyeeta Gupta,  Norichika Kanie,  Louis Lebel, Diana Liverman,  Heike Schroeder,  Bernd Siebenhuner  and  Ruben Zondervan (2010)  “Earth system governance: a research framework” International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, Volume 10, Issue 4, pp 277-298
  33. Norichika Kanie (2010) Green Growth and A New World Order, Global Asia Vol.4, No.4 (Winter 2010), pp.13-17.
  34. Van Asselt, H., Kanie, N. Iguchi, M., (2009) Japan’s position in international climate policy: navigating between Kyoto and the APP, International Environmental Agreements: Politics,Law and Economics 9: pp.319-336
  35. Norichika Kanie “Post-2012 Institutional Architecture to Address Climate Change: A Proposal for Effective Governance. Global Warming and Climate Change”(pp.1065-1077)in Grover, V.I. ed. Global Warming and Climate Change: Ten Years After Kyoto and Still Counting, Vol. 2., NH, Science Publishers (2008)
  36. Norichika Kanie “Towards Distributive Climate Change Governance The Way Forward Beyond 2012”(pp.931-948)in Grover, V.I. ed. Global Warming and Climate Change: Ten Years After Kyoto and Still Counting, Vol. 2., NH, Science Publishers (2008)
  37. Norichika Kanie “Governance with Multilateral Environmental Agreements - A Healthy or Ill-equipped Fragmentation? ” in Walter Hoffmann and Lydia Swart eds.Global Environmental Governance, Center for UN Reform Education, pp.67-86, May 2007
  38. Norichika Kanie “Middle Power Leadership in the Climate Change Negotiations: Foreign Policy of the Netherlands” in Paul Harris ed. Europe and Global Climate Change: Politics, Foreign Policy, and Regional Cooperation. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing (2007), pp.87-112.
  39. Norichika Kanie, “Current Policy Directions and the Beyond 2012 Climate Regime- Implications of the EU and the US Directional Leadership” paper presented at the 46th Annual ISA Convention, March 2005
  40. Norichika Kanie “Leadership and Domestic Policy in Multilateral Diplomacy: The Case of The Netherlands’ Kyoto Protocol Negotiation", International NegotiationVol8.No.2. (2003), pp.339-365
  41. Norichika Kanie “THE NEGOTIATIONS OF THE BONN AGREEMENT ON THE KYOTO PROTOCOL: An Observation on Entrepreneurial Leadership”, KITAKYUSHU SHIRITSU DAIGAKU HOU-SEI RONSHU Journal of Law and Political Science Vol. XXIX No.1-2, October 2001, pp.146-134.
  42. Norichika Kanie “Domestic Policy and Leadership in Multilateral Diplomacy: The Case of The Netherlands’ Kyoto Protocol Negotiation”, UNU/IAS Environment and Multilateral Diplomacy Series No.3., The United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies, 1999, pp.32.(Reports)
  43. UNU/IAS Report “International Sustainable Development Governance - The Question of Reform: Key Issues and Proposals - Final Report”, The United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies, August 2002. (Co-authored)
  44. UNU Report “International Environmental Governance: The Question of Reform: Key Issues and Proposals - Preliminary Findings”, The United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies, March 2002. (Co-authored)
  45. A Report on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) COP6bis (16-27 July 2001, Bonn, Germany) to the Vice Rector Prof. Suzuki of the United Nations University
  46. A Report on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) COP6 (13-25 November 2000, The Hague, The Netherlands) to the Vice Rector Prof. Suzuki of the United Nations University
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Japanese (Academic Paper)

  1. Norichika Kanie, “Sustainable Development Goals and their significance for business enterprises”, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, VOL.54, No.5, May 2018, pp.43-48
  2. Norichika Kanie, “SDGs and Future Earth”, Gakujyutu no Doukou, Vol.265, 1 April 2018, pp.61-63
  3. Norichika Kanie, “The SDG implementations and expectations for academia”, Environmental Information Science, Vol.47-1, 20 March 2018, pp.6-11
  4. Norichika Kanie, “Challenges of the SDGs and future direction”, Chemical Substance and Environment, No.148, Organization for Research and Communication on Environmental Risk of Chemicals, 20 March 2018, pp.13-15
  5. Norichika Kanie, Food industry for tomorrow, Food Industry xSDG, pp.7-10, April 2018, Vol.485, issued by Japan Food Industry Associate, 1 April 2018
  6. Norichika Kanie, “SDGs niyoru Governance no Honshitsu wo Fumaeta Shihyou no Yakuwari to Buntan”, Vol. 28, No. 6, pp.412-419, 2017
  7. The role of academic sector to attain the SDGs (co-authored), Science Council of Japan, September 2017
  8. Norichika Kanie, Mari Kosaka, “Implementation Challenge of the Sustainable Development Goals” Environmental Research Quarterly No.181, March 2016, pp.3-10
  9. Norichika Kanie, “SDGs ga Utsushidasu Sekai no Henka”, International Development Journal, November 2015, pp.10-13
  10. Norichika Kanie, “The Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs)at the Crossroads towards Sustainability” Environmental Research Quarterly No.177, April 2015, pp.24-33
  11. Norichika Kanie “SDGs/POST2015 kaihatsuwakugumi no saishindoukou to tenbou〜Jizokukanouna miraiheno Koukatekinajissi・Governance kouchiku ni mukete”「Mokuhyousettei niyoru Governance Senryaku:Jizokukanouna Kaihatsumokuhyou no chosen」, Green Economy Forum, March 2015 pp.15-18
  12. Norichika Kanie "Sustainable Development Goals and Future Earth: A Touchstone for Trans-disciplinary Research" Environmental Research Quarterly No.170, July 2013, pp.14-21
  13. Norichika Kanie, Reiko Sodeno, “Challenges in Establishing an International Environmental Regime in Asia: Lessons from the Negotiation Process on the Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia (EANET)“, in Shunji Matsuoka ed., Regional Integration in Asia and Environmental Governance, Keiso Shobo, .pp.33-56, April, 2013
  14. Norichika Kanie "Actors and Global Environmental Governance: Towards Establishing An Analytical Framework for the Next Generation of Institutionalism"The University of Kitakyushu Houseironshu, Vol4, No.4, March 2013, pp.79-112
  15. Akira Ichikawa, Norichika Kanie “Teitanso Gijyutsu Iten ni okeru gabanansu - Poland Kouritsu syoumei projecto no jirei wo chuushin ni” Japan Society for International Development(JASID) Vol 11,No.2 (31 March, 2012)
  16. Masachika Suzuki & Norichika Kanie “Onshitsu kouka gasu sakugen ni koukensuru gijyutsu no kakushin oyobi fukyuu ni muketa kjokusaitekina seido sekkei” Dissertation booklet of Japan Society of Energy and Resource (2010)
  17. Norichika Kanie, “’2013 Problems’ in International Politics on Climate Change: Can Japan Lead the Debate over Institutional Architecture?” SEKAI Vol.780, June 2008, pp.215-227.
