Confronting Climate Change: What Can the U.S. and Japan Contribute to Creating Sustainable Societies?
Asia Society is proud to welcome scholars and experts in economics, geography, urban planning, and sustainability for a discourse on these important issues. They will be visiting Houston as part of the Abe Fellows Global Forum (Abe Global), a new initiative of the Abe Fellowship Program which encourages international multidisciplinary research and U.S.-Japan cooperation on topics of pressing global concern. Join Asia Society for a discussion on the environment and how two of the globe’s largest economies are working to create a more sustainable future.
Featured speakers include Dr. Toshi H. Arimura, Dr. Janelle Knox-Hayes, Dr. Shinsuke Tanaka, and moderator, Dr. Ronald L. Sass.
For information on Parking and Directions: visit Asia Society Texas Center – Plan Your Visit.
For more information about the event: visit Asia Society’s Discussion on Confronting Climate Change.