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Conference Topics

The scope of SUSTAIN 2015 encompasses but is not limited to:

1. Energy and Environment (EnE)

  • Renewable energy
  • Low carbon energy system
  • Energy economics and planning
  • Sustainable municipal solid waste management
  • Sustainable consumption and production
  • Life cycle inventory and impact assessment in ASEAN nations
  • Energy related Biotechnology and Nanotechnology
  • Water and waste Management 
  • Biotechnology and Environmental Pollution


2. Sustainable Tropical Forest (STF)

  • Community forest management
  • Forest for water, food and energy
  • Forest Biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Silvicultural technique for rehabilitation
  • Sustainable timber and non timber forest product
  • Soil and water conservation
  • Watershed management
  • Wetland management


3. Sustainable Agriculture (SA)

  • Land and water resource engineering
  • Food production system and technology
  • Agriculture and food process engineering
  • Precision Agriculture
  • Information and communication technology in agriculture
  • Micro-climate and environment control       
  • Agricultural technology for climate change mitigation and adaptation
  • Pest control and management
  • Nursery and breeding technology
  • Agricultural biotechnology


4. Sustainable built environment in tropical hemisphere countries (BE)

  • Energy Efficiency and low energy buildings
  • Educating Future Architects: Sustainability as The Norm
  • Design: Creativity and Adaptability
  • Towards a Grand Scenario: Policy for Sustainable Growth
  • Structure, Geo-technique and Construction Materials
  • Transportation and Urban Design
  • Construction Technology and Value Management
  • Sustainable buildings and constructions
  • Buildings (life cycle cost, energy and impact analysis)
  • Heritage conservation
  • Preservation and Restoration of Wooden Structures


5. Disaster Management (DM)

  • Disaster management exercise
  • Flood and Drought caused by extreme weather
  • Debris flow and sediment transport
  • Community based disaster management
  • Technology for disaster mitigation and prevention
  • Disaster caused by Extreme weather
  • Surveillance and early warning systems


6. Social and Economy (SP)

  • Democracy, democratization and Human Security
  • Politics of energy
  • Public Sphere, Public Space and Urban politics
  • State and Non State Actors in a Changing World
  • Memories and Identities
  • Economic Security
  • Sustainable Development


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