2nd International Forum on Sustainable Future in Asia 2nd International Forum

January 26-28, 2017
Bali, Indonesia

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Date January 26-28, 2017
Venue Udayana University
(PB Sudirman Street, Denpasar, Bali 80232, Indonesia)
Organizer National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan (NIES)
Co-organizers Udayana University, Indonesia (UNUD)
Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia (IPB)
Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand (AIT)
Integrated Research System of Sustainability Science of the University of Tokyo, Japan (IR3S)

National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES - Japan)
Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science, The University of Tokyo (IR3S, UTokyo - Japan)
Udayana University, Indonesia
Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT - Thailand)

Contact

National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
16-2 Onogawa, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8506 JAPAN

Background

The world is now gearing towards meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) and the Paris agreement- the two landmark agreement’s which was formally adopted by the UN General Assembly and UNFCCC COP21 in 2015. In this regard, it is important to verify the major steps taken by national and regional governments in meeting the global commitment especially on climate change, waste management, biodiversity, environmental risks and social well-being of the society in general. Though the international commitments provide a framework for national and regional governments to develop national and regional plans incorporating the needs of sustainable development and the Paris Agreement, there are several impeding factors or challenges in implementing such action plans.

As a step towards understanding and addressing these problems, National Institute of Environmental Studies (NIES) initiated a Forum on Sustainable Future in Asia in collaboration with Asian Institute of Technology and the University of Tokyo. The purpose of the forum was to understand the institutional architecture and policy framework in order to help mankind leapfrog towards the sustainable future. The forum attracted several scholars and practitioners from ASIA and a joint statement was also released highlighting the needs for identifying intuitional architecture and policy frameworks that can help mankind leapfrog towards the sustainable future. The important of the role of knowledge networks and institutional support mechanism for trans-boundary was also highlighted. It was also realized that for meeting global commitments, the need for local action is imperative and scientist and practitioners working at the local level has to be engaged in discussions at the global level.

Objective

The objective of this forum is to understand the efforts made by scientist, policy-makers and enterprises to secure a sound a sound environment in Asia, determine the shifts in policy and institutional transformations and identify the gaps that threaten sustainable development in the region.

Based on the assessments, the forum will seek new ways of building bridges between science and policy through simulating discussions among keys stake holders, catalyzing coherent researchers on relevant policy issues through knowledge networks and institutional mechanisms to support trans-boundary thinking and problem-solving, and determining feasible paths towards truly sustainable societies through converting aspirations into actions at local, national and regional levels.

THEMES

1. Environmental Monitoring using Satellites

In this thematic area, the focus will be on the use of satellites for environmental monitoring including greenhouse gasses and atmospheric pollution monitoring using Greenhouse gasses Observing Satellite (GOSAT) and its successor, GOSAT-2.

2. Environmental Risk and Health

Environmental risk and health is a major issue in Asia. Health constrains caused due to air and water pollution has triggered major constrains in the society. In order to overview the status of health and environmental risks, the forum will also look closely into the developments that have been made in addressing these problems.

3. Biodiversity

Asian region is rich in biodiversity and is also a hub for ecosystem services. However, rapid development, industrial growth and illegal harvesting have led to depletion of biodiversity. In order to address this complexity, spatial and temporal information on biodiversity is fundamental. Such information is also required for assessing the various transformation exercises carried out by governments and local bodies in Asia for conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.

4. Waste Management and Recycling

Waste management and recycling are two major areas which need immediate attention in Asia. The forum will invite scientists and policy makers working on the two topics to bring to light the major steps they have initiated. Also, the forum will share experiences on disaster waste management issues in Tohoku area.

5. Synergizing Adaptation and Migration Actions

Though it is important to design strategies for mitigation and adaptation actions for climate change, the synergetic actions between the adaptation and mitigation should also be prioritized. This session has both sides approach and will discuss how to synergize adaptation and mitigation actions in Asia.

