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47220-60
GFS-SS6A01L3
サステイナビリティ学の概念と方法論
Concepts and Methodologies of Sustainability Science
味埜 俊
MINO Takashi
A1A2 月曜4限
Mon 4th
The main purpose of this course is to provide master’s and doctoral students with an opportunity to familiarize themselves with key concepts and principal research methodologies of Sustainability Science through lectures and systematic reading of Sustainability Science literature. By doing so, the students will be expected to deepen their understanding of various trends, as well as frontier issues, in Sustainability Science research

Targeted learning outcomes of this course are two-fold, (i) to develop familiarity with key concepts and principal methodological approaches in Sustainability Science, (ii) to deepen understanding of trends and frontier issues in Sustainability Science.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 新領域環境棟 3F 講義室3 Environmental Studies, GSFS Lecture Room 3
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
47220-26
GFS-SS6B08L3
サステイナビリティ学最前線
Frontier of Sustainability Science
味埜 俊
MINO Takashi
S1S2 集中
Intensive 
Frontier of Sustainability Science サステイナビリティ学最前線(2)

This course is designed to learn a great variety of researches conducted at the frontier of “Sustainability Science”, through the latest research outcomes of Sustainability Science Consortium (SSC). SSC was established to develop sustainability research, education, and public outreach programs and to strengthen coordination between national and local government, corporations, NPOs and other organizations while developing practical measures for technological innovation and social transformation (http://ssc-g.net/en/). By understanding a variety of academic fields related to sustainability and interactions among them, students will come to take part in the process of integrating multiple academic disciplines to implement sustainability science approach.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 新領域環境棟 3F 講義室3 Environmental Studies, GSFS Lecture Room 3
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31D350-0430A
Special Lecture on Global Society IV
Special Lecture on Global Society IV
ジロドウ イザベル
GIRAUDOU Isabelle
A1A2 水曜4限
Wed 4th
Science-Based Biotechnology Regulation and Sustainable Development

The life sciences as a whole are increasingly challenged to develop transformative technologies that help to protect our planet's habitability. Recent developments in genetic and systems engineering have accelerated the transformative potential of science‐based technology, with expected benefits to various fields, including bioproduction, environmental remediation and pollution control. These enabling technologies, however, also contains risks to human health and the environment. Moreover, there is no clear multi-stakeholder governance regimes addressing their development and possible deployment. Focusing on synthetic biology regulation, and drawing on complementary fields of inquiry (i.e. risk governance, environmental management, sustainability studies, STS*), this course will explore how science-based biotechnology could contribute to sustainability goals. Through short interactive lectures and a range of learning activities (case studies, scenario analysis, role-play simulations), students will discuss the need for new governance frameworks and examine how to regulate these emerging technologies, especially in light of the challenges raised by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). (*) Science, Technology and Society (STS)

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE West K302 21 KOMCEE West Room K302
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
31M350-0430A
Special Lecture on Global Society IV
Special Lecture on Global Society IV
ジロドウ イザベル
GIRAUDOU Isabelle
A1A2 水曜4限
Wed 4th
Science-Based Biotechnology Regulation and Sustainable Development

The life sciences as a whole are increasingly challenged to develop transformative technologies that help to protect our planet's habitability. Recent developments in genetic and systems engineering have accelerated the transformative potential of science‐based technology, with expected benefits to various fields, including bioproduction, environmental remediation and pollution control. These enabling technologies, however, also contains risks to human health and the environment. Moreover, there is no clear multi-stakeholder governance regimes addressing their development and possible deployment. Focusing on synthetic biology regulation, and drawing on complementary fields of inquiry (i.e. risk governance, environmental management, sustainability studies, STS*), this course will explore how science-based biotechnology could contribute to sustainability goals. Through short interactive lectures and a range of learning activities (case studies, scenario analysis, role-play simulations), students will discuss the need for new governance frameworks and examine how to regulate these emerging technologies, especially in light of the challenges raised by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). (*) Science, Technology and Society (STS)

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE West K302 21 KOMCEE West Room K302
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
47195-01
GFS-EC6A01L2
サステイナビリティ論
Sustainability Perspectives in Environmental Issues
小貫 元治
ONUKI Motoharu
S1S2 木曜4限
Thu 4th
Sustainability perspectives in environmental issues サステイナビリティ論

