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The 14th International Conference on Environmental Enrichment

- Learning from the Wild: Animal Welfare, Conservation and Education in Harmony -

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Conference Theme

Learning from the Wild: Animal Welfare, Conservation and Education in Harmony


Understanding animals in the wild and captivity,
Multifaceted approaches to improve animal welfare,
Novel technologies to improve and understand animal welfare,
Cognition and animal welfare,
Free session

Kyoto, Japan
Clock Tower Centennial Hall, Kyoto University
June 22-26, 2019
Hosted by
Leading Graduate Program in Primatology and Wildlife Science, Kyoto University
Kyoto City Zoo
Japan Monkey Centre
International Core of Excellence for Tropical Biodiversity Conservation focusing on Large Animal Studies
Supported by
Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums
Primate Society of Japan
Japanese Society for Applied Animal Behaviour
Society for the Study of Human Animal Relations
The Japanese Association for Behavior Analysis
Network for Zoo Enrichment
Sponsored by
Committee Members
President Emeritus
Juichi Yamagiwa (Kyoto University)
Tetsuro Matsuzawa (Kyoto University)
Executive Committee
Satoshi Hirata (Kyoto University)
Secretary Generals
Yumi Yamanashi (Kyoto City Zoo / Kyoto University)
General Affairs
Takakazu Yumoto (Kyoto University)
Committee of Program and Symposia
Masaki Tomonaga (Kyoto University)
Information for Foreign Visitors
Yuko Hattori (Kyoto University)
Masayuki Tanaka (Kyoto City Zoo)
Student Affair Workshop
Yuri Kawaguchi (Kyoto University)
Aquarium and Aquatic Animals
Shiro Kohshima (Kyoto University)
Fund-Raising and Social Affairs
Masaki Tomonaga (Kyoto University)
Fumito Kawakami (Kyoto University)
Committee of Excursion
Gen'ichi Idani (Kyoto University)
Scientific Committee
Miho Murayama (Kyoto University)

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