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Environmental Principles

The area of Environmental Principles is concerned with the fundamental issues of the environment, and approaches them from the perspectives of the humanities (ethics, history, and philosophy) and related sciences. The lectures offered are intended to provide students with opportunities to understand and contemplate the underlying issues of environmental studies and their relationship to science, technology, and society. Foundations for the concept of sustainable development are also explored.

Hashimoto, Takehiko

Professor – History of Science and Technology
MS (University of Tokyo) Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins University)
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Ishihara, Kohji

Professor
D. Litt. (PhD.)
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Okamoto, Takuji

Professor
Ph. D.
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Sasaki, Jun

Professor
D. Eng.
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Sato, Toru

Professor
Ph.D.
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Tokunaga, Tomochika

Professor
PhD in Applied Earth Sciences (The University of Tokyo)
B. Sc., M. Sc., in Structural Geology (The University of Tokyo).
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Warisawa, Shinichi

Professor

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