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DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND POLITICAL STUDIES ACADEMY PROFESSORSHIP INDONESIA FACULTY OF ECONOMICS MAGISTER MANAGEMENT FEUI International Seminar and Workshop “Learning from Climate Change and its Consequences: The Role of Scientists and Entrepreneurs” Introduction Global climate change as the unintended consequences of people’s interaction with their habitat all over the world is indeed a significant influential phenomenon on people’s livelihood. The sustainability of cultures and environment are threatened by the increased vulnerability people have to face. The generation-to-generation of people’s adaptability to their habitat is now at stake. People’s ignorance of the origins, causes, and consequences of the ongoing process of climate change on their life and environment is only a part of the complex set of factors influencing one another: politics, economics, power, ethics, environmental costs, law and justice. Thus, it is high time now for scholars from various disciplines to pay serious attention to and carry out careful examination on climate change and its consequences on the greater risks and vulnerabilities people have to live with. Scholars from interdisciplinary backgrounds—of social and natural sciences—from Universitas Indonesia and other foreign universities/institutions (Australia and the Netherlands) invite various parties: scientists, authorities, policy-makers, businessmen, practitioners, and media to evaluate and to find more appropriate collaborative activities in responding to climate change and its vulnerable implications. An interdisciplinary approach is indeed necessary. A new paradigm is urgent. To seriously solve any unintended vulnerabilities, however, the prominent agents in natural resource management, the business entrepreneurs, in conjunction with those in authority should also play a more significant role. The question is: how could we move forward collaboratively and appropriately in addressing the issues and solving the problems? What are the most urgent issues to be examined further? What are the best approaches, methodologies, and strategies to be developed? An international seminar and workshop will be held to address those issues and problems. Everybody are welcome to participate in the seminar and workshop on the 4th—5th of May 2010 at Universitas Indonesia, Depok entitled: “Learning from Climate Change and its Consequences: The Role of Scientists and Entrepreneurs.” In one-day seminar on the 4th of May 2010, a number of prominent scholars and entrepreneurs from Indonesia, Australia, and the Netherlands will share their thought, ideas, research findings and experience in examining the ongoing phenomena of climate change and its unintended consequences. What lessons-learned can we gained from their studies? The workshop on the 5th of May 2010 is intended to provide “room” for intense discussion of the most urgent issues to be examined in the near future with its approaches, methodologies, and frameworks in an interdisciplinary and collaborative network. The outputs of this seminar and workshop are the publication of proceedings and the designed proposals for further studies related with activities in responding to climate change and its vulnerable implications. DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND POLITICAL STUDIES ACADEMY PROFESSORSHIP INDONESIA FACULTY OF ECONOMICS MAGISTER MANAGEMENT FEUI Due to limited space, we could only accommodate up to 400 seats for the seminar on the 4th of May 2010, up to 60 seats for the workshop on the 5th of May 2010, and 30 spaces for poster presentation Poster Presentation (4-5, May 2010) The organizing committee also welcome those who would like to present their work-in- progress research or programs dealing with climate change in poster-presentation/exhibition throughout the two days events in the form of lap-top presentation (power-point file) or poster/banner exhibition. Venue Auditorium of Center of Japanese Studies Depok – West Java 16424 Admission and Registration: Registration Fee for Seminar Only (one day) : Lecturer/Researcer @Rp. 200.000,00 Students S1 @Rp.50.000,00 Students S2/S3 @Rp. 100.000,00 Public @ Rp.300.000,00 Registration Fee for Seminar and Workshop: Lecturer/Researcer @Rp. 300.000,00 Students S1 @Rp.100.000,00 Students S2/S3 @Rp. 200.000,00 Public @ Rp.400.000,00 Bank Account : 127.300.0024 Bank : BNI UI Depok Account Name: Universitas Indonesia For participants coming from outside Jakarta, please find the following list of accomodation in Depok: On-campus accommodation: 1. Wisma Makara UI, Reservation : (021) 78883672 2. Wisma Pusat Studi Jepang : (021) 7863547 Off-campus accommodation: 3. Hotel Bumi Wiyata Depok : (021)7778040 For further information please contact Directorate of Research and Community Services Universitas Indonesia, Depok. Phone: +62-21-7270152; Fax: +62-21-78849119; email: email@example.com Cp: Ms. Aska, Alba, and Dea (08567577706) DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND POLITICAL STUDIES ACADEMY PROFESSORSHIP INDONESIA FACULTY OF ECONOMICS MAGISTER MANAGEMENT FEUI For registration please download the form at research.ui.ac.id and send it to: Direktorat Riset dan Pengabdian Masyarakat Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Jawa Barat. 