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2018/04/20

2018年度開講科目一覧 Subjects for 2018

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自然保護寄附講座2018年度開講科目一覧を更新しました。
The certificate programme on Nature Conservation subjects for A.Y. 2018 was updated.

 CPNC2018 Subjetcs 20180420.pdf
16:38
2018/04/06

大学院受験案内説明会(筑波会場・東京会場)開催のお知らせ

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大学院受験案内説明会(筑波会場・東京会場)開催のお知らせ

生命環境科学研究科と世界遺産専攻・世界文化遺産学専攻受験案内説明会が筑波キャンパス、東京キャンパス、他でそれぞれ開催されます。

自然保護寄附講座についても説明いたします。
関心がある方はぜひご参加ください。

生命環境科学研究科 全専攻合同説明会 ] 
2018年5月12日(土)10:00~17:00 筑波キャンパス
2018年5月14日(月)18:00~20:00 東京キャンパス
説明会に関する情報は、入試案内のページ からご確認ください。

[ 世界遺産専攻・世界文化遺産学専攻 入試説明会 ]
2018年5月27日(日)18:30~20:00 キャンパスプラザ京都 演習室5
2018年6月8日(金)18:15~20:00 筑波大学人文社会学系棟B218
2018年6月10日(日)14:00~16:00 筑波大学東京キャンパス文京校舎 117番講義室
説明会に関する情報は、入試案内のページ からご確認ください。





16:34 | 学外イベント
2018/03/30

「自然保護学入門」が出版されました

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自然保護寄附講座編による書籍「自然保護学入門 ひとと自然をつなぐ」が本日出版されました。



2018 年3月30日発行 
筑波大学自然保護寄附講座編
発売: 丸善出版株式会社
TEL: 03-3512-3256


17:04
2018/03/29

Martin F. Price教授(UNESCO-MAB)が筑波大学を訪問しました

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UNESCO-MAB(Man and the Biosphere Programme:人間と生物圏計画)に参画してきたMartin F. Price教授(ハイランズ/アイランズ大学パース校、写真右から3人目)が筑波大学を訪問しました。


吉田正人教授と佐伯いく代准教授より、自然保護寄附講座について紹介を行いました。

17:52 | 学内イベント
2018/03/29

[申請書 Application Form]第5期自然保護寄附講座

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【受付を終了しました。Closed.】

自然保護寄附講座サーティフィケートプログラムの履修希望申請書をアップしました。
The application form for Certificate Programme on Nature Conservation is uploaded.
(in English below)

[ 申  請  書 ]  WordPDF

[ 提出〆切 ] 2018年4月25日(水)15:00まで(時間厳守)

[ 提  出  先 ]  共同研究棟A 202 世界遺産専攻事務室内自然保護寄附講座事務局

[ 受付時間 ]  9:30-17:00

[ 事務担当 ]  八十島(やそじま)、須田

[ 問  合  せ ]  TEL  029-853-6344
        E-MAIL  nature@heritage.tsukuba.ac.jp(←@を小文字にしてください)

* 原則申請書は事務担当へ直接提出すること。 困難な場合はメールに添付でも可。
* 必ず指導教員から署名・押印をもらってから提出すること。

履修生募集説明会を4月12日(木)と4月13日(金)に開催します。
どちらか都合の良い方にご参加ください!



(in English)

[ Application Form ]  WordPDF

[ Deadline to submit ]  25 April 2018 15:00

[ Place of submission ] Cooperative Reseach Building A 202

[ Time ] 9:30-17:00

[ Person in charge ] Ms. Yasojima and Ms. Suda 

[ Contact ] TEL  029-853-6344
       E-MAIL  nature@heritage.tsukuba.ac.jp

*Submit the form to the Certificate Programme on Nature Conservation office by hand.
*It's acceptable to submit by mail attachment. 
*Be sure to receive their signatures and seals from your supervisors.  

The programme will hold the orientation on Thursday 12 April and Friday 13 April.
Let's join us!



14:46
2018/03/28

Call for participation to the Certificate Programme on Nature Conservation 2018!

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【Closed】

Let's join the Certificate Programme on Nature Conservation (CPNC) 2018!

This program provides a unique opportunity of interdisciplinary study on the conservation of natural and cultural heritage as well as the on-the-job training experience at protected areas and/or conservation organizations. 

