JIRCAS Co-organizes the International Workshop of Southeast Asia Research-based Network on Climate Change Adaptation Science with GLEC, Ibaraki University

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JIRCAS will co-organize the International Workshop of Southeast Asia Research-based Network on Climate Change Adaptation Science (SARNCCAS) with the Global and Local Environmental Co-Creation Institute (GLEC), Ibaraki University. The workshop will be held online on September 16 and 17, 2021.

JIRCAS will co-organize the International Workshop of Southeast Asia Research-based Network on Climate Change Adaptation Science (SARNCCAS) with the Global and Local Environmental Co-Creation Institute (GLEC), Ibaraki University. The workshop with the overall theme “Beyond Interlocal Lessons Learnt on Climate Change: Mapping, Fertilizing and Social Permeating” will be held online on September 16 and 17, 2021.

In the afternoon of the first day, Dr. HAYASHI Keiichi, Director of the Environment Program, will introduce the JIRCAS international research network for climate change, and Dr. IZUMI Taro, Project Leader of the “Climate change measures in Monsoon Asia”, will give an overview of the project in the 5th Medium to Long-Term Plan (2021-2025) of JIRCAS.

The morning oral presentation session on the second day will be chaired by Dr. FURUYA Jun, Director of the Social Sciences Division, and Dr. WU Wen-Chao of the same division will present the potential of bioenergy in the world under environmental protection policies.

In this workshop, young researchers from overseas who are involved in climate change will present posters, and students from Ibaraki University Junior High School will also present their research results in English and discuss them using an online whiteboard.

Registration for presentations has already closed, but registration for online attendees is open until noon on September 15. We welcome anyone who is interested in climate change to join us.

International Workshop of Southeast Asia Research-based Network on Climate Change Adaptation Science (9/16-17)