  18. Norichika Kanie, “Political Dynamics on Climate Change”, Gaiko Forum No.234, pp.46-49, January 2008 (Interviewed article).
  19. Norichika Kanie “Factors that needs to be considered in Post 2012 Institutional Architecture on Climate Change”, Sangyo to Kankyo, Vol 37, No.2, pp.36-40, February 2008
  20. Norichika Kanie, Yasuaki, Hijioka, Yumi Nishimoto and Kanako Morita, “Implication for Japan of Halving Global GHG Emissions in 2050”, Global Environmental ResearchVol.12, No.2/2007, pp.135-144
  21. Norichika Kanie, “Forming International Order on Climate Security: Political Dynamics on Global Environment as a Hi-political Issue”, Gendai Shisou vol.35-12, October 2007, pp.210-221
  22. Hiroshi Ohta, Norichika Kanie and Reina Kawase, “Mid- to Long-term Scenarios on GHG Emission Reduction in Industrialized Countries and Insights from International Poloitics” Global Environmental Research Vol.12, No.2/2007, pp.123-134
  23. Norichika Kanie “International Institutions Beyond Kyoto: Towards Diffused Climate Change Governance”, International Affairs No. 552, June 2006, pp.47-59.
  24. Norichika Kanie “Kiken na ondanka wo sakeru tameno 2050 sakugen hitsuyou ryou to mokuhyou settei (Required emission reduction in 2050 and target setting in avoiding dangerous climate change)” Sangyou to Kankyou, February 2006, pp.25-28.
  25. Norichika Kanie “On Issues for Mid- to Long-term Targets and Global Differentiation: Global Differentiation Regimes and Their Implications for Japan”Environmental Research Quarterly Vol 138, August 2005, pp.84-92
  26. Yasuko Matsumoto, Hiroshi Ota, Norichika Kanie(co-authored) “Long-term target setting process in Europe and Its Political Background: Interaction Between Science and Politics”, Environmental Research Quarterly Vol 138, August 2005, pp.93-101
  27. Norichika Kanie “Johannesburg Summit and Governance for Sustainable Development”, Environmental Research Quarterly 2003/ No.128, pp.37-44.
  28. Norichika Kanie “Jizokukanounakaihatsu ni kansuru sekai shunou kaigi no igi to kadai (Agenda and Meanings of the World Summit on Sustainable Development)”,International Affairs, July 2002 (No.508), pp.2-15.
  29. Norichika Kanie Kokunaiseisaku to Chikyuukankyou Gaikou - Oranda Kikouhendou Seisaku no Kyotogiteisho Suuchimokuhyo Koushou heno eikyou to sono mekanizumu- (Domestic Policy and Global Environmental Diplomacy −The Influence of the Netherlands’ Climate Change Policy at the Kyoto Protocol Emission Target Negotiation and Its Mechanisms−),Ph.D. Dissertation, Keio University,April 2001, pp.329.
  30. Norichika Kanie “Chiteki seisaku kibann no takokukan koushou katei heno eikyou: Kikou hendou wakugumi jouyaku Kyoto giteisho koushou katei ni okeru Oranda no jirei kenkyuu (The Impact of Domestic Knowledge Base on the Multilateral Negotiation: The Case of the Netherlands in the Kyoto Protocol Negotiation Process)”, Kokusaikaihatsu Kenkyu Vol 8. No. 2, 1999, pp.71-87.
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English (books)

  1. Supervised by Norichika Kanie, Partnering for Sustainable Development, Guidelines for Multi-stakeholder Partnerships to Implement the 2030 Agenda in Asia and the Pacific, United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability, 2018
  2. Norichika Kanie, "Governing through Goals: Sustainable Development Goals as Governance Innovation (Earth System Governance)" ,The MIT Press, May, 2017
  3. Norichika Kanie, ‘Governance through Goal-Setting: A New Governance Challenge for Navigating Sustainability in the 21st Century’, in Dinar, Ariel (ed. In chief) The social Ecology of the Anthropocene: Continuity and change in global environmental politics (Vol. 2), The WSPC Reference on Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change, World Scientific, Singapore, 2016, pp.61-76.
  4. Norichika Kanie, Peter M. Haas, Steinar Andresen eds. (2014), Improving Global Environmental Governance: Best Practices for Architecture and Agency, Routledge.
  5. Norichika Kanie ”NGO Participation in the Global Climate Change Decision-making Process: A Key for Facilitating Climate Talks”, in Gunnar Sj stedt, Ariel Macaspac Penetrante eds., Climate Change Negotiations: A Guide to Resolving Disputes and Facilitating Multilateral Cooperation, Routledge, March 2013, pp.169-187
  6. "Visioning transformative sustainable development governance", Green Economy and Good Governance for Sustainable Development: Opportunities, Promises and Concerns, edited by Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira, United Nations University Press August 2012, pp.199-220
  7. "Japan as an Underachiever: Major Power Status in Climate Change Politics", Major Powers and the Quest for Status in International Politics: Global and Regional Perspectives, edited by Thomas J. Volgy, Renato Corbetta, Keith A. Grant, and Ryan G. Baird. Palgrave MacMillan May 2011, pp.115-132
  8. Biermann, F, Betsill, M.M, Gupta, J, Kanie, N, Lebel, L, Liverman, D, Schroeder, H and Siebenhuner, B. (2009) Earth System Governance: People, Places, and the Planet -Science and Implementation Plan of the Earth System Governance Project-, Earthe System Governance Project Report No.1, IHDP Report No.20, Bonn.
