Trans-scale Solutions for Sustainability: RIHN 12th International Symposium

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Dec2017
20
until 21 Dec 2017
Kyoto

The International Symposium explores new approaches towards a sustainable future focusing on the conflicts of resources, values, and governance among stakeholders across time and space.

The program and the lecture titles have been updated. For details, please see the flyer here.

Objectives
In this symposium, we discuss new approaches towards a sustainable future, focusing on the conflicts of resources, values, and governances among stakeholders across time and space. Behind the current understanding of the local tragedy of commons there exist trans-spatial issues such as local, national and global scale conflicts/synergy, as well as trans-temporal issues encompassing past, present and future, which need to be identified and solved. Analysis of the conservation and development of natural, social and institutional capitals is key to new directions of research. In particular, water and water-related issues under the conditions of climate change and shortage of land will be highlighted with scenario developments, and with the use of integrated indices and socio-ecological-economic models.

Keynote Address

Peter Verburg (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam/Chair, Future Earth Water-Energy-Food-Nexus Knowledge-Action Network Development Team)

Date & Time: 10-16:45, 20-21 December, 2017    

Venue: Kyoto International Conference Center Room D (Access)

Organizered by: Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN) in collaboration with International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).

No registration required.

Languate: English

For more details, please see the event Flyer and Circular, or the RIHN website.
 

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Inquiries:
International Affairs Subsection, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN)
+81-75-707-2152
kokusai@chikyu.ac.jp