Day1 January 26, 2017

Opening Session8:30- 11:30

  • Welcome Speech and Opening Remarks
    • Dr. Henri Bastaman
      Head of Forestry and Environment Research Development and Innovation Agency (FOERDIA), Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia
    • Prof. Akimasa Sumi
      President, NIES
    • Prof. Kensuke Fukushi
      IR3S, UTokyo
    • Prof. Kazuo Yamamoto
      Vice President for Administration, AIT, Thailand
  • Coffee Break9:10-9:30
  • Keynote Speech
    • Rector
      Udayana University (UNUD)
    • Toward Globally Competitive Environmental Research and Education (R&E)
    • Alliance from Asia
    • Prof. Kazuo Yamamoto
      Vice President for Administration, AIT, Thailand
    • Dr. Edvin Aldrian, B.Eng, M.Sc
      The Agency for Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT) – IPCC (Vice chair)
  • Lunch11:30-13:00
  • Framing Speech13:00-13:30
    • Prof. Fumiko Kasuga
      Senior fellow, NIES, Visiting professor, UTokyo

Theme-113:30- 15:10

Environmental Monitoring using Satellites

  • Presentations
    • Dr. I Nyoman Radiarta,
      S.Pi, M.Sc, Research and Observation of the Ocean ( KKP ) Perancak – Bali
    • Dr. Shiro Ochi,
      Visiting Scientist, GeoInformatics Center (AIT)
    • Prof. Dr. Ir. Wayan Nuarsa,
      M.Si, Graduate Study on Environmental Science Postgraduate Program, Udayana University
    • Dr. Tsuneo Matsunaga,
      Center for Global Environmental Research, NIES
    • Dr. Hlkibi Noda,
      Center for Global Environmental Research, NIES
  • Discussion<span>15:10-15:20</span>
  • Poster session / Coffee Break15:20-16:00

Theme-216:40- 18:00

Environmental Risk and Health

  • Presentations
    • Prof. Chiho Watanabe,
      Department of Human Ecology, Graduate School of Medicine, UTokyo, Japan
    • Dr. Adi Wirawan,
      Ph.D, Head of Program Study Public Health, Udayana University
    • Dr Noriyuki Suzuki,
      Director, Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research NIES
  • Discussion18:00-18:10
  • Reception 18:10-

Day2 January 27, 2017

Theme-38:30- 9:50

Biodiversity

  • Presentations
    • Dr. Manabu Onuma,
      Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies, NIES
    • Dr. Nophea Sasaki,
      Asian Institute of Technology
    • Dr. Ir. Zainal Arifin M.Sc,
      Research Centre for Oceanography ( LIPI )
    • Dr. Alan Frendy Koropitan,
      Bogor Agriculture University ( IPB )
  • Discussion 9:50-10:00
  • Coffee Break10:00-10:20

Theme-410:20- 11:40

Waste Management and Recycling

  • Presentations
    • Dr. Yoshitake Ebie,
      Center for Material Cycles and Waste Management Research, NIES
    • Prof. Kikuchi,
      UTokyo
    • Resilient Waste Management against Frequent Flood in Middle Scale Cities in Southeast Asia
      Dr. Masato Yamada, Fukushima, Radiological Contaminated off-site waste Management Section, Fukushima Branch, NIES
  • Discussion 11:40-11:50
  • Lunch 11:50-13:00

Theme-513:00- 16:00

Synergizing Adaptation and Mitigation Actions

  • Presentations
    • Prof. Kensuke Fukushi,
      IR3S, UTokyo
    • Prof. Toru Watanabe,
      Faculty of Agriculture, Yamagata Univ.
    • Prof. Kozo Watanabe,
      Associate Professor, Ehime Univ.
    • Prof. Daniel Murdiyarso,
      Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), IPB
    • Dr. Yasuaki Hijioka,
      Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research, NIES
    • Prof. Rizaldi Boer,
      Centre for Climate Risk and Opportunity Management in Southeast Asia Pasific (CCROM – SEAP), IPB
  • Poster Session / Coffee Break 14:40-15:20
  • Presentations
    • Prof. Ucok Siagian,
      Vice Chairman, Center for Research on Energy Policy, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
    • Prof. Tsuyoshi Fujita,
      Director, Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research, NIES
  • Discussion 16:00-16:55