  9. Yasuko Kameyama, Agus P.Sari, Moekti H.Soejachmoen and Norichika KANIE,Climate Change in Asia, United Nations University Press(2008)
  10. Norichika Kanie (2008) “Towards Distributive Climate Change Governance The Way Forward Beyond 2012” in Grover, V.I. ed. ;Global Warming and Climate Change: Ten Years After Kyoto and Still Counting, Vol. 2., NH, Science Publishers, pp.931-948
  11. Norichika Kanie (2008) “Post-2012 Institutional Architecture to Address Climate Change: A Proposal for Effective Governance. Global Warming and Climate Change”, in Grover, V.I. ed. Global Warming and Climate Change: Ten Years After Kyoto and Still Counting, Vol. 2., NH, Science Publishers, pp.1065-1077
  12. Norichika Kanie (2007) ”Governance with Multilateral Environmental Agreements: A Healthy or Ill-equipped Fragmentation?” in Lydia Swart and Estelle Perry eds. GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE: perspectives on the Current Debate, May 2007, Center for UN Reform Education, pp.67-86
  13. Norichika Kanie (2007) “Middle Power Leadership in the Climate Change Negotiations: Foreign Policy of the Netherlands” in Paul Harris ed. Europe and Global Climate Change: Politics, Foreign Policy, and Regional Cooperation, Edward Elgar, pp.87-112
  14. Norichika Kanie and Peter M. Haas eds. Emerging Forces in Environmental Governance, United Nations University Press, July 2004
  15. Norichika Kanie (2003) “Domestic capacity, regional institution and global negotiations: lessons from the Netherlands – EU Kyoto Protocol negotiation”, in Michael Faure, Joyeeta Gupta and Andries Nentjes eds., Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol: The Role of Institutions and Instruments to Control Global Change, Edward Elgar, pp.230-247

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Japanese (Books)

  1. Norichika Kanie, “Chapter 5 MDGs kara SDGs eno Henkaku to sono Jissi ni muketa Kadai”, in Masahisa Sato, Naoyuki Tashiro and Norichika Kanie eds., 2017, SDGs to Kankyou Kyouiku, Gakubunsha, pp.70-85
  2. Norichika Kanie, SDGs toha Nanika ? 2030 ni Muketa Henkaku no Agenda, Minerva Shobou, March 2017
  3. Norichika Kanie, “’Senshinkoku no Sekinin’ Motomeru Shinkaihatumokuhyou”, ‘Gaikou Vol.34’, Toshi Syuppan, November 2015, pp.126-134
  4. Norichika Kanie, “Chikyu to Kaseki Nenryo no Risk Governance (Earth system and Risk Governance of fossil fuels)” in Kazuto Suzuki ed., Chain of Risks: Technology, Environment and Energy, Iwanami Shoten, 28 August 2015, pp107-130
  5. Norichika Kanie, Mitsutaka Matsumoto and Hyun-young Lee, "Approaching Climate Change Governance from a Multi-agent Model" in ed., Yukihiko Funaki, Shigeo Muto and Mikio Nakayama, Game Theory: Application Book, Toyo Keizai Shinposha, November 2013, pp.191-208
  6. Norichika Kanie, Reiko Sodeno, “Challenges in Establishing an International Environmental Regime in Asia: Lessons from the Negotiation Process on the Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia (EANET)“, in Shunji Matsuoka ed., Regional Integration in Asia and Environmental Governance, Keiso Shobo, .April, 2013, pp.33-56
  7. Norichika Kanie, ” Science-Policy Interface” The Interviews with the Leading Researchers - The Front Line of Global Warming Research, Center for Global Environmental Research, March, 2013, pp.100-106
  8. Norichika Kanie ”From the Viewpoint of Environmental Protection” in Kazuhiko Takeuchi & Yasushi Katsuma ed., Sustainability and Peace-UNU New Postgraduate School Memorial Symposium, Kokusaishoin, March 2012 pp.101-104
  9. Norichika Kanie “Ousyuu ni okeru haisyutsu sakugen mokuhyou saika eno approach- Non EU/ETS Bunya no jirei kara-“ in Yasuko Kameyama & Yukari Takamura ed., Kikou hendou to kokusai kyouchou Kyoto giteisyo to takokukan kyouchou no yukue Jigakusya syuppan Nov.2011 pp.264-278
  10. Norichika Kanie “Kikouhendou wo meguru kokusai seiji to Nihon (International Politics on Climate Change and Japan)” in Hideto Nakajima ed., Engineer no tameno kougaku gairon: kagaku gijutsu shakairon kara no approach, Minerva Shohou, April 2010, pp.303-319.
  11. Masachika Suzuki and Norichika Kanie “Post-Kyoto no jousei henka to kigyou no ondanka senryaku (Changing Situation around the “Post-Kyoto” debate and Climate Strategies of Companies) in Tatsuro Kunugi and Akio Nomura eds., Shakaiteki sekinin no jidai - Kigyou, Shimin-shakai, Kokuren no energy, Toshindo, 2008, pp.155-166
  12. Shuzo Nishioka ed., Nihon teitanso syakai no sinario-nisankatanso 70% sakugen no michisuji, Nikkan kougyou Shimbun (June 2008)
  13. Norichika Kanie “Beyond Kyoto?” in Tatsuro Kunugi and Takeo Uchida eds.,Envisioning the United Nations and Global Civil Society, December 2006, Toshindo, pp.238-253.
  14. Norichika Kanie “International Institutions to mitigate climate change” in Isao Koike ed. 2nd Report of Global Warming Research Initiative Climate Change Research Field, Maruzen 2006. pp.195-202.
  15. Oranda ga lead suru kankyou wo mamoru kokusai katsudou, Ryotaro Shiba, Syuukan kaidou wo yuku oranda kikou 3, Shippitsu tantou, Asahi Shimbunsya,2005
  16. Norichika Kanie “EU Policies and Direction of the Post 2012 Debate” in Yukari Takamura and Yasuko Kameyama eds. Chikyuu Ondanka Koushou no Yukue, November 2005, Daigaku Tosho, pp.262-273.
  17. Norichika Kanie and Kanako Morita “Triptych Approach and Multi-sector Convergence Approach” in Yukari Takamura and Yasuko Kameyama eds. Chikyuu Ondanka Koushou no Yukue, November 2005, Daigaku Tosho, pp.200-206.
