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1. Aims

Institute of Environmental Rehabilitation and Conservation , called ERECON, is a non-profit international organization established in April 2000. ERECON shall aim to contribute to sustainable use of natural resources in Asian countries. Therefore the organization shall pursue the environmental rehabilitation and conservation as well as the environmental education for the harmony between the agricultural and urban development and the natural environment.

2. Programs

ERECON shall conduct the following non-profit programs.

1. Programs on environmental rehabilitation and conservation in Asian countries.
2. Programs on sustainable use of natural resources in Asian countries.
3. Programs on environmental education of environment in Asian countries.
4. Other programs for achieving ERECON aims.

J-RAPID Nepal Research Report (2015-2016)(URL)

Report of Programs in 2015(PDF)

Report of Programs in 2014(PDF)

Report of Programs in 2013(PDF)

Report of Programs in 2012(PDF)

Report of Programs in 2011 (PDF)

Report of Programs in 2010 (PDF)

Report of Programs in 2009 (PDF)

Report of Programs in 2008 (PDF)

3. President, Directors, Advisors and Officers

1. President
MIHARA Machito, Dr.
Professor at Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan.

2. Directors
YASUTOMI Rokuro, Dr.
Professor Emeritus at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
YAMAJI Eiji, Dr.
Professor at The University of Tokyo, Japan
MAKITA Toichi, Dr.
Professor at Obirin University, Japan
TAKEUCHI Yasushi, Dr.
Professor at Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan
KAWABE Kumiko, Dr.
Director of Extension Center, ERECON Headquarters, Japan
UENO Takashi, Dr.
Director of Administrative Center, ERECON Headquarters, Japan

3. Advisors
NGO Bunthan, Dr.
Professor / Rector at Royal University of Agriculture, Cambodia
TABUCANON T. Mario, Dr.
Professor Emeritus at Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

4. Officers
There are 10 officers of full-time or part-time implement the various ERECON programs under
the collaboration with 20 registered Experts of International Environment Cooperation

4.Information

ERECON Membership

The organization shall be comprised of members as follows; regular, international regular, associate and organization members.
Regular members shall receive 2 ERECON Newsletters written in Japanese by mail and more than 50 of ERECON News by e-mail. Also, international regular members shall receive an ERECON Annual Report written in English and decades of ERECON News by e-mail. All members can join ERECON programs.
Please contact us by e-mail for the registration to be ERECON members.

Regular members
Persons and organizations those agree with the aims of ERECON and promote the international environment cooperative activities in Asian countries including Japan.

International regular members
Persons and organizations those agree with the aims of ERECON and promote the international environment cooperative activities in specified country of Asia. The persons and organizations staying in Japan can not be International regular member.

Associate members
Students those agree with the aims of ERECON and promote the international environment cooperative activities only in Japan.

Organization members
Organizations those agree with the aims of ERECON and support ERECON international environment cooperative activities in Asian countries including Japan.

At present, there are 141 regular members, 25 international regular members and 16 associate members in ERECON.

 

ERECON Scholarship

-Objectives
The ERECON scholarship is aimed to support financially the young people, who has a strong will to conduct the environment rehabilitation and conservation in Asian countries through ERECON activities. The objective and planning of the research traveling or the studying abroad should be in the field of environment rehabilitation and conservation.

-Application
Person must apply the ERECON scholarship with submitting the application form, C.V. and certification of your graduation and GPA.

-Selection
The committee in ERECON selects a few people as a scholarship fellow according to the following points.

1) Ability and potential concerning the environment rehabilitation and conservation in Asian countries.
2) Subjects majored and grade obtained. Normally, GPA should be higher than 3.00.
3) Former ERECON activities conducted by the applicant.

Please contact us by e-mail for applying ERECON scholarship.

ERECON Awards

There are two kinds of awards in ERECON. Members can be award candidate with submitting the reports of one’s activities. Please don't hesitate to contact us.

Scientific Award of Environmental Agriculture
This award is for scientists, who are conducting researches for the environmental agriculture.

Technical Award of Environmental Agriculture
This award is for farmers, engineers, and technicians, who are conducting activities for the environmental agriculture.

Please contact us by e-mail for applying ERECON Awards.

 

ERECON Books
For ordering, please contact to ERECON Headquarters.

ERECON BOOKEnvironmental Science of Water
This book is the 1st book published by ERECON.
Published in April 2004, written in Japanese.
1,700 yen (tax included)

 

 

ERECON BOOK Participatory Strategy for Soil and Water Conservation
This book was published as a result of international symposium organized by ERECON.
Published in November 2004, written in English.
3,000 yen (tax included)

 

 

ERECON BOOKSustainable Agriculture with Organic Fertilizer
This book was published by ERECON for the purposes of advancing compost use and decreasing the amounts of chemical fertilizer and other chemicals in farmland.
Published in December 2007, written in English, Thai, Khmer and Japanese.
2,000 yen (tax included)

 

 

ERECON BookSustainable Farming Practices for Environmental Conservation
This book was published by ERECON for popularizing the sustainable farming practices.
Published in April 2009, written in English. 1,000 yen (tax included)

 

 

 

Guidebook of International Environment CooperationGuidebook of International Environment Cooperation
This book was published by ERECON for guiding young facilitators to effective facilitation in international environment cooperation.
Published in November 2010, written in Japanese. 1,500 yen (tax included)

 

 

[ERECON Headquarters]
Institute of Environmental Rehabilitation and Conservation

2987-1 Onoji Machida-shi, Tokyo 195-0064, Japan.
Tel/ Fax +81-42736-8972 E-mail: hq-erecon@nifty.com

[ERECON Southeast Asia Office]
Institute of Environmental Rehabilitation and Conservation , Southeast Asia Office

In Association of Environmental and Rural Development (AERD)
93/64 Moo.3 Sinsab village, Bungyeetho sub-district,
Thanyaburi district, Pathum Thani 12130, Thailand
Tel : +66-2957-8064 E-mail: seasia-erecon@hotmail.com

Cambodia Branch
In Royal University of Agriculture, Cambodia (RUA)
P.O. Box 2696, Chamkar Daung, Dangkar District,
Phnom Penh, 12401, Cambodia
Tel: +855-23-6907-409

 

Introduction on RCE Greater Phnom Penh (PDF)

Important Notification on ERECON Official Stamp since October, 2016 (PDF)

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