Closing Remarks16:55- 17:00

  • Closing Remarks
    • Mr. Hiroyuki Ishitobi,
      Vice President, NIES

1. Opening

Dr. Akimasa Sumi

Dr. Akimasa Sumi

President, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

Prof. Dr. Kazuo Yamamoto

Prof. Dr. Kazuo Yamamoto

Vice President for Administration, AIT, Thailand

2. Framing Speech

Dr. Fumiko Kasuga

Dr. Fumiko Kasuga

Senior fellow, NIES, Visiting professor, UTokyo

3. Environmental Monitoring using Satellites

Dr. I Nyoman Radiarta, S.Pi, M.Sc

Dr. I Nyoman Radiarta, S.Pi, M.Sc

Research and Observation of the Ocean (KKP) Perancak – Bali

Dr. Shiro Ochi

Dr. Shiro Ochi

Visiting Scientist, GeoInformatics Center (AIT).

Prof. Dr. Ir. I Wayan Nuarsa, M.Si

Prof. Dr. Ir. I Wayan Nuarsa, M.Si

Graduate Study on Environmental Science Postgraduate Program, Udayana University.

Dr. Tsuneo Matsunaga

Dr. Tsuneo Matsunaga

Director/Head, Center for Global Environmental Research, NIES

Dr. HIkibi Noda

Dr. HIkibi Noda

Researcher, Center for Global Environmental Research, NIES

4. Environmental Risk and Health

Prof. Chiho Watanabe

Prof. Chiho Watanabe

Department of Human Ecology, Graduate School of Medicine, UTokyo

Dr. Adi Wirawan, Ph.D

Head of Program Study Public Health, Udayana University

Dr. Noriyuki Suzuki

Dr. Noriyuki Suzuki

Director, Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research, NIES

5. Biodiversity

Dr. Manabu Onuma

Dr. Manabu Onuma

Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies, NIES

Dr. Nophea Sasaki

Dr. Nophea Sasaki

Asian Institute of Technology

Dr. Zainal Arfin

(LIPI) (coral triangle initiative)

Dr. Alan Frendy Koropitan

Dr. Alan Frendy Koropitan

Bogor Agriculture University ( IPB )

6. Waste Management and Recycling

Dr. Yoshitake Ebie

Center for Material Cycles and Waste Management Research, NIES

Prof. Kikuchi

UTokyo

Dr. Masato Yamada

Dr. Masato Yamada

Head, Radiological Contaminated off-site waste Management Section, Fukushima Branch, NIES

7. Synergizing Adaptation and Migration Actions

Prof. Kensuke Fukushi

Prof. Kensuke Fukushi

UTokyo and collaborative researchers

Prof. Toru Watanabe

Prof. Toru Watanabe

Department of Food, Life and Environmental Sciences, Yamagata University, Japan

Dr. Kozo Watanabe

Dr. Kozo Watanabe

Department of Food, Life and Environmental Sciences, Yamagata University, Japan

Prof. Daniel Murdiyarso

Prof. Daniel Murdiyarso

Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), IPB

Prof. Yasuaki Hijioka

Prof. Yasuaki Hijioka

Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research, NIES

Prof. Rizaldi Boer

Prof. Rizaldi Boer

Centre for Climate Risk and Opportunity Management in Southeast Asia Pasific (CCROM – SEAP), IPB

Prof. Ucok Siagian

Prof. Ucok Siagian

Vice Chairman, Center for Research on Energy Policy, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia

Prof. Tsuyoshi Fujita

Prof. Tsuyoshi Fujita

Director, Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research, NIES

8. Closing

Mr. Hiroyuki Ishitobi

Mr. Hiroyuki Ishitobi

Vice President, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

9. Poster

Dr. Kazukata MURAKAMI

Dr. Kazukata MURAKAMI

Research Associate, Center for Global Environmental Research, NIES, Japan

Dr. SHI Yusheng

Dr. SHI Yusheng

Research Associate, Center for Global Environmental Research, NIES, Japan

Dr. Toru KAWAI

Dr. Toru KAWAI

Researcher, Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research, NIES, Japan