環境問題の本質を理解し、その根本的な解決を図るためには、物質やエネルギーの動態の現状を理解し、それらの循環的なシステムを確立することによって、持続可能なシステムにしていく必要がある。本講義においては、まず持続可能な発展をテーマに取り上げて教員をファシリテーターとするグループ討論を行うことにより、問題点の発見・抽出を行う。続いて、環境問題へのアプローチの土台となる環境倫理と技術倫理について講義する。その上で、循環をキーワードとして、物質やエネルギーの収支に関わる実態を解説し、社会的視点を考慮した上で、循環型システムの構築に向けた取り組みのあり方について講義する。 In order to understand the essence of environmental issues and their solution, it is necessary to understand the material cycle and energy flow. In this lecture, group discussion on "sustainability" will be offered at first to let students find out its essence. Next, lectures on ethics will be offered, that will build a basis on the understanding of following lectures. Then, material- and energy flows in natural- and industrial systems will be lectured.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 新領域環境棟 1F FSホール Environmental Studies, GSFS FS Hall 1st fl.
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
47220-96
GFS-SS6A02L3
社会環境システムとサステイナビリティ
Socio-Environmental System and Sustainability
小貫 元治
ONUKI Motoharu
A1A2 火曜3限
Tue 3rd
Socio-Environmental System and Sustainability

Sustainability Science is an emerging field of research dealing with the interaction between natural and social systems, and with how those interactions affect the challenge of sustainability: meeting the needs of present and future generations while substantially reducing poverty and conserving the planet’s life support systems (Kates RW, 2011). "Challenge of sustainability" is now more explained as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In this regard, the essential part of sustainability science is contributing to sustainable development (meeting the needs of present and future generations while substantially reducing poverty and conserving the planet's life support systems) through understanding interaction between natural and social systems. In this course, GPSS-GLI faculty will explain such interaction between natural and social systems from their research topics or topics for education, how it is damaged and how to repair it.Through all the lecturers' "socio-environmental systems" and interaction between them, students can learn overall picture of sustainability science.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 新領域環境棟 3F 講義室3 Environmental Studies, GSFS Lecture Room 3
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
08B0114
FAS-BA4A01S3
専門英語(114)
English for Research (114)
野田 真里
NODA Masato
S1S2 木曜3限
Thu 3rd
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Human Security- In Southeast Asia and regarding to Japan and Global Society.

This course examines the issues of sustainable development/SDGs and human security in Southeast Asia and regarding to Japan and Global Society. This course conducts both theoretical and practical analysis on the issues based on the professor's experiences of research, policy and practice on SDGs and Human Security from people centered perspective. Also, the course welcomes academic and professional experiences of the students to promote active learning. Meanwhile the cases will be mainly Mekhong River Area of South East Asia that the professor has expertise, the course will also deal with the issues of SDGs and Human Security in Japan and other countries where students come from in global perspective. The professor’s academic and professional back ground on SDGs and Human Security should be informative for the students. He is the chair JASID-SDGs (Japan Society for International Development, 'Sustainable Development and SDGs' research division). He also worked for governments; including Policy Advisor to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan, Japan International Cooperation Agency(JICA) and Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Thailand. He has rich working experiences for NGOs/Civil Society; including Policy Advisor of 2016 G7 Ise-Shima Summit Civil Society Platform and programme coordinator of Shanti Volunteer Association (SVA). He also engages in the SDGs issues in Japan through local activities; the vice president of SDGs-Mie (Sustainable Development Mie) and the advisor of SDGs x Ibaraki.His motto is ‘Think Globally, Act Locally’.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場8号館 8-113 Komaba Bldg.8 Room 8-113
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
4971280
GII-IA6128L3
横断型 University-wide
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 128
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 128
赤座 英之
Hideyuki Akaza
A1A2 金曜4限
Fri 4th
Surviving Cancer in Asia Assessing the future impact of cancer on people and society What are the needs for Universal Health Coverage for cancer in Asia and how should it be provided? If you or a person close to you were to receive a cancer diagnosis, what social systems and mechanisms do you think are necessary to support and complement cancer treatment? Universal Health Coverage is a concept that aims to ensure that all people obtain the health services they need without suffering financial hardship. The future of Asia is your future. Why not bring your own knowledge and ideas to a course that enables people from all disciplines to come together and share views on surviving cancer in Asia?