 
All CPNC staffs will look forward to meeting you at the orientation!


[ Orientation ]
1st   Thu. April 12, 2018 17:00-18:00
2nd  Fri.   April 13, 2018 17:00-18:00
Venue: Humanities and Social Science Bldg B 218
(opposite Central Library)

For: The graduate students from ALL faculties of University of Tsukuba

Language: Consecutive Interpretation of Japanese and English 

*Not necessary to register in advance
*The two sessions are identical.

12:28 | 学内イベント
2018/03/28

自然保護寄附講座第5期生募集!

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【受付を終了しました】

自然保護寄附講座第5期生(平成30年度履修開始)を募集します!

講義や実習を通して、「自然保護」について一緒に学びませんか?
ご関心のある方は、お気軽に説明会にご参加ください。
スタッフ一同、学生の皆さんのご参加をお待ちしています!

[ 説明会 ]
第1回 2018年4月12日(木)17:00-18:00
第2回 2018年4月13日(金)17:00-18:00

場所:筑波大学 人文社会学系棟B 218号室
(中央図書館すぐ脇)

使用言語:日本語・英語逐次通訳

対象:筑波大学 大学院生(全研究科)

*事前申込不要
*各回、同じ内容です
11:55 | 学内イベント
2018/03/19

ニュースレターNo.4を発行しました!

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自然保護寄附講座Newsletter No.4を発行しました。



CPNC_Newsletter_No.4.pdf (1.7MB)

【コンテンツ】
国際シンポジウム「Local Communities and Nature Conservation: 地域に根差した自然保護」
Project Practice in Natural Heritage(タスマニア実習)
海外フィールド活動等支援制度
第2回「アジア太平洋地域の遺産保護における自然と文化の連携に関する人材育成ワークショップ」
世界遺産シンポジウム「自然と文化をつなぐ 神聖な景観」
国内インターンシップ体験談
自然保護寄附講座2018年度開講科目一覧
自然保護寄附講座修了生の声

2018 年3月19 日発行 
編集・発行 筑波大学大学院自然保護寄附講座事務局
〒305-8572 茨城県つくば市天王台1-1-1 筑波大学共同研究棟A202
TEL (029)-853-6344
E-mail nature@heritage.tsukuba.ac.jp


08:00
2018/03/14

Workshop announcement

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UNESCO Chair on Nature-Culture Linkages in Heritage Conservation

Capacity Building Workshop on Nature-Culture Linkages in Heritage Conservation in Asia and the Pacific: Disasters and Resilience

Dates: September 21 – October 1, 2018

Place: University of Tsukuba,Japan

Organized by the UNESCO Chair on Nature-Culture Linkages in Heritage Conservation at the University of Tsukuba, in cooperation with the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, IUCN, ICCROM and ICOMOS.


The CBWNCL

 

Heritage Conservation is an evolving practice, and one of the current debates focuses on identifying and recovering the connections between nature and culture sectors.This exchange has become instrumental for the interpretation, conservation and sustainable management of both natural and cultural heritage sites.

 

The purpose of the Capacity Building Workshops on Nature-Culture Linkages in Asia and the Pacific (CBWNCL) is to contribute to the World Heritage Capacity Building Programme led by ICCROM and IUCN, in consultation with ICOMOS and the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, in developing new approaches towards integrated conservation of cultural and natural heritage. These workshops started in 2016, explore nature-culture linkages with focus on theory and practice in Asia and the Pacific Region. The visit to Japanese heritage sites forms a core component of the programme where participants conduct practical work. Participants will be able to understand issues and explore approaches being adopted in the field.

 

The first workshop under the theme “Agricultural landscapes” was held in September 2016, which was inaugurated with an international symposium at the University of Tsukuba, and with field visits to the Noto Peninsula and the Historical villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama, World Heritage site since 1995. 14 participants coming from the culture and nature sectors from 9 countries in Asia and the Pacific (Philippines, India, Australia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, China, Turkey, Indonesia) and 2 countries from other regions (Latin America, Colombia and Africa, Ghana) gathered with international and Japanese experts during the workshop. The second workshop was dedicated to “Sacred Landscapes” and was held in September 2017. This time, the workshop closed with the Second International Symposium on Nature-Culture Linkages in Heritage Conservation. 16 participants from 13 countries in Asia and the Pacific (Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, China,Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Kyrgyzstan, India and Cambodia) 1 from Europe (France) and 1 from Africa (Ghana), visited along with international experts on the heritage field as well as Japanese professionals and site managers, the Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes of the Kii Mountain Range. 

