Introduction for Sustainable Development  (3400010)
Japanese
Common Subjects
Course  :  Master's Course
Subject Type  :  Interdisciplinary Subject
Instructor  :  Professor TAKANO, Masao
Professor KATO, Hirokazu
Associate Professor KOMATSU, Hisashi
Associate Professor SUGIYAMA, Noriko
Credits  :  2
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Class schedule  :     
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Objective
Notice: This lecture is not opened this year.
In order to develop human resources who will build a sustainable future, it is necessary to cultivate skills and skills to solve various problems based on the community. In particular, since the United Nations adopted SDGs in 2015, policy making capacity to achieve as many SDGs as possible in the region is questioned. In this class, we will present challenges from the viewpoints of climate change impact, regional energy, population decline, transportation, public facilities, etc., discuss the way of approach to be made into a sustainable society among students, . Through these, we aim to incorporate SD (or SDGs) into students' research and into their future work.
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Contents
1 Introduction
2 Sustainable Development Goals (Earth and region)
3 International trend of climate change problem
4 Climate change mitigation measures and adaptation measures in the region
5 Funds refunding by energy-producing area
6 Urban and architectural issues in the period of declining population ① Empty house
7 Urban and architectural issues in the era of population decline ② Restructuring of public facilities
8 Regional creation in depopulated areas (1) ① Depopulation and ecological degradation
9 Regional creation in depopulated areas (2) 'Satoyama capitalism' and migration from cities
10 Selection of policies to achieve more SDGs than 6.20 (1)
11 Selection of policies to achieve more than 6.27 SDGs (2)
12 How to Protect the Important Public Transport in the Region (1)
13 How to Protect the Important Public Transport in the Region (2)
14 SDGs Simultaneous Achievement Strategy in the Region (Student Presentation 1)
15 SDGs Simultaneous Achievement Strategy in Region (Student Presentation 2)
It is needed to take time for reading textbook and related papers and preparing the presentation after the class.



























Grading Criteria
Contents of each mini-report, degree of participation in discussion, attendance attitude
It is required to understand the concept of SDGs and considering adequate policies to achieve the SDGs.

Course Textbook
Recommended Reference Books, Other Study Material, and notes
Language in class
▪ Presentation & Materials : Partially in English
▪ Oral explanations : Japanese only
▪ Questions in English : Not available
e-mail address / Tel No / Room of Instructor(s)
masao@nagoya-u.jp
 
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