skip to Main Content

Earth System Governance Tokyo Conference – First Announcement

Earth System Governance Tokyo Conference: Complex Architectures, Multiple Agents

United Nations University Conference Center, Tokyo, 28-31 January 2013

The Tokyo Conference on Earth System Governance will be held 28-31 January 2013 at the United Nations University (UNU) Conference Center at the UNU headquarters, Tokyo, Japan. This conference will be the fourth in a global series organized by the Earth System Governance Project. The Earth System Governance Tokyo Conference will be jointly hosted by the United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS), the International Environmental Governance Architecture Research Group and the Tokyo Institute of Technology on behalf of the Earth System Governance Project.

The full Call for Papers will be released soon and will include further details as well as background information to the five conference themes that will be:

1. Architecture of Earth System Governance in the 21st century
2. Climate Governance Architecture
3. The Nexus between Architecture and the other “As”
4. Political Dynamics on Emerging Agencies and Architecture
5. Special Conference Stream on Nuclear Safety and Post-disaster Governance

Please save the dates of the conference.

Conference Chair
Norichika KANIE
Associate Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Research Fellow, The United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS)

 

Download the invitation →here.

More articles

Barriers to interdisciplinarity: an early career researchers’ perspective on urban climate governance
Blog
Barriers to interdisciplinarity: an early career researchers’ perspective on urban climate governance

  Devon Cantwell-Chavez, Jose Manuel Leal, Anne Bach Nielsen, and Marielle Papin   About a year…

News
Science-Policy Opportunities this month

Please find below announcements of opportunities for scholars, some of which fall under Future Earth. As the…

News
Call for Inputs: 10 New Insights in Climate Science

The CALL FOR INPUTS for this year’s 10 New Insights in Climate Science is now open.   This is an…