The Sixth International Forum for
Sustainable Asia and the Pacific

Poster Sessions / Exhibitions

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Poster Session for Young Researchers

On the occasion of ISAP2014, IGES hosted a poster session to give young researchers and students a chance to participate and exchange views on their research ideas. This year’s posters were provided by students from three universities, namely, Yokohama National University (YNU), Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus (KEIO) and United Nations University (UNU-IAS), as well as young IGES researchers.
Eight posters were submitted and all ISAP audience and speakers were requested to vote for the highest evaluated poster. The awards went to Mr. Md Saiful Islam and Mr. Mohammad Raknuzzaman, Yokohama National University.

  1. Awards Ceremony of Poster Session in Closing session

  1. Poster Session for Young Researchers

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Poster Session on IGES’s Major Achievements “Vote for the Top Three”

We held a poster session highlighting some of IGES’s recent major achievements. All speakers and participants at ISAP2014 are cordially invited to vote for the Top Three achievements.

ISAP2014 Exhibitions

ISAP2014 held an exhibition and poster display on the main floor with outputs of the latest research activities at IGES and UNU-IAS as well as attractive displays from sponsors and related organisations.

  1. Ministry of the Environment, Japan
  2. Kanagawa Prefectural Government
  3. City of Yokohama
  4. Kawasaki City
  1. City of Kitakyushu
  2. Yokohama City University
    Global Cooperation Institute for Sustainable Cities
  3. Keio University International Program for Environmental Innovators
  4. Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan
  1. Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN)
  2. IPCC TFI Technical Support Unit (TSU)
  3. Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
  4. United Nations University Institute for the Advanced
    Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS)

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