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RIHN 12th International Symposium
Trans-scale Solutions for Sustainability

Date Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - Thursday, December 21, 2017
Venue: Kyoto International Conference Center( →Access)
Sponsor: Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN)
Supporter: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
Language: English
Participation:Contact the address shown below.
Contact: International Affairs Subsection
Tel: +81-75-707-2152
Fax: +81-75-707-2106
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OBJECTIVE

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

    Plenary Session

  1. - Keynote Address
  2. Peter Verburg(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands)

    Session 1: Trans-spatial Connections

    Session 2: Trans-temporal Connections

    Session 3: Social Responses to Tipping Points

    General Discussion

  3. - Session summaries and discussion across all sessions
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