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Master Thesis Presentation, July 28th, 2017

Last updated August 07, 2017

Master thesis presentation was held on July 28th, 2017 at the environmental building in Kashiwa campus.

11 students presented.

OLANG Tabitha Atieno

Household energy choices in Kisumu city, Kenya:
A multidimensional energy poverty perspective

FAN Shuyi

Biomass Harvesting from Housing Dismantlement in Urban Fringe Area, Japan

SARASWATI Gesti

Persistence of Remnant Agriculture in Desakota Region;
A Case Study of Depok Municipality and Northern Part of Bekasi District

SKILLINGTON Katie Mai

Perceptions and Preferences of Urban Greenery in Cities Undergoing Densification
- a case study of inner Melbourne, Australia

ZHOU Qianqian

Establishing Eating Behavior Models Regarding Plate Waste in China

KHLONGAKKHARA Sasiwimon

FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ADOPTION OF IFFO RS STANDARD BY FISHMEAL PRODUCERS:
A Case Study of Thailand

CHIU Dominique

Conceptualizing Global Citizenship at Japanese Secondary Schools:
A Case Study on the Super Global High School Program

PENG Liang

Dynamic Capability of Smart Business: Capturing Competitive Advantages of IoT Enterprises and Realizing Sustainability Benefits Through IoT Embedment

CHOWDHURY Shaswati

COLLECTIVE DECISION MAKING OF THE COMMUNITIES IN SELECTING A FARMING STRATEGY IN THE SOUTH WEST COASTAL ZONE OF BANGLADESH- ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS STATES OF A TRANSFORMING SOCIAL-
ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM (SES)

MERENCHI Galappaththige Nipuni Odara

Resilience of Fishery Ports against Climate Change:
Impacts of Sea Level Rise and Storm Surges on Rubble Mound Breakwaters - A Case Study in Sri Lanka

SHAHAN Sadea

Multicultural education in a globalized context:
Identifying student engagement to an international school in Tokyo

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