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This public discussion and workshop address the general theme of education and the science of sustainability. Its title encompasses ecological footprints and the footprints of social progress/development. In linking these concepts we are asking: can we continue to improve the quality of life and provide a better standard of living for people while preserving the health of the environment? This is the challenge of sustainable development. In order to meet it, we must learn new and better ways of balancing human needs with environmental ones. This is the goal of education for sustainable development.

Language     :    Japanese with English Simultaneous Interpretation

Organizers    :    Tama University Research Development Organization (principal organizer)
                        :    United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS)

Date               :    Wednesday 25 July, 2007

Venue            :    UN House,  53-70 Jingumae 5-chome  Shibuya                     
                            
Morning Session: 9:30am - 11:30am  (Open to Public)
U Thant Hall, 3rd Floor, UN House  

Video Message    Dr. Mamoru Mohri, National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
Panel Discussion 
1.    Tsutomu Kimura, National Institution for Academic Degrees
2.    Kenichi Shinoda, National Museum of Nature and Science
3.    Junichiro Mizuki, JAEA Synchrotron Radiation Research Center
4.    Robert Semper, The Exploratorium San Francisco
5.    David Chittenden, Minnesota Science Museum
6.    Junko Miura, Hiroshima Kokutaji High School
7.    Mark Tronicke, Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology

Afternoon Session: 1:30pm - 4:30pm

Elizabeth Rose Hall, 5th Floor, UN House 

Workshop for Educators and Museum Personnel
"Collaboration and community building in education for sustainable development"

Visit the workshop's webpage and register online www.tamafoot.org

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