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Tales of hope: grassroots activities of education for sustainable development (ESD) in Asia and the Pacific.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Chapter I Keynote Address
Saving the Earth throught Sustainable development

Arima Akito

Member of High Level Panel on the UNDESD / Science Museum / Former Minister of Education

1. What does Sustainable development involve?
2. Promotion on the `Mottainai`Campaign
3. Energy issues 1) Increase in Energy consumption / 2) Fossil fuel / 3) New sources of energy
4. Pollution and the enviornmental destruction

1) Stop Pullution and Curb environmental destruction
2) Solving the problems of Garbage and Waste Disposal

5. Global warming 1) Movements surrounding the Kyototo protocol

6. Food problem / 7. UN`s decade of education for Sustainable development

Developing youth in Leadership for sustainable living

Sombath Somphone

Participatory development training centre (PADETC)

Schooling versus education/ Activity-based learning should start from young years

Fundament components of a model of sustainable education

The education system and the role of governance / child education as a point of entry

A tutoring tool for the development Model / Q & A

Chapter II: ESD-oriented activities at the grassroots

1. Gender: Pakistan

Women rising up against gender inequality

Maryam Bibi

Khwendo Kor (woman & childrebn development programme)

Commentator: Jose Roberto Guevara

RMIT University (Royal Melbourne institute for technology)

What is Khwendo Kor? / Gender issues / Discrimination against women / Coping strategies for gender issues / Achievements of Khwend Kor / Recommendations / comment

2. Poverty Reduction: Philippines

Introduction of Upland Integrated Indigenous Agriculture and literacy education

Maria Elena Juliando Bicaldo

Triabel mission Foundation international, Inc. Mindanao

Commentar: Chiba Akihiro International Christian University

Introduction to the TMFII / The upland integrated Indigenous Agriculture Project /
Farm development using the Salt method
Production of fertilizers and pesticides
Formation of the people`s organization and the NFT center / Evidence of change /
Feedback from the indigenous People / Q & A / comment

3. Natural disaster preparedness: Bagladesh

Taking a United Stand against Cyclone

Mohammed Nasir Ullah Bangladesh red Cresent Society

Commentator: Nakayama Shuichi Hiroshima University of economics

The need for Cylone preparedness program (CPP) / The history of CPP /
The Goal of CPP / Volunteer Organizations and opperational method
Dissemination of Cylone warning signals / Orientation and training of volunteers
Preparedness program for Cylones and earthquakes / future prospectus / comment

4. Rural development & cultural diversity: Japan

Living in harmonie with a Traditional town space
- thoughts from Wakasa Kumagawa

Nagae Hisao Wasaka town board of education, Fukui prefecture

Commentar: Abe Osamu Rikkyo University

1. Introduction / 2. geography / Historical background / 4. History of Kumagawa
5. The Japanese system of Townscape Restoration / 6. The Townscape restoration
7. Community education and action /
8. Principles behind communication building
10. The Meaning of education: What is it we are learning? / 11. The fate of Capitalism
12. Self and other are not Separated / 13. Conclusion / Q & A / Comment

5. Enviornmental education: New Zealand

A National network to realize education for sustainability

Lynette E. Brown Taupo-Nui-A-Tia College

Commentar: Nagata Yoshiyuki National Institute for educational policy research (NIER)

Expected outcomes of the national coordination team / Our vision / innovation /
Data gathering / research / Ropu Ako: Teaching and learning /
Assessment for learning / resource dissemination / Pre-Service Teacher education /
Partnerships / Enviroschools Foundation / Department of conservation /
Sustainable Business Network / Maori Worldview /
UN Decade of education for Sustainable development (UNDESD)
Government policy / Conclusions / Q & A / comment

Chapter III Innovative approaches to ESD: Challenges of Asaza Project /
Asaza Project
-Citizen-intiated cooperative Project connects society,
enviornment and economics

Outline of areas of activity for the Asaza Project /
Background of the establishment of Asaza Fund
100-year-plan: The dream of Asaza Fund /
Asaza`s "Forster parent program" / Montoring of organisms in the biotope /
Development of a cooperative monitoring system /
Vegetation preservation and the Use of fascines / "One-day Woodcutter" /
Preservation of the water source district "Yatsuda" / fish meal Project /
Accomplishment and prospects


(I) Keynote speaker
(II) Presenters and commentators
(III) Participants (contry names in alphabetical order)
(IV) Programme of the seminar
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