環境研究総合推進費 戦略的研究開発領域課題(S-15)

「社会・生態システムの統合化による自然資本・生態系サービスの予測評価」(PANCES)

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  • 日時:2018年9月29日(土)14:00~16:30
  • 場所:東京大学ダイワユビキタス学術研究館、石橋信夫記念ホール
  • 主催:東京大学IR3S
  • 共催:国連大学、IGES、環境省
  • 言語:英語(同時通訳なし)
  • 定員:125名
  • 事前登録:あり (下記の申込みフォームから名前、所属、メールアドレスを送信)。定員になり次第受付終了。

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プログラム:

14:00–14:10 開会挨拶

14:10-14:30 講演1 Eduardo S. Brondizio, Indiana University Bloomington

IPBES Global Assessment and Indigenous and Local Knowledge

14:30-14:50 講演2 Salvatore Arico, UNESCO

Ocean sustainability in the 21st century

14:50-15:10 講演3 Simon Ferrier, CSIRO, Australia

Multiscale scenarios for nature futures

15:10-15:30 講演4 Osamu Saito, UNU-IAS

Ecosystem Scenarios in Japan: Overview and Progress of PANCES project

15:30-15:45 休憩

15:45-16:25 パネルディスカッション及び質疑応答

16:25-16:30 閉会挨拶

 

 

Seminar: Scenarios, Models, and Values of Biodiversity and Nature’s Contributions to People

Date: 29 (Sat) September, 14:00-16:30

Daiwa House Ishibashi Nobuo Memorial Hall, the University of Tokyo

Background:

During the regional and global assessments of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), a wide range of scenarios and models have been reviewed to explore plausible future developments of the human society and the consequences of these developments for biodiversity and nature’s contribution to people (ecosystem services). Multistakeholder participation in scenario development contributes to improved dialogue between stakeholders, the development of capacity of stakeholders to understand and use scenarios in decision making and improved integration of stakeholder knowledge in scenarios.  At the same time, IPBES has initiated the assessment of tools and methodologies regarding multiple values of biodiversity to human societies by reviewing different visions, approaches and knowledge systems, and their policy relevance based on the diverse conceptualization of values of biodiversity and nature’s contributions to people.

Objectives:

This seminar aims at:

(1) Providing the overview and progress of IPBES assessments and PANCES project;

(2) Providing the updated scientific efforts and practices regarding scenarios, models and values of biodiversity and nature’s contributions to people from local to national scales, and

(3) Discussing the possible collaboration with the future IPBES assessment process and other international initiatives such as Future Earth and Satoyama Initiative

Organizer:

Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science (IR3S), The University of Tokyo

Collaborators:

United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS)

Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)

Ministry of the Environment, Japan (TBD)

Language: English only

Capacity: 125

Registration: registration at this website.(name, affiliation, e-mail adress)

Invited Participants:

Eduardo S. Brondizio (Indiana University Bloomington, USA)

Salvatore Arico (UNESCO, France)

Simon Ferrier (CSIRO, Australia)

Program

14:00–14:10 Opening remarks

Kazuhiko Takeuchi / Representative of Ministry of the Environment, Japan (TBD)

14:10-14:30 IPBES Global Assessment and Indigenous and Local Knowledge

Eduardo S. Brondizio, Indiana University Bloomington

14:30-14:50 Ocean sustainability in the 21st century

Salvatore Arico, UNESCO

14:50-15:10 Multiscale scenarios for nature futures

Simon Ferrier, CSIRO, Australia

15:10-15:30 Ecosystem Scenarios in Japan: Overview and Progress of PANCES project

Osamu Saito, UNU-IAS

15:30-15:45 Break

15:45-16:25 Panel discussion including Q&A from the floor

Moderator: Shizuka Hashimoto

16:25-16:30 Closing remark