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13 30 15 15 Session 3 Energy Equity and Environmental Security WG7. Energy Equity and Environmental Security Report,Jeremy Moss Ph D. Co Chair WG7 Professor Director of the Social Justice Initiative Melbourne University. Ethics and Climate Change What is our Role and Responsibility as Custodians of. our Mother Earth,M Selvanayagam Ph D, Professor Director of Loyola Institute of Frontier Energy Loyola College Chennai India. Review of Draft WG7 Report, 15 30 18 00 Session 4 Ethics of Nuclear Energy Technology WG12. Words of Welcome by Skype Written papers on a new draft WG12 report. including a new chapter comparing Fukushima and Chernobyl will be pre. circulated,Suman Iyengar Ph D,Co Chair WG12 From Manila the Philippines. Kayo Uejima,Co Chair WG3 From Kumamoto Japan, Ethics of Disaster Recovery after the Devastating Earthquake and Tsunami in.
Northeast Japan,Taro Mochizuki Ph D, Professor Department of Philosophy Osaka University Japan. Nuclear Energy in Malaysia A Post Fukushima Perspective. Ravichandran Moorthy Ph D, Professor School of History Politics and Strategy Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and Vice. President of Asian Bioethics Association,Ethics and Nuclear Policy in China. Cao Liuying,East China Normal University Shanghai China. Nuclear Energy vis vis Environmental Ethics with Special Reference to State. Responsibility,S Amirthalingam, Assistant Professor of Law School of Excellence in Law The Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law.
University India, Fukushima and the Monstrous Why Small Scale Technology is the Way to the. Remmon E Barbaza Ph D, Associate Professor in Philosophy School of Humanities. Ateneo de Manila University the Philippines,Is Nuclear Still an Option for Thailand. Soraj Hongladarom Ph D, Professor Department of Philosophy Chulalongkorn University Bangkok Thailand. Towards a Nuclear Weapon Free Zone in the Middle East. Laura Vittet Adamson, Regional Unit for Social and Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific UNESCO Bangkok.
Nuclear Safety is the Right of Humanity the Ruling Principle is Ethics not Law. N Manohar Ph D, Professor Dean of Postgraduate Department of Law and Research Development. The Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law University Chennai India. Discussion,Welcome Dinner,Tuesday 30th August,8 30 10 20 Session 5 Ethics and Biodiversity WG16. Ethical Synergy within the ECCAP Project Finding the Parallax View and Other. Relative Thoughts Exemplified within Working Group 16 Ethics and Biodiversity. Andrew Sebastian Bosworth, Chair WG16 Researcher in Climate Change and Society Vancouver Canada. Eco tourism and Climate Change,Mingming Cheng, Tourism Business Management Institute for Tourism Studies Macau China. Review of Draft WG16 Report, 10 40 12 30 Session 6 Water ethics WG14 and Representation WG4.
Ethical Considerations in Water Resource Management a Case Study of the. Heihe River Basin in China,Jie Liu Ph D Chunmiao Zheng Ph D. Chair WG 14 Center for Water Research Peking University China and Department of. Geological Sciences University of Alabama USA, Ethics and Managing Population Resettlement due to Climate Change. Leonard Le Blanc Ph D Candidate,Shinawatra University Bangkok Thailand. Drinking Water and Ethical Values,V Balambal,Professor University of Madras Chennai India. Overview of Representation and Who Decides WG4,Darryl Macer Ph D.
Regional Adviser for Social and Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific. Regional Unit for Social and Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific UNESCO Bangkok. Follow up of WG14 and WG4 Reports Consideration of WG5 Report on. Community Engagement, 13 30 15 30 Session 7 Ethical World Views of Nature WG2. From Debates on Universalism WG1 to a Repository of Ethical World Views of. Jasdev Rai M D,Director Sikh Human Rights Group UK. Thai Views of Nature,Napat Chaipraditkul,Research Fellow Eubios Ethics Institute Thailand. Japanese Views of Nature and a Utilitarian Analysis of Energy Choices. Sawa Kato Ph D,Kumamoto University Japan, Ethical Worldviews of Nature Feminist Perspectives. Nesy Daniel Ph D, Professor of Philosophy University of Kerala India.
Mind and Environment,Chutatip Umavijani Ph D, Associate Professor Department of Philosophy Faculty of Liberal Arts Thammasat. University, Discussion on WG2 Report Mapping Framework and World Views of Nature. 15 50 18 00 Session 8 Visions and Hopes of the Future WG3. Overview of WG3 Report,Michael Anjello Jothi Rajan Ph D. Co Chair WG3 Associate Professor Department of Physics Arul Anandar College India. Review of Draft WG3 Report, Review of Draft WG12 Report Ethics and Nuclear Energy Technology. Own arrangements,Wednesday 31st August, 8 30 10 20 Session 9 Ethics and Meat Production From Land to.
Aquaculture WG13,Ethics and Industrial Meat Production. Robert A Kanaly Ph D, Co Chair WG 13 Department of Genome Systems Faculty of Bionanosciences. Yokohama City University Japan, Aquaculture Products beyond Safety Labels and Traceability An Ethical. Lea ivy Manzanero, Co Chair WG 13 Asia Pacific Regional Resource Center for Human Rights Education the. Philippines, Discussion of WG13 Report on Ethics and Aquaculture.
