Low Carbon Energy Symbiosis for Sustainability: Review of Shared Value-based Policy Metabolism to Enhance the Implementability of the Sustainable Development Goals in Asia

Viput Ongsakul, Salil K. Sen

Abstract


The low energy symbiosis for development metabolism is reviewed for its potential to enhance the implementability of the Sustainable Development Goals. Metabolism is the carrying capacity limit of rural-urban or rurban eco-systems, that is self-replenishable through endurability drawn from metabolic processes. This research paper probes the symbiotic common-ground for sustainability for the shared value-based policy metabolism, deployed on emerging Asia. The unified motivation would be to co-implement quantum innovations and adaptations on governance mechanisms to usher pathways on symbiosis for sustainability. Intended outcomes are budgeting social metabolism, symbiotic scale-up that would attain efficiency and practicality. An important destination is trust renaissance developed on common-ground challenges facing the aspirational low carbon Energy-Asia. This conceptual paper posits a dual aimed methodology. (i) Where low carbon Energy-Asia would like to be for symbiotic common-ground for sustainability through trust renaissance and, (ii) what shared value policy trajectory should be plugged-in for healthy metabolism into their symbiotic development strategy. The unified motivation would be to co-implement quantum innovations and adaptations on governance mechanisms to usher pathways on symbiosis for sustainability.

Keywords: Symbiosis for Sustainability, Low Carbon Energy-Asia, Shared Value-based Policy Metabolism, Trust Renaissance, Water – Waste – Energy Metabolism

JEL Classifications: Q01, O35, R580

DOI: https://doi.org/10.32479/ijeep.7236


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