  18. Norichika Kanie An Introduction to Environmental Politics (Kankyou Seijigaku Nyuumon), Tokyo: Maruzen, 2004
  19. Norichika Kanie “Institutional Framework on the Governance for Sustainable Development (Chapter 11)” in Sougou Seisakugaku No Saisentan IV, October 2003.
  20. Norichika Kanie Chikyuukankyou gaikou to Kokunai seisaku: Kyoto Giteisho Wo Meguru Oranda No Gaikou To Seisaku (Global Environmental Diplomacy and Domestic Policy: Diplomacy and Policy of the Netherlands on the Kyoto Protocol), Keio University Press, December 2001.
  21. Mikoto Usui, Norichika Kanie, Satoru Kumagai, Takokukan koushou no riron: Fukuzatsu-kei wo maneji surutame no ikutsuka no sekkinhou, Keio University Press, 2000 (translation from English to Japanese, I.W. Zartman ed.,INTERNETIONAL MULTILATERAL NEGOTIATION: Approaches to the Management of Complexity, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1994).
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Academic / Conference / Symposium Presentations

  1. Norichika Kanie, Keynote speech at the Joint Conference on SEEPS (Society for Environmental Economic and Policy Studies), JAES (The Japanese Association for Environmental Sociology) and JAELP (Japan Association for Environmental Law and Policy) 2018, Social design in the SDGs era, Meiji Gakuin University, Shirokane Campus, 23 June 2018
  2. Moderator, ASIA-PACIFIC FORUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 2018, SIDE EVENT: Empowering scientists in the Asia-Pacific region to support the SDGs, Organized by the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) and the Association of Academies and Societies of Sciences in Asia (AASSA), UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE CENTRE, BANGKOK, THAILAND, 29 March 2018
  3. Norichika Kanie, “xSDG: SDGs no Kakushinni-semari, Kaikaku-suru”, Keio Research Institute at SFC xSDG・Lab Symposium, Organized by Keio Research Institute at SFC xSDG・Lab and SCP governance from the SDGs perspective, Environment Research and Technology Development Fund (ERTDF) Strategic Project (S-16-4) of the Ministry of Environment, Japan, Held at the International House of Japan, Iwasaki Koyota Hall, Tokyo, 13 February 2018
  4. Moderator, “SDGs and Local Business”, Organized by Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MoE) and UNU-IAS, Kanazawa Chamber of Commerce Bldg, 1F Hall, Kanazawa City, 22 January 2018
  5. Panelist, Talk SessionU at Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Symposium 2017, Organized by Nikkei Ecology, Belle Salle Shinjuku Grand Hall, 27 October 2017
  6. Norichika Kanie, “SDGs ga Chikyu to Ningen ni Motarasu Henkaku”, Keynote Speech at the Women’s Empowerment in Fashion Symposium Vol. 11, Organized by Women’s Empowerment in Fashion (Project WEF) Foundation, Tokyo Women’s Plaza B1 Hall, 12 December 2017
  7. Speaker, “SDGs and business”, Towards the business for nutrition improvement corresponded to SDGs, Organized by Japan Food Industry Association, Toranomon hills FRONT, Tokyo, 28 November 2017
  8. Speaker, “What are the SDGs?”, SDGs As a Corporate Strategy, Organized by Osaka ATC Green Eco Plaza, ( Osaka City, Asia and Pacific Trade Center and Nikkei Shimbun), Osaka ATC Green Eco Plaza, Osaka, 24 November 2017
  9. Speaker, “Outline of the Sustainable Development Goals” and Panelist, The Next Generation Leaders’ Summit “No one will be left behind”, Organized by Jodo Shinshu Hongwanji-ha (Nishi-Hongwanji), Tsukiji Hongwanji, Tokyo, 8 November 2017
  10. Norichika Kanie, “Mirai-kara IMA wo Kangaeru”, Invited Speech at the Marunouchi Shimin Kankyo Forum, Vol. 59, Organized by Mitsubishi Cooperation and Tokyo Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., Marunouchi Building 1F, Maru Cube, 31 October 2017
  11. Speaker, “SDGs de Henkakusuru Sekai”, The SDGs, Corporate Strategy Forum, Organized by UNU, UNU Annex Space, Tokyo,30 October 2017
  12. Panelist, Session I: “The Promotion of SDGs in Localities, following The FutureCity Initiative”, The 7th International Forum on the “FutureCity” Initiative, Organized by Promotion Council For The “FutureCity” Intiative, Kashiwa-no-ha Conference Center, Chiba, 4 October 2017
  13. Speaker, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Stakeholders Meeting Vol.4, Kaiun Club, Tokyo, 13 October 2017
  14. Norichika Kanie, “SDGs for transformation”, Keynote Speech at Field tour: SDGs implementation, Shimokawa-cho, Hokkaido, 15 September, 2017
  15. Norichika kanie, “SDGs implementation in Toyooka City”, Keynote Speech at the Symposium, Toyooka City Council, Hyogo, 9 September, 2017
  16. Panelist, The 28th Annual Conference of JSMCWM(Japan Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management), Tokyo Institute of Technology, 70th Anniversary Auditorium, Tokyo, 7 September 2017
  17. Norichika Kanie, “SDGs and transformative pathways, Part1” Features of the SDGs, Takeda Seminar, Organized by The Takeda Foundation, Dream Institute, Tokyo, 12 September, 2017
  18. Speaker, “SDGs and business: from academic point of view”, Promotion of the SDGs and ESG investment: integration of business management and problem-solving towards sustainable society, Organized by OPEN 2030 PROJECT/Network for Policy Analysis, FUKOKU SEIMEI BLDG., Tokyo, 5 August 2017
  19. Moderator, Innovative Approaches to Stimulate Low-carbon Technology Transfer, “The 9th International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific: ISAP 2017”, PACIFICO YOKOHAMA, Conference Center, 25 July 2017
  20. Speaker, Session3: Community-based Research in the Context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), “Development of a Framework for the Local Implementation of the SDGs”, University and the Power of Data Science for a Sustainable Society, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 6 July, 2017
  21. Norichika Kanie, “SDGs no Igi to Chiiki Kigyou nadoniyoru Katsuyou no Kanousei”, Keynote Speech at the Symposium ?Sekai ga Akogareru Sapporo wo Mezashite, organized by City of Sapporo, Ministry of the Environment, Hokkaido University and Environmental Partnership Office Hokkaido, Akira Suzuki Memorial Hall, Hokkaido Sapporo, 16 June 2017
  22. Panellist, “Community-based Research in the Context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”, ‘Universities and the Power of Data’ Science for a Sustainable Society, 2017 Asia Pacific Research Intelligence Congerence, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, 5 July, 2017
  23. Panellist, “Mapping gender equality relations in and among SDGs”, Gender Summit Asia-Pacific 10, Organized by Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), Hitotsubashi Hall, Tokyo, 26 May, 2017
