Jointly organized by Kyoto University, Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature and the Center of International Forestry Research, the dialogue will explore on-the-ground solutions to the climate challenges we are facing.
This international networking workshop will gather international organizations, research institutes, development institutions, and practitioners who have been working on climate change mitigation and adaptation issues at IPCC meeting and GLF Kyoto. It is aimed to strengthen collaborative effort between researchers and practitioners by presenting their work and brainstorm future joint research ideas.
Participants will be given 10 minutes to introduce their expertise and respective works during each session, followed by a discussion for future collaboration opportunities.
Confirmations and questions should be sent to Daisuke Naito (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 13 May 2019.
Opening Welcome remarks Prof Yasuyuki Kono, Vice President, Kyoto University Prof Akira Murakami, Dean, Graduate School of Agriculture (GSA), Kyoto University
Keynote Speech Mr Koji Hongo, Deputy Director-General, Forestry Agency Mr Hiroto Mitsugi, Assistant Director-General of Forestry Department, FAO Dr Robert Nasi, Director General, CIFOR Dr Hwan Ok Ma, Project Manager Reforestation and Forest Management, ITTO
Landscapes and trade-offs towards achieving Paris climate goal Prof Eiji Nawata, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University Prof Kanehiro Kitayama, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University Dr Christopher Martius, Team leader, CIFOR Prof Wil de Jong, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University Dr Yasuko Inoue, Forest and Forest Product Research Institute (FFPRI) Dr Kanako Morita, FFPRI /UNU-IAS
Climate Change, Landscapes and Resilience Prof Shozo Shibata, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University Dr. Markku Kanninen, University of Helsinki Dr Naoki Tani, Senior Scientist, JIRCAS Prof Nobuhito Ote, Future Earth Unit, Kyoto University Dr William Dunbar, UNU-IAS, the Satoyama Initiative Dr Haruni Krisnawati, ITPC, Indonesia
Moderator: Dr Christopher Martius
Networking lunch Introduction to transforming REDD+: Lessons and new directions Dr Christopher Martius, Dr Amy Duchelle, Dr Stibniati Atmadja, CIFOR Comments by Dr Takashi Toma, FFPRI, Dr Taiji Fujisaki, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
Inamori Hall Climate change and peatlands
Prof Kosuke Mizuno, Kyoto University Dr Haris Gunawan, BRG (tbc) Dr Mitsuru Osaki (tbc)Hokkaido University Dr Daniel Murdiyarso, CIFOR Dr Kristell Hergoualc’h, CIFOR Dr Kozan Osamu, Kyoto University Dr Yukako Monda, Kyoto University Dr Daisuke Naito, Kyoto University/CIFOR Ms Sisva Silsigia, PT Mayangkara Tanaman Industri
Yamauchi Hall Circular bio-economy for low-emission development: A new FTA proposal
Introduction to FTA Dr Vincent Gitz Introduction the workshop Dr Christopher Martius
Round-table discussion to introduce all partners and their expertise Prof Mamoru Kanzaki, Kyoto University Dr Toshiaki Umezawa, Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University Dr Kenji Umemura, Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University Dr Yoshihisa Fujii, Kyoto University Dr Takeshi Toma, FFPRI Dr Hiroyasu Oka, JIRCAS
Discussion of the topic and mapping possible other partners
Inamori Hall Politics, power and precarity in transformations of swidden social-ecological systems and climate change in Southeast Asia
Dr Grace Wong, Stockholm Resilience Centre Dr Ole Mertz, U of Copenhagen Dr Shoko Sakai, Center for Ecological Studies, Kyoto University Dr Moira Moeliono, CIFOR Dr Maria Brockhaus, University of Helsinki Prof. Masahiro Ichikawa, Kochi University
Yamauchi Hall Climate change and finance mechanism
Dr Taiji Fujisaki, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies Dr Stibniati Atmadja, CIFOR Dr Denis Sonwa, CIFOR Prof. Fumikazu Ubukata, Okayama University Dr Makoto Ehara (FFPRI) Dr Hiroshi Nakata, JICA
Closing Dr Vincent Gitz, FTA Director, CSEAS (tbc) Dr Yasuko Inoue, FFPRI Dr Hiroyasu Oka, JIRCAS Prof Mamoru Kanzaki, Kyoto University