Our panel session at BRC (Borneo Research Council) Conference

June 26, 2012
The members of this project participated in BRC (Borneo Research Council) Conference at Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) in Borneo and held a special panel session.

At the session we could have many positive feedback from the participants.
Among others, we were pleased to get acquainted with the researchers from universities overseas.
A member of the Australian National University gave us a frank observation to our presentation which encouraged us a lot.

We were fortunate to have an opportunity to share our opinions with a research group who had a presentation called “Political Ecology of the Kapuas River” comprising a group of researchers of Universität Bonn and Universität Bremen.
We reached a consensus to share our information and exchange our views and ideas.

The theme and topics of the panel session is as follows:
【Theme】 Panel: Human-Nature Interactions of Riverine Societies in Sarawak
26th June, 2012 at Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD)

《1:00-1:30 》
Human-Nature Interactions of the Riverine Societies in Sarawak: A Transdisciplinary Approach.
by Noboru Ishikawa

Socio-Economic Impacts of Oil Palm Industry on Rural Communities in Sarawak, Malaysia.
by Yumi Kato and Ryoji Soda

Material and Financial Metabolism in Oil Palm Production: A Company in Sarawak.
by Yucho Sadamichi and Fumikazu Ubukata

《afternoon tea break》

Influence of Land-use on Stream Water Chemistry in Bintulu Division, Sarawak, Malaysia: Preliminary Results of Snap-shot Sampling.
by Naoko Tokuchi, Keitaro Fukushima, Hiromitsu Samejima, and Osamu Kozan

Wildlife Use of Habitat in a Production Forest Environment in Central Sarawak.
by Jason Hon and Hiromitsu Samejima

《4:00-4:30 》
The Birds’ Nests Commodity Chain between Sarawak and East Asia.
by Daniel Chew and Tetsu Ichikawa

写真1BRCで発表する石川氏 / Photo1 Mr. Ishikawa at BRC 写真2 BRCで発表する市川氏 / Photo2 Mr. Ichikawa at BRC 写真3 BRCでのティーブレイクの様子 / Photo3 Tea break at the session of BRC 写真4 BRCでの懇親会での記念撮影 / Photo4 A snapshot from  the post-session party at BRC

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