The possibilities of theories that integrate science and landscape design, as well as specific examples of regional planning and research will be shared. In the 40-minute talk, Mr. Uehara will explore the following themes, The Tohoku Great Earthquake and global catastrophes; Research "Design science and natural disasters"; Planning "Ecological planning and compound disasters"; Sharing the experience in Japan with the world, hoping to bring Japan's experience under the spotlight for vibrant discussion.

Date: 30 November 2022


  • 16:30 - 17:50 (GMT+5.30) – India, Sri Lanka
  • 18:00 - 19:20 (GMT+7) – Indonesia, Thailand
  • 19:00 - 20:20 (GMT+8) – China, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines
  • 20:00 - 21:20 (GMT+9) – Korea, Japan
  • 21:00 - 22:20 (GMT+10) – Australia (Melbourne)
  • 23:00 - 00:20 (GMT+12) – New Zealand

Register by 28 November 2022, 17:00 (GMT+8). This webinar will be hosted via Zoom, the link will be shared 1 - 2 days before the event.

This series of activities aims to enhance landscape education and connect it with international standards, and to encourage countries to develop their own characteristics of landscape education. The geographical and cultural diversity of the Asia-Pacific region makes it important to focus on the development of national competitiveness, geographic self-identity and competitiveness. In the coming year, Talk and Share will invite a wide range of scholars to share different topics in order to contribute to the development of landscape design in the Asia Pacific region.

Limited places are available, so register now to secure your spot!

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