16424, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com by 30th April, 2010. Agenda and Schedule Seminar, Tuesday, 4th May 2010: Schedule Session Theme & Presenters 8.00— 9.00 Re-registration Poster presentation/exhibition 9.00— 9.15 Opening speech Welcome & opening speech by the Rector, Universitas Indonesia 9.15—10.15 Keynote speech Chair: Prof. Bachtiar Alam, Director of DRPM-UI 9.15—9.20 Introduction by the chair 9.20—10.00 1. Prof. Kees J. Stigter – Agromet Vision/the Netherlands: “Ethics, Policies, and Science in a Rural Response to Climate Change in Poor Countries” 10.00—10.15 Question-answer time. 10.15—10.30 Coffee break Poster presentation/exhibition 10.30—11.20 1st Session Research on Climate Change at Universitas Indonesia: Frameworks & Approaches. Chair: Prof. Budiarso, Vice-Director of DRPM-UI 10.30—10.35 Introduction by the chair 10.35—10.50 2. Prof. Abimanyu Takdir Alamsyah –Res. Center on C. Change UI: “Continuing Collaboration, Networking and Improvement" 10.50—11.05 3. Dr. Suraya Afiff – Anthropology, UI: “Governance Issues in Addressing Climate Change in Indonesia” 11.05—11.20 Discussion 11.20—12.45 2nd Session Business Entrepreneurs for Environmental Sustainability (1) Chair: Dr. Francisia E. Seda–Dept. of Sociology, UI. 11.20—11.25 Introduction by the chair. 11.25—11.50 4. Dr. Mubariq Ahmad—Fac. of Economics, UI/The World Bank: “Towards Low Carbon Economy?” 11.50—12.15 5. Prof. Howard Frederick—Deakin University: DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND POLITICAL STUDIES ACADEMY PROFESSORSHIP INDONESIA FACULTY OF ECONOMICS MAGISTER MANAGEMENT FEUI “Entrepreneurs are Burning Earth : Reflections on the New Entrepreneurial Ecology” 12.15—12.25 Panelist: Dr. V. Winarto—Prasetiya Mulya Business School 12.25—12.45 Discussion 12.45—13.45 Lunch break Poster presentation/exhibition 13.45—14.45 3rd Session Business Entrepreneurs for Environmental Sustainability (2) Chair: Avanti Fontana, Ph.D.-FE-UI 13.45—13.50 Introduction by the chair 13.50—14.15 Rezal Kusumaatmadja—Starling Resources: "Putting Theory into Practice: REDD Opportunities from the Private Sector's Perspectives” Panelist: 14.15—14.25 Dr. Hasroel Thayib, APU—Indonesian Society of Environmental Intellectuals/UI. Discussion. 14.25—14.45 14.45—16.15 4th Session Scientists facing Climate Change and its Consequences (1) Chair: Dr. Syamsul Hadi—Dept. of International Relation, FISIP-UI. 14.45—14.50 Introduction by the chair. 14.50—15.15 6. Prof. Kees J. Stigter: Agrometeorological Services, New Educational Commitments and Climate Change : Some Lessons Learned” 15.15—15.40 7. Prof. Yunita T. Winarto & team – Academy Prof. Indonesia in Social Sciences & Humanities-UI with comments by Prof. Stigter: Rural Response to Climate Change: Rainfall Measurement by Farmers in Java 15.40—15.50 Panelist: Prof. James J. Fox (t.b.c.) 15.50—16.15 Discussion 16.15—16.30 Coffee Break Poster presentation/exhibition 16.30—17.45 5th Session Scientists facing Climate Change and its Consequences (2) Chair: Drs. Triarko Nurlambang, MA- Fac.of Mathematics & Natural Sciences-UI 16.30—16.35 Introduction by the chair. 16.35—17.00 8. Dr. Suraya Afiff – Anthropology, UI & Dr. Ahmad Kusworo (FFI): “Collaborative work DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND POLITICAL STUDIES ACADEMY PROFESSORSHIP INDONESIA FACULTY OF ECONOMICS MAGISTER MANAGEMENT FEUI in developing local institutional arrangements to reduce deforestation and forest degradation in Kalimantan for Climate Change mitigation program”. 17.00—17.25 11. Prof. Abimanyu T. Alamsyah – RCCC.UI & DR.Hasroel Thayib, APU: "Improving Coastal Community Resilience: A long live collaborative learning process" 17.25—17.45 Discussion. 17.45—17.55 Closing Resume and information for 2nd day-Workshop Prof. Budiarso. Closing by: Dean of FISIP-UI. Workshop, Wednesday, 5th of May 2010 Schedule Session Agenda 8.00—9.00 Re-registration Poster presentation/exhibition 9.00—9.20 Plenary session Introduction: Workshop’s objectives and agenda (auditorium) Prof. Abimanyu, Prof. Yunita TW, Dr. Suraya A., Dr. F.E. Seda. 9.20—9.30 Break into 2 Participants move to the venue according to his/her groups choice of working-group (Room 1 & Room 2). 9.30—12.30 Discussion in Group I: Business Entrepreneurs for (break in groups Environmental Sustainability. between) Chair: Dr. Francisia E. Seda. Discussants: Prof. Howard Frederick, Prof. Dr. Rhenald Kasali S.E., M.Sc, Dr. Mubariq Ahmad, Dr. V. Winarto, Dr. Hasroel Thayib, Dr. Syamsul Hadi, Group II: Scientists facing Climate Change and its Consequences. Chair: Dr. Suraya Afiff. Discussants: Prof. James J. Fox (t.b.c), Prof. Kees J. Stigter, Prof. Abimanyu T.A., Prof. Budiarso, Prof. Yunita T.W., Drs. Triarko Nurlambang, MA 12.30—13.30 Lunch Poster presentation/exhibition DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND POLITICAL STUDIES ACADEMY PROFESSORSHIP INDONESIA FACULTY OF ECONOMICS MAGISTER MANAGEMENT FEUI 13.30—15.00 Plenary session Chair: Drs. Triarko Nurlambang, MA - Faculty of (auditorium) Mathematics and Natural Sciences-UI. 13.30—13.35 Introduction by the chair Report by group’s representatives: 13.35—13.55 1. Group I 13.55—14.15 2. Group II. 14.15—15.00 Discussion. 15.00—15.30 Coffee Break Poster presentation/exhibition 15.30—15.50 Plenary session Summary of the workshop: Prof. Budiarso, Prof. Abimanyu T.A., Yunita T.W. 15.50—16.00 Closing by Director of DRPM-UI.
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