Under the Strategic Research Project, Scientific Analysis of Regional Air Pollution and Promotion of Air Pollution Management in East Asia Considering Co-benefitsh (Project Leader: Hajime AKIMOTO, Director General, Asia Center for Air Pollution Research) supported by Environment Research and Technology Development Fund of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan, we are carrying on the research activities on the solution for the transboundary air pollution problems. To introduce the contents of this research and to have an opportunity to think about regional air pollution issues in East Asia in general, the public symposium was held at Akihabara, Tokyo. The symposium was well-attended by about 80 persons. The participants listened intently to presentations and exchanged the views at question and answer session with the presenters.
The presentation materials are able to be downloaded from the program showing below.
|Date and time||28th (Fri) October, 2011, 13:30-17:00 (open 13:00)|
|Place||Akihabara UDX 4th floor gallery NEXT2 (4-1-14 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)|
|Organizer||Secretariat of the Strategic Research Project S-7
supported by Environment Research and Technology Development Fund of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan.
|13:35-13:50||"Scientific Analysis of Regional Air Pollution and Promotion of Air Pollution Management in East Asia - About S-7 project supported by Environment Research and Technology Development Fund -"
(Director General, Asia Center for Air Pollution Research)
|13:50-14:20||"What extent the transboundary air pollution has been elucidated"
(Team Leader, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
|14:20-14:50||"Recent trend of the regional air pollution in East asia and its impact on Japan"
(Director, National Institute for Environmental Studies)
|14:50-15:20||"Global air pollution and Co-benefits"
|15:40-16:10||"International measures for the solution of problem"
(Professor, Kanazawa University)
Theme : "Challenge to tackle with transboundary air pollution the latest knowledge and recent trend"
Coordinator: Hajime AKIMOTO