Tentative international conference program

Ecological Security:
Climate Change and Socio-economic Policy Development Implications in the GMS
9-11 October, 2011, at Chiang Saen Conference Room, Mae Fah Luang University (MFU) Master of Ceremonies: Dr. Phunrawie Promnart (School of Science, MFU)
Day 1 (Sunday, 9 October 2011)
18.00-20.00 Welcome Reception Dinner
(Hosted by MFU at Ruan Rim Nam Restaurant, next to the campus football stadium and Wanawes Guesthouse) Day 2 (Monday, 10 October 2011)
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:25 Opening Ceremony
09:00-09:10 Welcome Address
Dr. Hansa Sanguannoi (Director of NREM Center, MFU) 09:10-09:25 Opening Speech
Dr. Vanchai Sirichana (President, MFU) 09:25-12:15 International and Regional Perspectives
09:25-10:40 Keynote Lecture Session
Chairperson: Dr. Hansa Sanguannoi
09:25-09:50 Keynote Lecture 1: Aquaculture and Food Security.
Prof. Dr. Piamsak Menasveta (Office of the National Research Council of 09:50-10:15 Keynote Lecture 2: Climate Change and Food Security.
Dr. Bhichit Rattakul (Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, ADPC) 10:15-10:40 Keynote Lecture 3: Watershed Ecological Carrying Capacity Analysis:
A Case Study of Lam Phra Phloeng Sub-basin of Mekong, Thailand Dr. Kampanad Bhaktikul (Mahidol University) 10:40-10:55 Coffee Break
10:55-11:20 Transnational Water Governances Prof. Dr. Thaweewong Sri Buri (Chulalongkorn University) 11:20-11.45 Apply Ridge to Ridge Principle to Management and Conservation of Coastal Zone: Mr. Somsak Soonthornnawaphat (IUCN Thailand) 11:45-12.15 Politics of Climate Change Adaptation in Thailand Dr. Danny Marks (Rockefeller Foundation) 12:15-13:00 Lunch (Ground Floor, A/D Building)

13:00-17:25 Regional and Local Perspectives from GMS/UniNet and other Organizations

13:00-13:25 Evaluating Ecological Security in ESIA Studies Dr. Richard Frankel (NREM Center, MFU) 13:25-13:50 Perspectives of Green Marketing for Ecological Security in GMS Ms. Lijun Zhou and Prof. Dr. Dequn Zhou (Kunming University and Kunming University of Science and Technology, P.R. China) Mr. Samard Doungwichitrkul (Geo-Informatics and Space Technology 14:15-14:40 Application of Ecosystem Service Perspective in Conservation and Restoration of Dr. Hoang Thi Thu Huong (Hanoi University of Science and Technology, 14:40-15:05 Fruit Diseases and Quarantine between Thailand and China Prof. Dr. Dequn Zhou and Dr. Yinghui Cheng (Kunming University of Science and Technology and Shenzhen Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine 15:05-15:20 Coffee Break
15:20-15:45 European Policies to Fight Climate Change Experiences with Efficiency and Prof. Dr. Arne Remmen (Aalborg University, Denmark) 15:45-16:10 Energy Recycle for Climate Change Adaptation Dr. Sirintornthep Towprayoon (King Mongkut's University of 16:10-16:35 Rethinking Urban Storm Water Management in Vientiane City Mr. Daophet Aroun and Dr. Soukanh Chithpanya (Vientiane Capital Municipality and National University of Laos, Lao PDR) 16:35-17:00 Dynamics of Dissolved Carbon Dioxide in the Inner Gulf of Thailand Dr. Thanomsak Boonphakdee (Burapha University) 17:00-17:25 Induction of Vitellogenin mRNA Expression in Juvenile False Clown Anemonefish (Amphiprion ocellaris) Exposure to 17ß-estradiol Dr. Chuta Boonphakdee (Burapha University) 18:30-20:00 Dinner
(Hosted by MFU at Ruan Rim Nam Restaurant, next to the campus football stadium and Wanawes Guesthouse)
Night Bazaar tour (Optional)
Day 3 (Tuesday, 11 October 2011)
08:00-08:30 Registration
08.30-14.45 Regional and Local Perspectives from GMS/UniNet and other Organizations
08:30-08:55 Reconciling Climate Security and Socio-Economic Objectives: Global and Regional Implications of a Fossil-Fuel Supply Regime Prof. Dr. Charles Elworthy (Chulalongkorn University) 08:55-09:20 Valuation of Ecosystem Services and Ecological Security in GMS Prof. Dr. Charit Tingsapat (Chulalongkorn University) 09:20-09:45 An Uncertainty Perspective with Projected Climate Change in Hydrodynamic Mr. Lam Van Thinh and Dr. Van Pham Dang Tri (Can Tho University) 09:45-10:10 Development of Research Framework for Water Security in Vietnam – A Most Important Component of Ecological Security for Related GMS Countries Dr. Che Dinh Ly (Vietnam National University-HCMC, Vietnam) 10:10-10:25 Coffee Break
10:25-10:50 Keynote Lecture 4: Study on Basin-wide Climate Change Impact and Vulnerability
Assessment on Mekong Wetlands for Adaptation Dr. Vithet Srinetr (Mekong River Commission Secretariat, MRC) 10:50-11:15 Initial Application of Benefit Sharing Model in River Basin: Case of Dong Nai River Dr. Bui Ta Long (Vietnam National University-HCMC, Vietnam) 11:15-11:40 Land Use Land Cover Dynamics: A Case of a Community along Mekong River Dr. Apisom Intralawan (School of Liberal Arts, MFU) 11:40-12:05 Collaborative Spatial Planning - A Common Platform for Sustainable Development Dr. Soukanh Chithpanya (National University of Laos, Lao PDR) 12:05-13:30 Lunch (Ground Floor, A/D Building)
13:30-13:55 Ecological Security: The Fundamental Threat in the Greater Mekong Sub-region Dr. Jiragorn Gajaseni, Dr. Hansa Sanguannoi, Dr. Apisom Intralawan, and Dr. Nguyen Luong Bach (NREM Center, MFU) 13:55-14:20 Improvement of Water Environment of Vientiane Capital City, Lao PDR Mr. Phengkhamla Phonvisai (NREM Center, and Pollution Control Department, 14:20-14:45 Climate Change and Trans-boundary Droughts and Floods: Causes, Impacts and Adaptations in the Mekong River Basin in Chiang Rai, Thailand Dr. Nguyen Luong Bach, Ms. Nuttiga Hempattarasuwan, and Ms. Nion Sirimongkalerkal (NREM Center, MFU) 14:45-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-16:00 Panel Presentation and Discussion [Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Fujiwara Okitsugu]
16:00-17:30 Special Session: Future Research Cooperation in the GMS
Chairpersons: Dr. Hansa Sanguannoi, and Representatives from GMS/UniNet

Source: http://intranet.mfu.ac.th/file_attach/mfunews/Sep301210512.pdf


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