Here is the full version video of Lecture of Takeshi Yoro, titled
”Japan and Fukui in the future” ― Thinking from flourishing forests, animals and plants ―, which was held on November 21st, 2019 as in commemoration of the fourth anniversary of Bhutan Museum in Fukui Prefecture.
- Keynote lecture #1 How Fukui should do in the era of environment welfare
Dr. Isoya Shinji
- Keynote lecture #2 Should Japanese society remain unchanged? Dr. Takeshi Yoro
- Round-table talk ” Thinking from flourishing forests, animals and plants ”
Dr. Takeshi Yoro, Dr.Isoya Shinji, Mr.Yasuhiko Ito, Professor Toshihiro Tsukihara
Keynote lecture #1 How Fukui should do in the era of environment welfare
President of Fukui Prefectural University Director of Fukui Prefectural Satoyama-Satoumi Research Institute, Dr. Isoya Shinji
Keynote lecture #2 Should Japanese society remain unchanged?
Anatomist, Dr. Takeshi Yoro
Round-table talk ― Thinking from flourishing forests, animals and plants ―
Dr. Takeshi Yoro, Dr.Isoya Shinji, Mr.Yasuhiko Ito, Professor Toshihiro Tsukihara（coordinator)
At the round-table talk, they shared each thought on Bhutan watching the video which Mr. Ito created.
From the left in the photo
Dr. Takeshi Yoro
Graduated from Faculty of Medicine, the University of Tokyo in 1962. Professor Emeritus at the University of Tokyo. "The Wall of Fools" written by him has sold over four million copies. He loves insects and now works on environmental issues.
Dr. Isoya Shinji
Doctor of Agriculture. Active in landscape and environment policy, and regional planning as landscape and environmentology academic.
President of Fukui Prefectural University, Director of Fukui Prefectural Satoyama-Satoumi Research Institute
Mr. Yasuhiko Ito
Producer of natural history video. Naturalist. Graduated from Gakushuin University and Minnesota State University. Traveled around the world in more than two decades as a director of nature programs. His great-grandfather was Hirofumi Ito, who was the first Prime Minister.
Professor Toshihiro Tsukihara (coordinator)
Graduated from Kyoto University. When he was a university student, he took the first step into the snowman trekking route and looked up Chomo Lhari of Himalaya for the first time. He visits Bhutan nearly every year. Professor of Global and Community studies department of University of Fukui. His specialty is geography. The vice president of Bhutan Museum.