Tuesday 21 May 2019, 10.00 - 12.00 at Alumni Meeting Room, 12th Floor, Kasem Utthayanin Building (อาคารเกษม อุทยานิน), Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (guide to the venue here)
The ‘nexus’ of relations between water, food and energy is often seen as a technical matter in public policy, addressing issues of risk, security or economics. In this public seminar, the speakers will discuss their new book on the water-food-energy nexus that challenges some of these underlying assumptions to show that at the very heart of the nexus arise questions about resource politics, ethics, and justice. The public seminar will encourage an interdisciplinary debate on the implications for natural resource policy, including for Asia’s major river basins such as the Ganges and Mekong.
Read more details about the book here, and download an open access chapter.
Dipak Gyawali, Nepal Academy of Science and Technology
Jeremy Allouche, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex (by Skype)
Carl Middleton, Center for Social Development Studies, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University
Dr. Takeshi Ito, Graduate Program in Global Studies, Sophia University
Dr. Supawan Visetnoi, Chulalongkorn University School of Agricultural Resources (CUSAR)
Dr. Kasira Cheeppensook, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University
This event will be broadcasted on Facebook Live: www.facebook.com/CSDSChula/
To register for this event, please e-mail us your name, organisation, and position to Anisa Widyasari (CSDS) at email@example.com. The seat is limited and registration will be accepted on first come first served basis.