ecowazatv.jpg

 

Frank Hiroshi Ling is a climate policy researcher. In this part of interview, he talks about what brought him to this area and analyzes the results and solutions of climate change.
Loading the player...

Frank Hiroshi Ling Ph.D

Frank Hiroshi Ling is a climate policy researcher. In this part of interview, he talks about what brought him to this area and analyzes the results and solutions of climate change. With the help of policy and technology, what can we and the government do to help solve climate change issue and other issues? Tune in to find out the successful examples he gives us.

Frank Hiroshi Ling is a climate policy researcher and entrepreneur. He has extensive experience in scientific research, environmental and energy policy, and media. Currently based in Japan, he is a researcher in climate adaptation at Institute for Global Change Adaptation Science (ICAS) at Ibaraki University. He also works with IGES as an editor of the forthcoming book "Transition to Low Carbon, Climate Resilient Asia: Opportunities and Challenges."

Dr. Ling is also the host and co-creator of the Groks Science Show, a highly humorous and popular radio and podcast program, with Dr. Charles Lee. In addition, Frank oversees Cleantech.Org, a web portal for catalyzing investments in new technologies that promote environmental sustainability.

Dr. Ling received his Ph.D. from the Department of Chemistry at the University of California at Berkeley and was a post-doctoral fellow at the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory and at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). Frank received his Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering from Caltech and his MS degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He has received numerous awards for his research and contributions to science education. In 2006, he received the Mass Media Fellowship Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has also been a Mirzayan Science & Technology Policy Graduate Fellow at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C.

READ MORE

Ecotwaza TV

ECO stands for Ecology, and WAZA means technology & craftsmanship in Japanese. This program will focus on "ecology and business" within Japan. Discover the depths of Japanese ways of thinking in harmony with nature... and also learn from their mistakes.

reina

Host: Reina Otsuka - Founder, Ecotwaza Co., Ltd.

Founder and President of "Ecotwaza Co., ltd." - with the mission of "connecting Japanese eco-friendly business seeds with foreign entrepreneurs." A gateway to hidden Japanese environmental technologies and craftsmanship. If you are looking for eco-products original to Japan, see the publication Ecotwaza Times (sold at major bookstores in Tokyo.)

Other Videos


  • Keiko Kikuta
    Keiko Kikuta was born 1970, in Nagano Prefecture. She graduated from Kawamura Junior College and later joined Japan Tobacco Incorporated…
  • Nanao Sonobe
    Nanao Sonobe, born and raised in Tokyo Japan, graduated from University of California Berkeley in 2003. After working for Softbank…
  • Daisuke Nakajima
    Daisuke Nakajima was born in Taito-Ward, Tokyo in 1981 and graduated from Nihon University, Department of Literature and Science. Nakajima…
  • Yasushi Sakai
    What is the theory behind modern Japanese garden? Yasushi Sakai, a Landscape Architect who specializes in Japanese Garden for 30…
  • Hisayuki Shimizu
    What is click donation? In this part of interview, Hisayuki Shimizu shares with us what motivates him to establish his…
  • Kazuhisa Tatsumi
    Kazuhisa Tatsumi introduces to us an eco-friendly product called UMEZUMI (plum-charcoal) Crepe Paper. It is made with a combination of…
  • Daisuke Ogata
    Daisuke Ogata joins us today to talk about the services Radish Boya provide, and the system they use to delivery…
  • Baisho Yamamoto
    Yamamoto-san was born in Kawamo, Takahashi City of Okayama Prefecture. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics at the University…
  • Ryo Yamashita
    As an artist, Ryo Yamashita joins us today to talk about glass history and his eco-friendly glasses. “Listen to the…