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From: "E-L Foo, UN Univ, Tokyo" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:E-L Foo, UN Univ, Tokyo
Date:Fri, 24 Nov 1995 18:25:23 +0900

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7-11 October 1996, Beijing, China
The conference will focus on agriculture and environment.
Ecological engineering is the design of human society with its
natural environment for the benefit of both. In comparison with
other engineering methods, it usually needs low capital cost and
low energy consumption, and is more suitable to solve today's
many problems in the conflict among development, environment
and resource shortage. In recent years, ecological engineering
attracts interests of more and more scientists in the fields of
agriculture, environmental protection, construction, ecological
restoration, natural conservation and waste treatment etc. In
China it was found that the concepts of ecological engineering
agreed very well with its formal "design with nature"
philosophy. In recent years the term of ecological engineering is
used throughout the whole country, with more than 500 sites
that practice agro- ecological and eco-environmental
engineering. The ICEE in Beijing will provide a good chance for the
knowledge exchange and there will be excursions to the practice
sites. The number of participants in IEEC Beijing is expected 250
including 100 international.
Theme 1. Ecological Engineering for Rural Sustainable
S1  Ecological engineering for integrative farming
S2  Ecological engineering for comprehensive agro-industry
S3  Ecological engineer for rural community development
Theme 2. Ecological Engineering for Urban & Regional Environment
and Development
S4  Productive controlling, treatment and utilization of waste
S5  Ecological engineering for solid wastes treatment and
S6  Ecological engineering for urbanization and
S7  Ecological restoration for degraded ecosystems
S8  Methodology in ecological engineering
Oral and poster presentations will be included on the programme.
Dead Line:
Application form: January 31, 1996;
Paper abstract: March 31, 1996
For more information, please contact:
Prof. Chengqing Yin, Research Center for Eco-Environmental
Sciences, CAS/China P.O. Box 2871, Beijing, China. Phone: (+86 10)
2554806, Fax:  (+86 10) 256 2775 E-mail: [log in to unmask]
To members of the Ecotechnology Network
Depending on interests, selected sessions from the conference
may be extended electronically via email. Pls join "ET-W2" mailing
list to join discussions related to its planning. To join, email
[log in to unmask] and write the message: SUB ET-W2
yourfirstname yourlastname
e.g. SUB ET-W2  Chengqing Yin
From: Eng-Leong Foo,  UN Univ, 53-70 Jingumae 5 chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Fax:(81-3)3499-2828;  email= [log in to unmask]

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