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The final program for the oral and poster presentations is available in PDF file.
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Final Program (2007/11/12)

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Plenary lectures

Three plenary lectures will be presented by world-leading experts.

Lecturer : Abdul Hamid Zakri, (Director of Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University (UNU-IAS))
Topic : Think Global, Act Local: Lessons Learnt from the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment in Evaluating the Satoyama and Satoumi of Japan
Date & Time : 11:00 - 12:00 a.m., Nov. 23

Lecturer : Nakamichi Yamasaki (Professor, Advanced Science & Innovation Center, Osaka University, Professor Emeritus, Kochi University)
Topic :Establishment of Ecologically Sustainable Society by Fusion of Gaia Thought and Traditional Japanese Culture
Date & Time : 9:00 - 10:00 a.m., Nov. 24

Lecturer : Ruth Kaufmann-Hayoz (Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for General Ecology, University of Bern)
Topic : "General Ecology" or "EcoTopia Science" - chances and challenges of innovative inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to sustainable development issues
Date & Time : 9:00 - 10:00 a.m., Nov. 25

The outline of the symposium schedule is as follows;

Nov. 23, 2007 (Friday)
Morning : Opening Ceremony
Morning : Plenary Lecture : Dr. A. H. Zakri
Evening : Reception

Nov. 24, 2007 (Saturday)
Morning : Plenary Lecture : Prof. Nakamichi Yamasaki
Evening : Symposium Dinner

Nov. 25, 2007 (Sunday)
Morning : Plenary Lecture : Prof. Ruth Kaufmann-Hayoz
Evening : Awarding and Closing Ceremony

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