Dr. Takashi ONODERA

Dr. Takashi ONODERA

Senior Researcher, Center for Environmental Research, NIES, Japan

Dr. Manabu ONUMA

Dr. Manabu ONUMA

Dr. Toshinori ARIGA

Dr. Toshinori ARIGA

Researcher, Center for Social and Environmental System Research, NIES, Japan

Dr. Takuya SAITO

Dr. Takuya SAITO

Senior Researcher, Center for Environmental Measurement and Analysis, NIES, Japan

Dr. Ryo TAJIMA

Dr. Ryo TAJIMA

Researcher, Center for Material Cycle and Waste Management Research / Fukushima Branch, NIES, Japan

Hideyuki Mohri

Hideyuki Mohri


Researcher, The University of Tokyo Institutes for Advanced Study (UTIAS) Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science (IR3S), Science and Communication Officer, Future Earth

National Institute for Environmental Studies

  • Estimations of 1km grid Global Terrestrial Carbon Fluxes Using Satellite Data
    Dr. Kazutaka Murakami
    Research Associate, Center for Global Environmental Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
  • A High-Resolution Emission Inventory for Open Biomass Burning in Tropical Regions Based on Satellite Observations
    Dr. Yusheng Shi
    Research Associate, Center for Global Environmental Research,
    National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
  • Development of a New Global Multimedia Model for Mercury
    Dr. Toru Kawai
    Researcher, Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
  • Pilot-scale Experiment of DHS Reactor for Secondary Treatment of Desludging Septic Tank Wastewater in Banda Aceh, Indonesia
    Dr. Takashi Onodera
    Senior Researcher, Center for Regional Environmental Research,
    National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
  • Establishing a Genetic Resource Bank Network for Endangered Species in Asia
    Dr. Manabu Onuma
    Senior reseaecher, Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
  • Prospect of Passenger Car CO2 Emissions with Urban Population Density Scenarios in Japan
    Dr. Toshinori Ariga
    Researcher, Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
  • Volatile Organic Compound Measurements in Malaysia during the 2015 Indonesian Fires
    Dr. Takuya Saito
    Senior Researcher, Center for Environmental Measurement and Analysis, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
  • Conceptualising Disaster Resilient Waste Management
    Dr. Ryo Tajima
    Researcher, Center for Material Cycle and Waste Management Research / Fukushima Branch,
    National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science, The University of Tokyo

  • Ecosystem Services of Traditional Homegardens: A Case Study on Strategies to Enhance Rural Resilience in Sri Lanka
    Hideyuki Mohri
    Researcher, The University of Tokyo Institutes for Advanced Study (UTIAS) Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science (IR3S)
    Science and Communication Officer Future Earth

Asian Institute of Technology

  • Replication of Wildlife Enforcement Monitoring System Framework in Asia and Strengthening Transcontinental Collaboration
    Manesh Lacoul
    Deputy Director, Wildlife Enforcement Monitoring System (WEMS) , Secretariat, AIT Solutions,
    Asian Institute of Technology
  • Reducing Pesticide Usage through Sex Pheromone for Increasing Brinjal and Cucumber Production under Safe Environment in Inland and Coastal Region of Bangladesh
    Zannatul Ferdous
    Department of Food, Agriculture and Bioresources, School of Environment, esources and Development,
    Asian Institute of Technology

Institute for Global Environmental Strategies

  • Determinants of Energy Savings in Bogor, Indonesia
    Ryoko Nakano
    Deputy Area Leader, Integrated Policies for Sustainable Societies, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Japan
  • The Effect of Prepaid Electricity System on Household Energy Consumption – the Case of Bogor, Indonesia
    Sudarmanto Budi Nugroho
    Policy Researcher, Programme Management Office,
    Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Japan

