Lecture on Environmental Risk Management Leader

Numbering Code G-ENG55 6X321 LE24
G-ENG03 6X321 LE24
Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language English Day/Period Thu.5
Instructor name SHIMIZU YOSHIHISA (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
YOKO SHIMADA (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course In this class, we’ll give lectures on theory of risk analysis, risk identification, risk assessment, risk evaluation, and risk reduction and avoidance in the field of urban human security including human health risk and ecological risk. The main purpose of this lecture is to provide students basic viewpoint and knowledge required for environmental leaders who can practically solve environmental issues occurring in developing countries, showing several international environmental projects as practical case works.
Course Goals The main purpose of this lecture is to provide students with the basic viewpoint and knowledge required for environmental leaders able to practically solve environmental issues occurring in developing countries, focusing on several international environmental projects as practical case works.
Schedule and Contents Introduction,1time,In this introductory lecture, the current situation and problems of the environment in Asian developing countries are explained, and basic ideas for their improvement measures are given together with fundamental terminologies.
Energy and Environment,1time,
View point and commitment to rural environmental issues,1time,
Disaster Risk Management and Grass-roots International Cooperation,1time,
Environmental Risk Assessment and Risk Communication,1time,
Water, Sanitation and Solid Waste Management for Developing Countries,1time,
Presentations and Discussions,2times,
Japan's Lessens on Economy & Development,1time,
Solid Waste Management,1time,
Ensuring Sustainability in Water Supply and Sewerage Sector,1time,
Water Supply and Human Security,1time,
Impending Issues in Lake Biwa-Yodo River Water Management and the Basin Governance,1time,
Environment & Sanitary Engineering Research International Session,1time,
Poster Presentation in Environment & Sanitary Engineering Research Symposium,1time,
Evaluation Methods and Policy Participation, Oral and Poster Presentation, and Report
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) To be announced at class.
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