Prof. Orawan Siriratpiriya
Environmental Expert Aquatic Resources Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
1990 Cert. in Environmental Management Specialized in Risk Assessment and Analysis, UNEP/Tufts University, USA.
1989 D.Sc. (Soil Management-Waste Disposal/Utilization) The Agricultural University of Norway, NORWAY.
1984 Research Dip. in Environmental Science, The Agricultural University of Norway, NORWAY.
1979 M.Sc. (Environmental Science-Soil) Kasetsart University, Bangkok, THAILAND
1976 B.Ed. (Chemistry-Biology) Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, THAILAND
1.Working experience in environmental research as principal investigator, project director/ integrator/manager/coordinator, lecturer and thesis adviser at The Environmental Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University (1979-2014).
2.Expert in Environmental Impact Assessment (License) of Juristic Person ‘Chulalongkorn University’ (1991-present)
3.United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) fellowship for International Leadership in Sustainable Environmental Management at Center for Environmental Management, Tufts University, Massachusetts, USA under “Intensive, International Post-Graduate Programme in Environmental Management” (1990).
4.Southeast Asia Programme Officer, The International START (HDP/IGBP/WCRP) Secretariat, Washington DC, USA (1994-1995). [START = Global Change System for Analysis, Research, and Trainning]
5.Thai National Expert for EIA/SEA (Environmental Impact Assessment/Strategic Environmental Assessment) guidelines development in the Mekong River Basin (2002-2003).
6.APRU Fellow, 5th APRU (Association of Pacific Rim Univ.).Fellow Program 2004 on Globalization and the Environment: Multidisciplinary Perspective” at Univ. of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, USA. and Osaka University, Osaka, Japan. (2004)
7.Board member: Solid Waste Management Experts in Asia and Pacific Islands (SWAPI) (2005-present).
8.Board member (Environmental Expert): National Fertilizer Board of Thailand (2009-2014).
9.Editorial Board: Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management (2010-present).
10.Member: Drafting Committee “State of the 3Rs in Asia and the Pacific”, United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD) and Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) (2017).
Speech Title: Environmental Science Approached Closed Agro-waste Loop Enhancing Circularity
Circularity refers to a circular economy aimed at eliminating waste and continual use as a resource for another product. Circular systems employ reduce, reuse, and recycling to create a close-loop system leading to the use of resource inputs with less creation of waste, pollution and carbon emissions. Agro-waste can be utilized as material supply, nutrient elements for plant growth, carbon sequestration into the soil, capture CO2 via photosynthesis and accumulation of CO2 as carbon fixed in the plant biomass. Besides, become food for another process, either a by-product or recovered resource for another industrial process, or regenerative resources for nature, e.g., compost. Green productivity as coined by acceptance waste equals food. The innovative technologies have to be deployed safely and managed their risks properly. Closed-loop systems are the conceptualization of integrated approach to manage the entire life cycle of resources as a philosophy driven zero waste signified waste as a resource lead to developing technologies and innovations about turning the materials recovered from waste into new products provided similar environmental quality and benefits. Fact-finding through the environmental science approach and realized how the natural environment is treated brings about clarify and open-ended the value loaded natural environment with accountability in the working process and enhancing circularity.
Prof. Shigeru Kato
Seikei University, Japan
Prof. Shigeru Kato was born in
Tokushima, Japan, 1947. His experences are as following:
March 1970, B.S. (Agricultural Chemistry), Faculty of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture
April 1971, Graduate School (Agricultural Chemistry course), Tokyo University of Agriculture (until March 1976)
March 1976, Ph.D. (Agricultural Chemistry), Tokyo University of Agriculture
April 1976, Visiting Fellow, NIEHS (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences), NIH (National Institute of Health), US Government (until June 1979), North Carolina, USA
July 1979, Research Associate, NRI (NODAI Research Institute), Tokyo University of Agriculture (until March 1982)
April 1982, Lecturer, NRI (NODAI Research Institute), Tokyo University of Agriculture (until March 1990)
April 1990, Associate Professor, NRI (NODAI Research Institute), Tokyo University of Agriculture (until March 1995)
April 1995, Professor, NRI (NODAI Research Institute), Tokyo University of Agriculture (until April 1997)
May 1997, Visiting Scientist, RCAST (Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology), The University of Tokyo (until April 1998)
July 1998, Invited Researcher, NEDO (New Energy and Industry Technology Development Organization), Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (until March 2001)
April 2003, Invited lecturer and Research associate, Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, Seikei University (until March 2007)
April 2007, Professor (Special Invited Research Professor), Department of Materials and Life Science, Faulty of Science and Technology, Seikei University
Assoc. Prof. Win Chaeychomsri
Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand
Assoc. Prof. Win Chaeychomsri received a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Master’s Degree in Tropical Medicine, and Doctoral Degree in Animal Biotechnology. He has been a lecturer in Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Kasetsart University since 1994. He is an outstanding lecturer in research and innovation. His current research interests are in the fields of parasitology, immunology and animal biotechnology. He has authored books, published more than 100 technical papers in various journals and conference proceedings. He gets 3 petty patents and 2 patents. These petty patents and patents involve the production technology of freeze-dried crocodile blood that will be used as dietary supplement for health improvement. In addition, he is in an ongoing effort trying to develop new products from crocodile bile and bone for health maintenance and also crocodile oil products for health promotion and skin treatment.