  24. Panellist, “Initiatives for achieving SDGs and awareness raising”, International Symposium: Public Engagement for the Global Goals with a Special Focus on Sustainable Oceans, Organized by UNU-IAS, Global Environment Outreach Center (GEOC) and Embassy of Sweden, United Nation University U Thant International Conference Hall, Tokyo, 19 April 2017
  25. Speaker, “Role of business for the SDGs implementation”, Council for Better Corporate Citizenship: CBCC Meeting, Keidanren Kaikan, Tokyo, 14 April 2017
  26. Coordinator, “How do the SDGs contribute to Social Innovation?”, 2017 International Symposium on Sustainability Science, Social Innovation through Sustainable Development Goals, Yasuda Auditorium, The University of Tokyo, 25 March, 2017
  27. Speaker, Asahi Shimbun, ”2030 SDGs de Kangaeru” , Mirai Media Project, ASAHI Shimbun Media Lab, Tokyo, 24 March, 2017
  28. Speaker, Session 2: Future Research Directions for SS and SDGs over the Next Decade, International Symposium: Celebrating 10 years of Sustainability Science Journal, Elizabeth Rose Hall, United Nations University, Tokyo, 24 March, 2017
  29. Norichika Kanie, “Sekai wo Shiruto Jinsei no Kanousei ga Hirogaru”, Invited Speech at the JCI Junior Chamber International Tachikawa Meeting Vol.940, Tachikawa Ground Hotel, Tokyo, 18 March 2017
  30. Organizer and Chair of the Synlink SDGs Workshop -Research and Action Framework for Synergistic Scientific and Institutional Linkages between the SDG Targets-, Glen Cove Mansion, NY, 3-5 March 2017
  31. Norichika Kanie,“SDGs Transforming Our World: A New Approach to Global Issues”, Invited Speech at the Lunchtime Lecture, International House of Japan, Tokyo, 13 June, 2017
  32. Norichika Kanie, “Trans-disciplinary research for the sustainable development goals and Future Earth”, Keynote speech at the Future Earth Kick-off Workshop - Designing Future Earth activities in Chiba University from the perspectives of Food, health, and environment-, Chiba University, 2 March, 2017
  33. Norichika Kanie, “Global trends of the SDGs’ implementation”,Invited Speech at the Task force for Global Expansion Strategy Meeting Vol.5, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Tokyo, 27 February, 2017
  34. Norichika Kanie, “The SDGs implementation and the Tokyo 2020 Olympics”, Keynote Speech at the Symposium for business sector: actions for the Sustainable Development Goal 12 on Sustainable consumption and production patterns, organized by Sustainable Business Women, Prefectural Assembly Hall, 23 February, 2017
  35. Norichika kanie, “The 17 Sustainable Development Goals”, Keynote Speech at the Asia 3R Citizen’s Forum, organizes by Asia 3R Citizen’s Network, Hamamatsu Act City, 30 January, 2017
  36. Norichika Kanie, “Governing through Goals and Governing through Rules” Keynote Speech at the Abe Fellows’ Retreat, Hilton Westchester, New York, 20-23 January, 2017
  37. Speaker, 1st CPV (Creating Planetary Value) meeting, “The Paris Agreement, SDGs and ESG”, organized by Tangible Earth Consortium, Otemon Tower-JX Building, Tokyo, 13 January 2017
  38. Speaker, STI for SDGs(Sustainable Development Goals) and the correspondence of JST, JST Tokyo Headquarters, 21 December
  39. Speaker, “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Sustainability of Environment”, EPOC (Environmental Partnership Organizing Club) Green Echo Program (Conference I ? Society in Harmony with Nature), Sumitomo Mitsui Banking  Corporation SMBC Park Sakae, Nagoya, 21 December 2016
  40. Speaker, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Stakeholders Meeting Vol.2, TKP Garden City Nagata-cho, Tokyo, 20 December 2016
  41. Moderator, Expert dialogue on effective follow-up and review for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific, United Nations Conference Centre (UNCC), Bangkok, Thailand, 1-2 December 2016
  42. Speaker, Opening Session “LCT Project Overview”, International Workshop on Low Carbon Technology Transfer, United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan, 30 November 2016
  43. Speaker, “What are the Sustainable Development Goals?” , Future 2030 in Japan =SDGs kara Miru Nihon to Sekai no Mirai, Time Out Cafe & Diner Ebis Liquidroom, Tokyo, Japan, 24 November 2016
  44. Discussant, Commemorative Panel F: “Transnational Governance and Public-Private Partnerships”, ‘The 60th Anniversary Meeting The Japan Association of International Relations (JAIR)’, Makuhari Messe, 16 October 2016
  45. Moderator, 'Regional Institutions & the SDGs: Science, Policy & Capacity Building, United Nations University', Elizabeth Rose Conference Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 13 October 2016

  46. Norichika Kanie, “SDG Goal 17 and Implementation in Japan”, Keynote Speech at the ‘GEOC 20th Anniversary Symposium on Sustainable Development Goals and Local Partnership: GEOC and Future Partner’ organizes by UNU-IAS, MOE and GEOC (Global Environment Outreach Center), Elizabeth Rose Conference Hall, UNU, Tokyo, Japan, 12 October 2016

  47. Moderator, Session “After the Paris-Agreement no touyushi no arikata”, at Symposium ‘Paris Agreement kara Hirogaru Kinyu Frontier - Korekarano Business no Shinjyoshiki’ organized by Ministry of the Environment, Mita of Commerce, Tokyo, Japan, 12 October 2016
  48. Norichika Kanie, Keynote Speech at the ‘IUCN-J: Sustainable Development and Nature Conservation ‘, GEOC Seminar Space, UNU, Tokyo, Japan, 26 July, 2016
  49. Speaker, side event “HLPF Side Event on The Role of the Science?Policy Interface for the National Implementation of the 2030 Agenda”, Auditorium Instituto Cervantes New York, 20 July 2016
  50. Norichika Kanie “Higher Education and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” Keynote Speech at the ‘ProSPER.Net Forum: Higher Education and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’, Elizabeth Rose Conference Hall, UNU, Tokyo, Japan, 10 July 2016
  51. Norichika Kanie “Science needs in the context of tough choices in implementing the new SDG framework”, Panellist ‘Socio-economic & biophysical dynamics of the humanity-nature nexus’, Keynote Speech ’ How to establish a foresight mechanism in co-design between science and policy (challenges & good practice examples)?' Vigoni, Loveno di Menaggio, Italy, 19 - 20 April 2016
  52. Norichika Kanie “Leave No One Behind: German and Japanese Contributions to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”, Panelist ‘Financing the SDGs and the Global Partnership. German-Japanese cooperation for sustainable development’, speaker ’ Goal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all’, Japanese-German Center Berlin, Germany, 16 March 2016
