|Date & Hours:
|Monday, October 19, 2015, 15:00 – 17:00
|Lecture Hall, RIHN ( → Access)
|Future Earth in Asia, RIHN
|Future Earth Science & Sustainable Development
Paul Shrivastava was appointed in February 2015, joining Future Earth from Concordia University where he was David O’Brien Distinguished Professor of Sustainable Enterprise, and the Director of the David O’Brien Centre for Sustainable Enterprise. Shrivastava has more than three decades of experience in management education, entrepreneurship, and working as a consultant to major multi-national corporations. He was tenured Associate Professor of Management at NYU Stern School of Business, Howard I. Scott Professor of Management at Bucknell University, and helped establish the International Research Chair in Art and Sustainable Enterprise at ICN Business School in Nancy, France. He was part of the management team that launched one of India’s largest computer companies, Hindustan Computers Ltd, and founded a non-profit organisation to mediate the crisis between Union Carbide Corporation and the Indian government during the Bhopal crisis in the 1980s. He has published 18 books and over 100 papers in academic and professional journals. He founded the Organizations and Natural Environment Division of the Academy of Management (the world's largest academic professional association in Management studies).
|⇒Flyer(PDF) ⇒Future Earth(WEB SITE)
Future Earth is a platform for global change research that seeks to develop transdisciplinary, solutions oriented, science for addressing challenges of human sustainability in harmony with nature. Global goals for sustainable development were signed by world leaders in Sept 2015. Implementing these goals will require scientific research, science policy dialogues and science society interactions for measuring and monitoring progress. Japan is home to both a global hub (Tokyo) and a regional centre (Kyoto) of Future Earth and plays a key leadership role in articulating scientific solutions for sustainable development. We will explore possibilities of regional collaborations to facilitate implementation of global goals.▲PAGE TOP