28 march 2013

Session 2: Water and China (D311, HSS-B2)

The “Hydro-hegemon”: China’s glut for water and its geopolitical implications for South & South-East Asia Mukul Raheja, OP Jindal Global University, Haryana, India

Encountering Water Shortage in Beijing: The Scale Politics of the South–North Water Transfer Project in China, Shuwei Huang and Jenn-Hwan Wang, NCCU, Taiwan

Morning Break

Session 3: Water treatment and Education (D311, HSS-B2)

Inventory and Promotion of Wastewater Reclamation/Reuse Project in Taiwan. H. H. Huang, Y. D. Huang, C. P. Chu, Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Inc., Taipei, Taiwan; Juan, Y. W. Wu and S. J. Liu, Water Resource Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taipei, Taiwan.

Analytic Hierarchy Process of Scholar Experts for Promoting the Social Education of Water Resource Conservation. Yi-Ti Tung, Tzu-Yi Pai , Hui-Yu Huang, Chung Shan Medical University

The Prioritizing Recognition of Environmental Education Counseling Group for Promoting the Water Resource Conservation in Elementary School Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process. Yi-Ti Tung, Tzu-Yi Pai, Su-Hwa Lin, Pei-Yu Yang, Shun-Cheng Wang, Yi-Fang Huang, Hsin-Yi Lee

Workshop Lunch

Session 4: Water and Culture (D311, HSS-B2)

Water and Agricultural Ethics from an East/West Comparative Perspective. Prof. Cheng Kai-Yuan, NYMU, Taiwan.

Philosophical and Cultural perspective on Right for Water and Subsistence Rights. Prof. Jean-Yves Heurtebise, Aix-Marseille University, France, visiting professor, NDHU.

Concluding Forum: Wrap up and Round Table

End of Workshop

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