  53. Norichika Kanie “Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”, Keynote Speech at the 'Public Lecture: Society of Environmental Science, Japan’, UNU Elizabeth Rose Conference Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 8 March 2016
  54. Moderator, “The future roadmap of the GSD research project”, 'Workshop: National Perspectives on Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’, Hotel Bangi-Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1st March 2016
  55. Norichika Kanie Presentation on “SDGs Implementation ? experiences and perspectives from around the world”, 'Symposium: Road to 2030: Global and National Perspectives on Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’ , Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 29 February 2016
  56. Organizer, The Environment Research and Technology Development Fund (Ministry of the Environment, Japan)S-11/Beyond MDGs Japan Symposium ? “The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; Transforming Japan and the World -“ Keynote Speech, Chair of panel discussion “What are the SDGs/ A Road towards Sustainability” UNU U Thant International Conference Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 15 January 2016
  57. Commented on Mainichi Shimbun “Kisya no Me: Ondankataisaku Paris COP21 climate change summit reaches deal in Paris”, 14 January 2016
  58. Norichika Kanie “Governance for The 2030 Agenda for sustainable Development” Keynote Speech at the Ministry of the Environment/UNU-IAS Open Symposium ‘2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Partnership’, UNU Elizabeth Rose Conference Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 7 December 2015
  59. Chair, Special Breakfast Sesssion "Regional and National Implementation Changes of the SDGs:A roundtable discussion on the 2030 Agenda for Sustinable Development" and Panelist, Panel Session SG7 "Epistemic Communities & Scientific knowledge", “2015 Canberra Conference on Earth System Governance“, Australian National University, 15 December, 2015
  60. Norichika Kanie “The role of the regions in SDG implementation” Keynote Speech at the ‘Human resource development in Ishikawa : The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the local context’, Kanazawa Chamber Of Commerce & Industry, 26 November 2015
  61. Organizer, The Environment Research and Technology Development Fund S-11/Project On Sustainability Transformation beyond 2015 ” Localising the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Japan: A view from Kansai on the creation of a sustainable society” Norichika Kanie ‘What are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?’, RIHGA Royal Hotel Kyoto, 21 November 2015
  62. Norichika Kanie “the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and International Environmental Governance” Keynote Speech at the ‘Japan Association for UNEP 2015’, UNU, Tokyo, Japan, 17 November 2015
  63. Norichika Kanie “International Conference on Science and Technology for Sustainability 2015”, Science Council of Japan, 15 November 2015
  64. Moderator, “Expert workshop on low carbon technology transfer: The German experience”, Scandic Hotel, Berlin, Germany, 12 November 2015
  65. Norichika Kanie “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): The implication for Japanese society ”, Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture Hall, 5 November 2015
  66. Panelist, “Governance Strategy through Goals: A New Global Governance Challenge for Navigating Sustainability in the 21st Century”, 2015 International Conference On Sustainable Development Columbia University, New York, 23-24 September 2015
  67. Moderator, “International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific: ISAP 2015”, Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Asia: A Discussion on National Readiness, PACIFICO YOKOHAMA, 28-29 July 2015
  68. Organizer, “Workshop on the Institutional Architecture for the Science-policy Interface on the Sustainable Development Goals”, Japan Society, New York, 19-20 June 2015
  69. Panelist, at the International Conference "Measuring Sustainable Development: How Can Science Contribute to Realizing the SDGs?", German House and UN headquarters, New York, 23-24 April 2015
  70. Panelist, Panel discussion with Global Hubs on Future Earth Operations, at the Future Earth Secretariat 2015 Meeting “Future Earth Science Day”, Societe des arts technologiques (SAT), Montreal, Canada, 20 April 2015
  71. Norichika Kanie “Goal-setting as a New Governance Strategy”, 20 February 2015, ISA Annual Convention, New Orleans
  72. Keynote Speaker, "Expectations for sustainable development and data integration" at the second DIAS Workshop 'Contribution of the DIAS to disaster risk reduction and sustainable development' , Hastumeikaikan hall , Tokyo, 5 February 2015
  73. Panelist, JST-ISSC-NRF International Joint Symposium "Transformations to Sustainability", UNU U Thant International Conference Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 29 January 2015
  74. Chair, session “Future Earth and Sustainability Science: Managing Transdisciplinarity” at 5th International Conference on Sustainability Science, UNU, Tokyo, Japan, 23 January 2015
  75. Organiser, The Environment Research and Technology Development Fund S-11/ Beyond MDGs Japan Symposium “Sustainable Development Goals and the Post-2015 Development Agenda ? Current International Discussions and Challenges for Implementation”, Chair, Panel discussion, Norichika Kanie “Current Discussion on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Proposals from Project On Sustainability Transformation beyond 2015(POST2015: S-11)”, UNU U Thant International Conference Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 16 January 2015
  76. Speaker, session “African Development and Post-2015 Development Agenda”, at “African Development seminar” organized by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Hotel New Otani Tokyo, Japan, 4 December 2014
  77. Chair, parallel session “Higher Education for Sustainable Development (HESD) and the Post-2015 Agenda”, at “International Conference on Higher Education for Sustainable Development: Higher Education Beyond 2014”, Nagoya University, Aichi, Japan, 9 November 2014
  78. Norichika Kanie "From MDGs to SDGs : A new approach towards governance for sustainable development", in 30th OECC seminar "From MDGs to SDGs", Kanda Essam Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 17 October 2014
  79. Norichika Kanie "Sustainable Development Goals: A new approach towards governance for sustainable development", in Open Forum "The latest development and possibilities on SDGs/Post 2015 development agenda", Bellesalle Kudan, Tokyo, Japan, 6 October 2014
