Indigenous Studies and Cultural Diversity
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Insights from Early Career Researcher Representatives at the Sustainability Research & Innovation Congress 2022 Asia Spotlight Event
Sikopo NyambeYen-Tzu FanCho Kwong Charlie LamMahmud Aditya RifqiJessy ZgamboShiyu DengHuishan HuangJingyu YaoMilan ChenAnasuya GangopadhyayRia LambinoGiles B. SioenFumiko Kasuga
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2024 年 1 巻 2 号 p. 53-69


The Sustainability Research & Innovation Congress 2022 Asia Spotlight Event (SRI-ASE 2022) was held virtually from June 21-24, 2022 and co-organized by Future Earth Global Secretariat Hubs in Asia based in Japan, Taipei, China, and South Asia, during the main sessions of the SRI 2022. SRI-ASE 2022 included over 70 speakers and more than 300 participants from within and outside the Asia region. The aim of the event was to provide space to reflect on inspiring research and discussions related to the themes: New Horizons, Different Ways of Knowing, Nexus Issues, and Cross-cutting Science and Innovation in Asia. This report gives an overview of the event by sharing learnings and reflections captured and developed by Early Career Researcher Representatives who participated in speaker sessions, took notes, prepared summation of the event by theme (see table 1), and presented summaries at the Closing Plenary of the Asia Spotlight Event (ASE). The report brings these various themes together, spotlighting key issues on Sustainability and Innovation in Asia as presented at the four-day event. A breakdown of the themes is as follows:

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