Fair Use of Multiple Resources in Cross-Scale Context

RIHN 14th International Symposium was held on July11-12, 2019 at Research institute for Humanity and Nature. Having Professor Emeritus Oran R. Young from University of California, Santa Barbara as a keynote speaker, 119 people participated in the event for 2 days.

  1. Session1: Adaptive Governance of Social-Ecological Systems
  2. Session2: Approaches to Bridging Temporal-Spatial Scales
  3. Session3: Multi-Scaler and multi-Actor Equity and Fairness

Program → PDF

Shots from the symposium (You can enlarge images.)

Videos from selected presentations are now available here.

  • Steering toward Sustainability: Cross-scale Interactions, Behavioral Mechanisms, and the Idea of Optimality
    Oran R. YOUNG
    (Bren School of Environmental Science & Management,University of California, Santa Barbara, USA)

  • Adaptive Governance: Community-level Management and Multi-level Linkages
    Fikret BERKES
    (Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba, Canada)

  • Watershed Governance: A Case in the Lake Biwa Watershed
    Noboru OKUDA

  • Stakeholder Engagement in Environmental Governance: Case of Sta. Rosa Watershed, Philippines
    Ria A. LAMBINO

  • A Global Environmental Law Perspective on Fairness and Equity
    Elisa MORGERA
    (Law School, University of Strathclyde, UK)