  80. Panelist, Symposium "Integrating Sustainability into the Post-2015 Development Agenda", UNU U Thant International Conference Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 2 October 2014
  81. Speaker at parallel session "Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Asia: Toward a Common Language for Governance", the International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific 2014 (ISAP2014), PACIFICO YOKOHAMA, Japan, 24 July 2014
  82. Norichika Kanie and Yui Nakagawa, "How Nuclear Risks Should Be Governed: Criteria for Resilient Society against Disasters.", 2014 Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom, 3 July 2014., also chair of the Semi-Plenary Session "Governance 'of' and 'for' Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals"
  83. Discussion member, Roundtable discussion with Permanent Representatives to the UN, "Post-2015 Development Agenda: Towards an Effective Framework", University of Tokyo, 27 May 2014
  84. Panelist, "A Multi-layered Approach to the SDGs", in the policy forum of UNU-IAS in collaboration with the Tokyo Institute of Technology and the POST2015 Project "'Governance', 'Education' and the Architecture of the Sustainable Development Goals.", New York , 22 May 2014
  85. Norichika Kanie "SDGs paying special attention to disaster management and prevention", Symposium "21st Century of Disaster; Lessons from Great East Japan Earthquake and Fukushima Nuclear Accident and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)", UNU, Tokyo, Japan, 16 May 2014
  86. Norichika Kanie "Future Earth and Sustainable Development Goals", Speech at Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2014, session "Future Earth - The Integrated Research for Sustainable Earth", Pacifico YOKOHAMA, Japan, 1 May 2014
  87. Norichika Kanie "Challenges in Environmental Regime Building in Asia: Lessons from the Negotiation Process to Enhance Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia (EANET)" (conference paper), ISA Annual Convention Toronto 2014, 26-29 March 2014
  88. Maki Koga and Norichika Kanie "Strengthening Environmental Governance in East Asia: A Case for Transboundary Air Pollution" (conference paper), ISA Annual Convention Toronto 2014, 26-29 March 2014
  89. Norichika Kanie "Post 2015 Development Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals", in Lecture Series "Post 2015 Framework, Agenda for the SDGs and Update of SDG debate", Bellesalle Kanda, Tokyo, Japan, 19 March 2014
  90. Chair, Panel Discussion, Symposium on Nuclear Safety Regulation and Fukushima Reconstruction, "Three-years after Triple Disasters: Considering the Future of Nuclear Safety Regulation and Fukushima Reconstruction", Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, 7 March 2014
  91. Tomohiro Tasaki, Yasuko Kameyama, Ryo Tajima and Norichika Kanie "Nexus Approach and Post-'one-size-fits-all' Approach for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)", Poster Presentations, Nexus 2014, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 5-8 March 2014
  92. Norichika Kanie “Post-2015 Development Agenda, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Expectation for Regional Partnership”, Keynote Speech at the Ministry of the Environment/UNU-IAS Open Symposium “Development of sustainable community with enhanced partnership -International community and Japan from a viewpoint of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”, UNU Elizabeth Rose Conference Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 19 February 2014
  93. Organiser, The Environment Research and Technology Development Fund S-11/ Beyond MDGs Japan Symposium “Post-2015 Development Agenda - For Integrating Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Post Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)”, Chair, Wrap-up Session,

    Norichika Kanie “Project On Sustainability Transformation beyond 2015 (POST2015)”, Iino Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 17 January 2014
  94. Norichika Kanie “Sustainable Development Goals for People and Planet”, DAC Development Debate (DDD), Paris, 11 December 2013
  95. Chair, session 1 "Low-carbon Asia in terms of resource and transportation", Symposium on Asia Low-carbon Society 2050 project, Environment Research and Technology Development Fund (ERTDF) Strategic Project (S-6), 17 October 2013
  96. Norichika Kanie "Reconciling human security and sustainability: Can Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) be a driver?" 3rd Annual Conference of Japan Association for Human Security Studies, Keio University SFC, 22 September 2013 (also chair of the session on Sustainable Development and Human Security)
  97. Norichika Kanie and Ikuho Miyazawa, "Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Trans-disciplinary Approach" Convention on Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (SEEPS), 22 September 2013
  98. Norichika Kanie “Nature article and an approach from POST2015 Project” Side Event “Sustainable Development Goals as a Driver for Trans-disciplinary Research and Education - A View from the Nature Article Authors”, The 4th Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals, 19 June 2013
  99. Norichika Kanie “A View from Political Science and Environmental Governance”, in Science Forum, Future Earth: Towards Sustainable Future Society, Science Council of Japan, 18 June 2013
  100. Norichika Kanie and Ikuho Miyazawa, "Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Post-2015 Development Agenda" 14th Convention on Japan Society for International Development, June 2013
  101. Member, Expert Group Meeting on Science and Sustainable Development Goals, UN-DESA, ICSU and ISSC, UN Headquarters, New York, 20-21 March 2013
  102. Norichika Kanie,“Actor Configuration for Improving Climate Change Governance: A Case of Agenda Setting”, Colorado Conference on Earth System Governance, 18 May, 2011, Colorado)
  103. Norichika Kanie, Peter M. Haas and Steinar Andresen “Best and worst practices in global environmental governance”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, 18 March 2011, Montreal, Canada
  104. Norichika Kanie, From ‘Kyoto’ to ‘Copenhagen’: The ‘Kyoto‐effect’ in Japanese Climate Policies”, International Studies Association 51st Annual Convention (19 Feb. 2010, New Orleans)
  105. Norichika Kanie, “Allocation and architecture in Controversies and Approaches on Mid-term Target Setting in Japan: from 8% to 25%”, 4 December 2009, Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change ‘Earth System Governance: People, Places and the Planet’ (4 December 2009)
  106. Norichika Kanie “International Negotiation on Beyond Kyoto Climate Change”,National Library Research Center, 5 March 2008.