1) Positioning and Aims of the Course This lecture course is multidisciplinary and aims to bring together students from various fields to learn about an issue that has tended previously to only be perceived from a specialist angle. By providing students with the opportunity to learn about matters outside their own area of specialization, the course aims to also provide an opportunity for students to relativize their own studies. The field of cancer is one that has a high degree of specialization and it has not necessarily interacted well or been open to collaboration with other fields of study to date. This course aims to support the development of the next generation of experts who are adept at working in interdisciplinary environments and will be the driving force behind research in their various fields, based on the recognition that the role of a modern university is to create innovation in response to social issues. 2) Background and Significance of the Course This groundbreaking multidisciplinary approach to learning aims to address issues relating to the common and ever-growing challenge of cancer in Asia, with reference to global policy concepts on Universal Health Coverage (UHC). To date we have sought to contribute to enhancing international cancer research from an Asian perspective by comparing the characteristics of Asia to those of western countries. This lecture course is a part of these ongoing efforts. The following site sets out our recognition of the issues and our perceived mission: http://www.asiacancerforum.org/mission/index.html As part of these efforts, an international meeting to discuss cancer in Asia was held in 2009 at the Asia-Pacific Cancer Conference in Tsukuba. http://jjco.oxfordjournals.org/content/40/suppl_1/i82.long Since then we have held a series of international meetings in various locations, with the aim of deepening discussion on social issues relating to cancer. In 2015 the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were unanimously adopted at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, as the successor to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). One of the specific targets of the SDGs refers to the concept of UHC and since the adoption of the SDGs attention has started to be focused on the realization of UHC. The goals of UHC are to ensure that all people have access to high-quality health services, to protect all people from public health risks, and to protect all people from financial hardship due to out-of-pocket costs for health services and loss of income when they or a family member fall ill. There are currently many initiatives and proposals for action in the international community that seek to achieve UHC, which has come to be recognized as a global policy agreement. The implementation of a UHC strategy requires the involvement of stakeholders, who have an influence on the design of and implementation of programs, including matters such as budgetary allocation and investment in healthcare practitioners. Programs and decisions made to date have largely been based on a response to primary care, predicated on a disease structure dominated by communicable diseases. However, it is projected that under current structures it is unlikely that healthcare systems will be able to cope with the tremendous socioeconomic burden caused by the rapidly increasing cases of cancer in Asia. The realization of UHC for cancer in Asia is therefore fraught with major challenges, as the immense costs arising from cancer care require countries to have robust financial and healthcare systems in place.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 医学部教育研究棟 第1セミナー室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31M350-0480S
Seminar on Global Society V
Seminar on Global Society V
野田 真里
NODA Masato
S1S2 木曜3限
Thu 3rd
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Human Security- In Southeast Asia and regarding to Japan and Global Society.

This course examines the issues of sustainable development/SDGs and human security in Southeast Asia and regarding to Japan and Global Society. This course conducts both theoretical and practical analysis on the issues based on the professor's experiences of research, policy and practice on SDGs and Human Security from people centered perspective. Also, the course welcomes academic and professional experiences of the students to promote active learning. Meanwhile the cases will be mainly Mekhong River Area of South East Asia that the professor has expertise, the course will also deal with the issues of SDGs and Human Security in Japan and other countries where students come from in global perspective. The professor’s academic and professional back ground on SDGs and Human Security should be informative for the students. He is the chair JASID-SDGs (Japan Society for International Development, 'Sustainable Development and SDGs' research division). He also worked for governments; including Policy Advisor to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan, Japan International Cooperation Agency(JICA) and Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Thailand. He has rich working experiences for NGOs/Civil Society; including Policy Advisor of 2016 G7 Ise-Shima Summit Civil Society Platform and programme coordinator of Shanti Volunteer Association (SVA). He also engages in the SDGs issues in Japan through local activities; the vice president of SDGs-Mie (Sustainable Development Mie) and the advisor of SDGs x Ibaraki.His motto is ‘Think Globally, Act Locally’.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場8号館 8-113 Komaba Bldg.8 Room 8-113
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31D350-0480S
Seminar on Global Society V
Seminar on Global Society V
野田 真里
NODA Masato
S1S2 木曜3限
Thu 3rd
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Human Security- In Southeast Asia and regarding to Japan and Global Society.

This course examines the issues of sustainable development/SDGs and human security in Southeast Asia and regarding to Japan and Global Society. This course conducts both theoretical and practical analysis on the issues based on the professor's experiences of research, policy and practice on SDGs and Human Security from people centered perspective. Also, the course welcomes academic and professional experiences of the students to promote active learning. Meanwhile the cases will be mainly Mekhong River Area of South East Asia that the professor has expertise, the course will also deal with the issues of SDGs and Human Security in Japan and other countries where students come from in global perspective. The professor’s academic and professional back ground on SDGs and Human Security should be informative for the students. He is the chair JASID-SDGs (Japan Society for International Development, 'Sustainable Development and SDGs' research division). He also worked for governments; including Policy Advisor to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan, Japan International Cooperation Agency(JICA) and Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Thailand. He has rich working experiences for NGOs/Civil Society; including Policy Advisor of 2016 G7 Ise-Shima Summit Civil Society Platform and programme coordinator of Shanti Volunteer Association (SVA). He also engages in the SDGs issues in Japan through local activities; the vice president of SDGs-Mie (Sustainable Development Mie) and the advisor of SDGs x Ibaraki.His motto is ‘Think Globally, Act Locally’.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 駒場8号館 8-113 Komaba Bldg.8 Room 8-113
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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