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AY2021 8/23-8/27 RJE3 Basic Subject “Introduction to RJE3” Started!


8/23 DAY1 Natural Environment and Resource

The Opening ceremony begun with the greeting of Executive Vice President YAMAGUCHI Junji, Dean of faculty of engineering SETOGUCHI Tusyoshi.

Divided into 4 groups, we raised the issues in the Natural Environment and Resource that we leaned today, discussed what kind of role we have as individuals, and the role of solving the issues in the group. and finally made a group presentation.

8/24 DAY2 History and Culture

Lecture5: Prfo.Kato Hirofumi(HU)
Lecture6: Prof.Popov Alexsandre (FEFU)
Lecture7: Prof.Yakou Hisashi(HU)
Lecture8: Assoc.Prof.Natalia Fedorovskaya(FEFU)
Group Discussion by Leveshin Sergey(SSU)

”How can we play leading roles in the fields of sustainable environment, sustainable culture and sustainable development in the Far East and the Arctic Circle?” We had Q&A with professors and had group discussions and presentation.

8/25 DAY3 Politics and Economy

Lecture9: David Wolfe (HU)
Lecture10: Dr. Utkina Nadezhda (ISU)
Lecture11: Prof.Tabata Shinichiro(HU)
Lecture12: Prof.Sergey Kuzunetsov (ISU)
Group Discussion by Dr.Alexandre Kukelina (ISU)

We learned “Politics and Economy” and the weaknesses and strengths of the Russian economy heavily dependent on oil and gas. It was impressive that one of the Group presentation was the proposals to improve the present situation or to overcome present problems, including a skyscraper project.

8/26 DAY4 Living Environment and Regional Development

We had some discussion time of “What did you learn from each lecture and how can you contribute to SDGs as individual and as a group?

“※The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (the 2030 Agenda) is a set of international development goals from 2016 to 2030, which was adopted by the UN Sustainable Development Summit held in September 2015 building on the success of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).The 2030 Agenda listed “Sustainable Development Goals” consisting of 17 goals and 169 targets in order to eradicate poverty and realize a sustainable world. The SDGs are universal goals applicable, not only to developing countries but also developed countries, and pledge “Leave no one behind.” through the implementation process.Japan makes utmost efforts to implement the 2030 Agenda with international community based on the concept of human security.

8/27 DAY5 Final Presentation

We received questions, comments, and valuable advice from the Professors after each group presentation. Do your best, future experts who will lead the future environment, culture and development!