  107. Norichika Kanie “Japan Low Carbon Society Scenario and Beyond Kyoto Institutional Architecture”, Gleneagles G20 NGO Workshop, Makuhari, Chiba, 12 March 2008
  108. Norichika Kanie “Long-term challenge and short-term struggle towards low carbon society: A case for Japan”, Semi Plenary Lecture, Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental ChangeFreien Universitat Berlin,22-23 Febary 2008.
  109. Norichika Kanie “EU Environmental Regulations on Climate Change”, Green Forum, Hotel New Ohtani, 20 December 2007
  110. Norichika Kanie, “Consolidating the Kyoto Protocol and APP?: A perspective for Post-2012 institutional architecture from political analysis of struggles in Japan”2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 24-26 May 2007.
  111. Norichika Kanie “Climate Security and A New World Order?: explaining why climate change has emerged as a matter of high politics?”,Energy Security in Europe, Lund University, 24 September 2007.
  112. “Japan’s Climate Policy, Diplomacy and Perceptions of the Kyoto Protocol and Asia Pacific Partnership”ISA Annual Convention, Chicago Hilton 28 February 2007,Chicago.
  113. “Kyoto Protocol and Diffused Climate Change Governance - Implications for global environmental governance” IDGEC Synthesis Conference, 8 December 2006, Bali, Indonesia.
  114. “Increasing Variety of Vertical and Horizontal Interplay in Climate Politics” International Workshop on Institutional dimensions of carbon management at the urban and regional levels, 5 December 2006, Bali, Indonesia.
  115. “NGO Participation in Global Climate Talks: Institutional Implications for “Beyond Kyoto” Multilateral Negotiation” at a side event of COP11/MOP1 "STRATEGIC FACILITATION OF THE CLIMATE TALKS”, 9 December 2005, Montreal, Canada.
  116. NGO Participation in Global Climate Talks -Institutional Implications for “Post Kyoto” Multilateral Negotiation -” Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, 2-3- December 2005, Berlin, Germany
  117. “What is a GHG reduction goal in 2050 to avoid dangerous climate change?” Open Symposium “Challenges to achieve Low Carbon Society - 1st anniversary of Kyoto Protocol -” 16 November 2005, Tokyo, Japan.
  118. “Current Policy Directions and the Beyond 2012 Climate Regime- Implications of the EU and the US Directional Leadership” the 46th Annual ISA Convention, March 2005
  119. “Issues on the Long-term GHG Reduction Target”, International Workshop on 2050 Low Carbon Scenario, sponsored by Ministry of Environment, Japan, March 24-25, 2005, Tokyo
  120. Panelist, International Symposium, Japan-US relations on climate change issue”, 24 February 2005, Hokkaido University, Hokkaido, Japan
  121. Poster presentation “Linking Global Emission Path with a National Long-Term Target: Global Burden-sharing Regimes and Their Implications for Japan’s Long-term Target for 2050”, Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change, 1-3 February, Exeter, UK
  122. “International Institution Beyond 2012 for A Sustainable Participation”, presentation at side event at the UNFCCC COP10 The PIN program at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis: Facilitation of the climate talks,17 December 2004, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  123. “Current Debate and Research in Japan on “Beyond 2012 Issues” presentation at side event at the UNFCCC COP10 Future International Action on Climate Change,14 December 2004, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  124. “European Direction, US Direction and Implications for Japanese Future Direction”, UNU-IAS/NIES Yokohama Roundtable on Climate Change"the Future Direction of the Climate Change Regime, 10 November 2004, Yokohama, Japan
  125. “Where to Lead?: Implications of EU and US Directional Leadership for Beyond Kyoto International Institution”, IGES/NIES Open Symposium “International Climate Regime beyond 2012: Issues and Challenges”, 9 September 2004, Tokyo, Japan., also participated in the panel
  126. “Johannesburg Summit and Multi-stakeholder Dialogue Process”, Japan Institute for Negotiation Symposium “Public Diplomacy”, 10 November 2002, Tokyo International University
  127. “Towards Global Governance on Sustainable Development: Emerging Forces in Environmental Governance and Institutional Reform”, Annual Convention 2002, Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 28-29 September 2002, Hokkaido University
  128. Co-chairman of the 1st session and presentation on ”Global Environmental Governance in terms of Vertical Linkages”, International Workshop on The Multilateral Environmental Governance Regime, 26-27 March 2002, The Dag Hammarskjold Library Auditorium, United Nations Headquarters, and Conference Room, World Council on Religion and Peace (777 UN Plaza)
  129. “Global Environment and the Prospects for Institutional Consolidation In terms of Vertical Linkages”, the 2002 International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, 24 March 2002, New Orleans Marriott, U.S.A.
  130. “Reflections on Environmental Governance Structure”, 2nd PrepCom for the World Summit on Sustainable Development Side Event, Inter-linkages: Bridging problems and solutions to work towards sustainable development, 29 January 2002, United Nations Headquarter Conference Room 6.
  131. “Multilateral Agreement-making on Climate Change and Roles for Japan”, Research Center for North Eurasia and North Pacific Regions Symposium “A Proposal for Complying the Kyoto Protocol” 20 December 2001, Hokkaido University.
  132. “COP6 koushou katei to Leadership (COP6 negotiation process and Leadership)”,Nihon koushou gakkai zenkoku taikai (Annual Conference of the Japan Institute of Negotiation), 7-8 July 2001, Roudou Square.
  133. “DOMESTIC CAPACITY, REGIONAL ORGANISATION AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE REGIME BUILDING PROCESS”, Institutions and Instruments to Control Global Environmental Change, 21-22 June 2001, Maastricht, The Netherlands
  134. “Review of state of the arts on interfaces: domestic - international interface (co-authored with Jonathan Strand)”, Hawaii Workshop on the project What is the Missing Link? The Multilateral Environmental Governance Regime, Structural Integration and the Possibility of a World Environment Organization, Waikiki, Hawaii, 27-28 May 2001.
  135. “Middlepowermanship to takokukan koushou (Middlepowermanship and multilateral diplomacy)”, Kokusai Kaihatsugakkai dai 10 kai zenkoku taikai (The 10th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development), 27 November 1999, Waseda University.
  136. “Effective Governance of Small States in terms of Multilateral Diplomacy”,International Conference on Governance of Small Jurisdictions, Islands and Small States Institute of the Foundation for International Studies at the University of Malta and Office of Prime Minister, 12 November 1999, Valetta, Malta.
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