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Meetings of ECCAP Project

26-28 September 2007, Bangkok, Thaland
UNESCO Conference on Ethics of Energy Technologies in Asia and the Pacific (EETAP), organized in collaboration with The Royal Thai Ministry of Energy and the Minsitry of Science and Technology, formally launched the Project.
The Conference Agenda (pdf), abstracts (232kb - pdf) and Report (347kb - pdf).


Meetings added with most recent at top of the page, and earlier below.

“Beyond Fukushima: Ethics, Energy and Climate Change”
Public forum organized in cooperation with: UNESCO Bangkok RUSHSAP, National Commission of the Philippines to UNESCO, and the Department of Philosophy of Ateneo de Manila University.

30 April 2011, Ching-Tan Room of Ateneo Gokongwei School of Management, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Q.C.

Joint UNESCO-Miriam College Workshop on Environmental Ethics Education for All 
2-3 December 2009 
Miriam College, 
Manila, the Philippines

UNESCO Workshop on Ethics and Climate Change in Asia and the Pacific
5 December 2009 (Workshop Flyer)
Yokohama City University
Yokohama, Japan

UNESCO Consultation Workshop on ECCAP                                                                                                      
18 September 2009,
Manila, The Philippines
Programme of the Workshop (pdf)


Expert Consultation Meeting on Ethics of Energy Technologies and Social Sciences in Asia and the Pacific.         
25 August 2009, Bangkok, Thailand 
Programme document (pdf) and Report (pdf) of the Meeting.


The Sixth Ordinary Session of The World Commission of the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology (COMEST) and Satellite Events
15-19 June 2009,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Joint UNESCO-Kadoorie Institute (University of Hong Kong) Conference on Community Engagement and the Ethical Dimensions of Energy Technologies
9 May 2009, Hong Kong, China [POSTPONED] 


UNESCO Meeting of Ethics of Energy Technologies Working Group 1 on Universalism and Environmental Values
14 December 2008,
University of Kumamoto
Kumamoto city, Japan


UNESCO Meeting of Ethics of Energy Technologies Working Group 10 on Ethical Frameworks for Research Agenda and Policy
4 November 2008,
Joygakarta, Indonesia

The Second Joint UNESCO-Peking University Conference on Water Ethics
22-23 October 2008,
Beijing, China

UNESCO Conference on Ethics of Energy Technologies Working Group 7 on Energy Equity and Human Security        
22-23 September 2008, Chennai, India        
The Conference Programme (pdf)


UNESCO Conference on Ethics of Energy Technologies and Human Rights   
19 August 2008, Bangkok, Thailand
The Conference Agenda (pdf)
Live webcast: http://203.152.14.99/ue/cgi_stream


UNESCO Conference on Ethics of Energy Technologies Working Group 2 on Ethical Views of Nature
3 August 2008,
Seoul, Korea

Joint UNESCO-UNITAR Dialogues on Ethics of Nuclear Energy Technologies
25-27 July 2008, Hiroshima, Japan:
* Programme (pdf file)
* The Conference conclusion (pdf) in response to the Depleted Uranium (DU) Resolution adopted at the United Nations General Assembly on 5 December, 2007

UNESCO Meeting of Ethics of Energy Technologies Working Group 12 on Nuclear Dialogues
25 July 2008
Hiroshima, Japan
Programme of the Meeting (pdf)


UNESCO Conference on Ethics of Energy Technologies Working Group 13 on Energy Flow, Environment and Ethical Implications for Meat Production
24 July 2008
United Nations University, Institute of Advanced Studies
Yokohama, Japan
* Call for papers (pdf)
* Draft programme (pdf)
* * Background papers: David Fraser, Animal welfare and the intensification of animal production: An alternative interpretation (Rome: FAO 2005); FAO ETHICS SERIES 3, The ethics of sustainable agricultural intensification (Rome: FAO 2004); Henning Steinfeld, et al., Livestock's Long Shadow, Environmental Issues and Options (Rome: FAO 2006).


UNESCO Conference on Ethics of Energy Technologies Working Gropup 9 on Adoption and Development of Energy Technologies State of the Art review
12 June 2008 [09:00-15:30]
Bangkok, Thailand 
 

Joint UNESCO-Macquarie University Forum on The Ethics of Energy Technology
4 May 2008
Sydney, Australia 
http://www.els.mq.edu.au/UNESCO/unesco-forum.html

 

Links to ppt files will be added in the future.

Last updated on 25 April 2011.