 

 

Theme of CBWNCL 2018: Disasters and Resilience


Increasing disasters, both natural and man-made are severely impacting the well-being of human communities as well as landscapes around the globe.  

As a result, many international organizations and governments are making efforts to combat these threats by developing programs to reinforce disaster risk preparedness, management and mitigation, and to build resilience in vulnerable territories such as small islands states, coastal regions, desert areas and under-developed human settlements.

 

Natural and cultural heritage are not exempted from this increased vulnerability, and strategies are being put in practice for protecting them in isolation by practitioners of the two sectors. The UNESCO Chair on Nature-Culture Linkages created recently at Tsukuba University and its ongoing programme intend to create aspace for the exchange between natural heritage and cultural heritage sectors. In this workshop, the interest lies in exploring the nature-culture linkages that could be developed in the context of disaster preparedness, response and recovery, and the possibilities of developing comprehensive approaches that consider the cultural values that could contribute to the conservation of natural areas as well as the natural values that can support the protection of cultural heritage. By sharing experiences and case studies, observing the Japanese experience in the field and exchanging knowledge among practitioners from Asia and the Pacific, the workshop expects to raise awareness, and reflect on a region that is increasingly vulnerable to disasters, but also, strong in resilience and recovery experience.

Objectives

  • To strengthen theoretical knowledge on disasters and resilience and its relevancein connecting conservation practices between natural and cultural heritage professionals.
  • To visit and exchange experiences with local managers and residents in areas/sites in Japan that have been affected by disasters and learn how cultural and natural heritage have been protected, conserved or recovered with different approaches, initiatives and governance systems.
  • To reflect on nature-culture linkages, natural values and cultural values invulnerable landscapes in general, and in participants’ own sites/case studiesin particular.
  • To establish networks among heritage practitioners in the region. 


Methodology
The workshop is an intensive programme combining theory and practice, through lectures, presentations and roundtables in Tsukuba at the University Campus, and a field trip to the Tohoku region: the Sanriku Reconstruction National Park,  Matsushima, place of scenic beauty, and Hiraizumi - Temples, Gardens and Archaeological Sites Representing the Buddhist Pure Land -, World Heritage property since 2011, where participants will get in contact with local managers and local communities.

New wall protecting a fishermen village from the next tsunami in the Sanriku coast


Participants
The workshop is open to a maximum number of 15 professionals from Asia and the Pacific region involved in the management of cultural or natural heritage sites vulnerable to natural and human-made disasters. Mid-career heritage practitioners with minimum of 5 years of experience from both natural and cultural heritage sectors currently engaged in managing/working in vulnerable cultural heritage sites, and natural heritage sites with cultural values and vice versa are eligible toapply.

 

Lecturers
International and Japanese professionals and academics in the field of heritage conservation (nature and culture sectors).

 

Working language: English

 

Course Fee: Free

 

Travel, accommodation, etc 

Organizers will cover the cost of accommodation and living expenses in Japan. For the selected participants, a limited number of scholarships will be available to cover the international travel costs.

 

Certificate

A certificate of attendance given by the University will be awarded to participants who satisfactorily complete the workshop.

 

Application Requirements

Application Form_CBWNCL_2018.docx

Guidelines for Applications_CBWNCL2018.pdf

To apply

Applications should be e-mailed to applicationscbwncl@gmail.com
Please see the Guidelines for Application for more details.

Application deadline: May 7, 2018


 The memorial stone of the Tsunami in Showa era in Minamisanrikutown



15:49
2018/03/12

佐伯いく代准教授らの研究がプレスリリースに掲載されました

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自然保護寄附講座の佐伯いく代准教授(人間総合科学研究科)らの研究グループによる絶滅危惧植物に関する論文「森の分断・消失が希少種に及ぼす影響~絶滅危惧種クロビイタヤの景観遺伝学的研究からの提言」が、「Biological Conservation」電子版で公開されました。
詳しくは下記ウェブサイトをご覧ください。

筑波大学プレスリリース

Press release in English


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