Indonesian participants

  • Electricity Consumption and Influence Factors Analysis in Official, Commercial and Residential Buildings in Bogor, Indonesia
    Seiya Maki
    National Institute for Environmental Studies
  • Tuna Swimming Layer Depth Based on Tuna Catch, ARGO Float and MODIS Data (Case Study in PPS Cilacap)
    Geertruidha Adelheid Latumeten
    Udayana University
  • Identification Of Mangrove Forest Damage By Using Object Based Image Analysis Study Case: Taman Hutan Raya Ngurah Rai, Denpasar, Bali
    Syaiful Muflichin Purnama
    National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN)
  • Evaluation of Mangrove Forest Change and Fragmentation in Mahakam Delta, East Kalimantan for Coastal Management
    Vina Nurul Husna
    Gadjah Mada University
  • STUDY OF LAND USE CHANGE FROM 1997 TO 2014 USING LANDSAT DATA IN BANGLI REGENCY
    Nuranita Naningsi
    Udayana University
  • The Study of Bottom Substrate Mapping Accuracy with 2D and 3D in Biawak Island Seas of Indramayu District West Java
    Egy Purnama
    Padjajaran University
  • Dengue Fever Vulnerability Mapping In West Java And Jakarta
    Luisa Febrina Amalo
    Bogor Agricultural University
  • Comparison of Water Status on Sanur and Sindhu Beach Against Tourism Activity by Storet Method
    Pande Komang Ngurah Kerta Sanjaya
    Udayana University
  • Carbon dioxide dynamics in a lake and reservoir on a tropical island (Bali, Indonesia)
    Paul Macklin
    National Marine Science Centre, Southern Cross University
  • Determination of Vulnerability Level and Precipitation Influenced of Diarrhea Diseases (Case Study: Bogor Districts)
    Irza Arnita Nur
    Bogor Agricultural University
  • Community Structure of Mangrove Ecosystem in Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida District, Bali
    Made Ayu Pratiwi
    Udayana University
  • Variation of Podocarpus imbricatus at Pohen Hill, Tabanan, Bali
    Made Pharmawati
    Udayana University
  • Morphometric Characteristics Of Nyalian Fish In Buyan Lake And Beratan Lake, Bali
    G.R.A. Kartika
    Udayana University
  • MSW Management at DKI Jakarta for Climate Change Mitigation
    Rias Parinderati
    Bogor Agricultural University
  • The Use of Horizontal Sub-Surface Flow Constructed Wetlands to Treat Laundry Wastewater
    Gede Herry Purnama
    Udayana University
  • Vulnerability and Adaptation of Cocoa Farming in Bali, Indonesia
    Ibnu Budiman
    Su-re.co
  • Implementation of Management and FisheriesConservation (Case Study Lemuru Fisheries at Bali Strait)
    Nyoman Dati Pertami
    Study Program of Aquatic Resources Management, Faculty of Marine and Fishery, Udayana University
  • Sea Level Rise Impact on Eastern Coast of North Sumatra, Indonesia
    Jonson Lumban
    IPB
  • Catch per unit effort (CPUE) and fishing season index (FSI) of Bali sardinella (Sardinella lemuru Bleeker 1853) in Pengambengan Port, Bali, Indonesia
    Rani Ekawaty
    Udayana University
  • Water Quality Condition and Heavy Metal Chromium (Cr) Content in Tukad Badung River, Denpasar, Bali
    Alfi Hermawati Waskita Sari
    Udayana University
  • The Peformance of Male Local Rabbit that Given Commercial Feed Supplemented by Cod Liver Oil
    Ni Gusti Ayu Manik Ermayanti
    Udayana University
  • Testicular Histology of Rabbits Fed with Commercial Feed Substitution Treatment with Moringa Leaf Meal
    Ni Made Rai Suarni
    Udayana University
  • Sensitivity of precipitation to sea surface temperature over the Java-Bali region
    I ketut Budiartawan
    Udayana University
  • The Implementation of Technology and Financial Access Based Weather Index Insurance in Indramayu, Indonesia
    Prof. Dr. Rizaldi Boer
    CCROM SEAP IPB
  • Pathways to deep decarbonizing agriculture, forest and other land users sector in Indonesia University
    Gito Sugih Immanuel
    CCROM SEAP IPB
  • Fire Risk System Using Climate Satellite Data and Fire Vulnerability
    M. Ardiansyah
    CCROM-SEAP - IPB
  • Distribution of Mercury (Hg) in the Banyuasin Estuary, South Sumatera
    A.I.S. Purwiyanto
    Udayana University
  • Enumeration methods used to investigate the production of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) in Indian Ocean; Case study of tuna monitoring in Benoa Port, Bali, Indonesia
    Irwan Jatmiko
    Udayana University