*Please note that this event was held in English only, and no interpretation was provided.
*このイベントは英語で開催されます。日本語やその他の言語での通訳はありません。

・Event Title: The Coastal Seascapes We Want! – Voices of Women Scientists in Ocean Research
イベントタイトル:私たちが望む里海! – 海洋研究における女性科学者の声

・Programme プログラムと登壇者:
1. 0:00-2:10 : Opening and Introduction 開会の挨拶
Ms Mikiko Nagai, Liaison Coordinator (UNU-IAS OUIK)
国連大学サステナビリティ高等研究所OUIK(UNU-IAS OUIK)事務局長 永井三岐子

2. 2:10-21:30 : Introduction of the UN Ocean Decade of Science; Conserving coastal seascapes and livelihoods through the Noto Satoumi Movement in Ishikawa, Japan
「持続可能な開発のための国連海洋科学の10年」の紹介と石川の里海ムーブメントを通した里海と生業の保全について
Dr Evonne Yiu, Research Consultant (UNU-IAS OUIK)
UNU-IAS OUIK研究員 イヴォーン・ユー

3. 21:30-33:00 : Reef restoration and coastal construction in Okinawa, Japan
沖縄県におけるサンゴ礁の回復と沿岸開発
Dr Piera Biondi, Researcher, Molecular Invertebrate Systematics and Ecology Laboratory, Graduate School of Engineering and Science, University of the Ryukyus
琉球大学研究員 Dr Piera Biondi

4. 33:30-47:00 : Case Studies on the Effectiveness of Japan’s Satoumi-type Integrated Coastal Management for Biodiversity Conservation
日本のおける生物多様性の保全を目的とした里海形式の統合的沿岸管理の効果に関する事例
Dr Junko Toyoshima, Researcher, Ocean Policy Research Institute
笹川平和財団海洋政策研究所研究員 豊島淳子

5. 47:00-58:30 : Citizen science in coastal seascapes conservation: Experiences of SEGO Initiative in Fujisawa, Japan
沿岸景観の保全に関わる市民科学 – 藤沢市におけるSEGOイニシアチブの経験から
Ms Alana Bonzi, Co-founder and Director, SEGO Initiative and Adjunct Lecturer, Keio University
慶應大学講師、SEGOイニシアティブ代表 Ms Alana Bonzi

6. 58:30-1:34:00 : Panel Discussion and Q&A パネルディスカッション
“Role of Women in Ocean Sciences and Conserving Coastal Seascapes”
Moderator: Evonne Yiu
Panelists: Dr Biondi, Dr Toyoshima, Ms Bonzi
モデレーター:イヴォーン・ユー
パネリスト:Dr Biondi、豊島淳子、Ms Bonzi

7. 1:34:00 : Closing 閉会

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