July 7, 2005

 

Japan-U.S. Student Environmental Forum 2005

Japan-U.S. Student Environmental Forum 2005 was jointed by nine American college students and 13 Japanese college students from various Japanese colleges. The American students visited Japan with Kansas Asia Scholars Program of the University of Kansas (KU), the U.S.A. with Dr. Patricia Graham who is a reader of JFS's newsletter. They presented and shared ideas about "Sustainable Society" and then jointly pictured their sustainable future.

JFS/group photo

  • Program: Japan-U.S. Student Environmental Forum 2005
  • Time: June 7 (Tue), 2005
  • Place: Research into Artifacts, Center for Engineering (RACE), The University of Tokyo
  • Co-Organized by: Kansas Asia Scholars, The University of Kansas and JFS
  • Sponsored by: RACE of The University of Tokyo
  • Co-operated by: Suntory, Limited. (JFS Corporate member)

Time Table

  • Opening Remarks

    Dr. Kanji Ueda of RACE


  • About RACE
    http://www.race.u-tokyo.ac.jp/about/index.html JFS/conference room

  • Presentation: 1:00-3:45 p.m.
    • Kansas University
      Industry at Lawrence, Kansas, from sustainable view points
      1. Architecture
      2. Food
      3. Agriculture
      JFS/presentation
    • JFS
      1. Energy
      2. Economy
      3. Lifestyle

  • Group Discussion: 4:00-5:30 p.m.

    1. Energy
    2. Economy
    3. Lifestyle
    JFS/discussion

  • Reception: 7:30 p.m.
    • Place: The International Life and Food Association (ILFA)
    • Co-operated by: The International Life and Food Association (ILFA) (JFS Corporate member)


Visit

JFS/shrine gate
  • Time: June 11 (Sat), 2005
  • Place: Meiji Jingu Shrine (Kagura dance dedication), Lecture in the forest of Meiji Jingu



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