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Researcher Name
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Material Cycles and Waste Management Research(Sustainable Material Cycle Systems Section)/Research Associate
Research Subject
Waste management in aging society
Doctor of Environmental Science and Engineering
Professional Qualification(s)
Environmental Speciality Field
waste management engineering,risk communication,risk perception
risk communication,food bank,text analysis,Structural equation modeling
Brief Description of Research
Waste management in aging society - Research on supporting methods of neighborhood association function –
In the waste management, the neighborhood association plays an important role. (Management of waste collection place, collective collection, and decision making / communication related to municipal waste disposal plan, etc.) However, due to the declining birthrate and aging population, the function of the neighborhood association is expected to decline and can adversely affect waste management. For the sustainable waste management in aging society, studies on supporting mechanism for neighborhood associations are in progress, with a focus on secondary effect in terms of welfare and community development.
2004〜2007 Research Associate, Graduate School of Natural Science, Okayama University
2007〜2018 Senior Researcher, Research Institute of Waste Management Engineering
2018〜   Special Researcher, Center for Material Cycle and Waste Management, NIES

Research Associate, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2018
    • 24296 : Proposal of transition paths and adaptation measures for a circular society
    • 24336 : Development of environmental emergency management capacity
    • 24341 : Environmental Emergency Management Office
    • 24408 : Policy and Management Study for Establishing a Sound Material-Cycle Society