10 40 12 30 Session 10 Research Policy and Ethics of Climate Change. Institutionalization of Technology Assessment Perspectives from Mongolia. Amarbayasgalan Dorjderem, Programme Assistant Regional Unit for Social and Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific. UNESCO Bangkok Mongolia, Subjectivity Responsibility and Environmental Ethics. In Suk Cha Ph D, Professor UNESCO Chair of Philosophy Seoul National University Republic of Korea. Ethical Frameworks for Research Agendas and Policy. Abhik Gupta Ph D, Chair WG10 Professor Dean of the School of Environmental Sciences. Assam Central University Silchar India, Discussion of WG10 Report on Ethical Frameworks for Research Agendas and.
13 30 15 30 Session 11 Gender Ethics and Climate Change WG15. Towards a Gender Responsive Humanitarian Response to Calamities The. Philippine Initiatives during the Ketsana Typhoon of 2009. Carolyn I Sobritchea Ph D, Professor Asian Center University of the Philippines. Overview of the Gender Ethics and Climate Change report. Pattraporn Chuenglertsiri,Lund University Sweden,Discussion of Draft WG15 Report. Session 12 Ethics of International Investment and Climate Change WG17. Environmental Justice and Energy Sector Development in the Mekong Region. Carl Middleton Ph D, Faculty of Political Science Chulalongkorn University Thailand. Discussion of WG17 Report,15 50 17 00 Session 13 Closing Comments. The Way Forward Reports and Planning for 2012 Facilitated Discussion. Darryl Macer Ph D, Regional Adviser for Social and Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific.
Regional Unit for Social and Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific UNESCO Bangkok. Concluding Comments,Gwang Jo Kim Ph D, Regional Director UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education for Asia and the Pacific. Own arrangements,Background information, In 2007 the Regional Unit for Social and Human Sciences for Asia and the Pacific. RUSHSAP UNESCO Bangkok initiated a project on Ethics and Energy Technologies In. 2009 the name was changed to Ethics and Climate Change in Asia and the Pacific. ECCAP project ECCAP project calls for developing dialogues within and between. countries on the results of research future research needs policy lessons and policy. recommendations in regard to the ethical issues of energy related technologies and related. environmental and human security issues There have been a variety of meetings in. different countries on ethics of climate change and energy technologies and a number of. case studies produced including Universalism and Ethical Values for the Environment. 2010 Energy Flow Environment and Ethical Implications for Meat Production 2010. Representation and Decision Making in Environment Planning 2011 and Water Ethics and. Water Resource Management 2011, There are 17 working groups of the ECCAP and some draft reports are near completion. after multiple drafts This Conference will finalize those reports This review meeting will. include presentations by most Working Group Chairs The Conference will also consider. recent progress in other reports and examine the status of working groups to consider. mergers and possibly new working groups so that a plan for activities for 2012 2013 can. also be made A copy of draft reports and outlines can be downloaded from. http www unescobkk org rushsap, How should each country make decisions on the energy technologies that they develop and. which strategies to follow given the environmental crisis and the variety of proposed. benefits and potential risks of different technologies As countries in the Asia Pacific region. face mounting external pressures to decide on their energy policy what are the values and. questions that exist inside the region for ethical deliberation over the choices for energy. Within the framework of ECCAP project WG12 report is near publication and is on Ethics of. Nuclear Energy Technology This examines ethical issues of nuclear energy as one of the. energy choices for countries There has been considerable discussion of the Fukushima. disaster and a number of countries are altering their nuclear policy therefore one of the. subthemes of the conference will be to examine these issues The current publication plan. will be discussed during this Conference and reports that may be published in 2011. Energy Equity and Environmental Security WG7, Adoption and Development of Energy Technologies Ethics and Algal Technology.
The only Case Study completed under WG9,Ethics of Nuclear Energy Technology WG12. Gender Environment and Energy technologies WG15,Ethics and Biodiversity WG16. Educational Frameworks for Environmental Ethics WG11. Those reports expected to publish in 2012 include,Ethical Worldviews of Nature WG2. Visions and Hopes of the Future WG3, Ethical Frameworks for Research Agendas and Policy WG10. Ethics and Aquaculture WG13, Ethics and International Investment in the Energy Sector and the Environment.
Some working groups with draft versions may be merged to produce more solid outputs. including Community Engagement WG5 whereas those with no draft may be dropped At. the same time suggestions and offers of chairing new Working Groups will be welcome. We look forward to seeing you in Bangkok and the draft agenda welcomes improvement. and reflection The maximum length of papers is 15 minutes so that we can have active. discussion Some of the discussions may also break into smaller groups but the majority of. the scheduled time here will be plenary The language is English It is expected that all. presenters provide a written paper for circulation by 20 August so that we can focus on. discussion of papers and reports You are also invited to bring materials that may be useful. for other topics in the project also, For further information and registration please email your name and details to the Regional. Unit for Social and Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific RUSHSAP UNESCO Bangkok. email rushsap bgk unesco org Tel 02 391 0577 x 147.

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