Kaoru Kakinuma

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KAORU KAKINUMA is an Associate Professor of the Population and Environment/Climate Change research pillar in the Asian Demographic Research Institute. Her overarching research interest is “Human-environmental interactions in changing environments”. Her research involves assessments of climate change impacts on social-ecological systems, especially she focuses on climate-driven human migration. She is currently investigating how future climate changes affect pastoral societies (e.g. pastoralists’ migration, economic differences) and assessing their vulnerability and resilience to climate changes. She is investigating flood-induced population displacements in the world. Shed was an Assistant Professor at Tohoku University in Japan, a JSPS (Japan Society of Promotion of Science) research fellow and a visiting scholar at Columbia University and NASA Goddard Institute of Space Sciences. She completed her PhD at Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Science, The University of Tokyo.

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Selected Publications 

  • Kakinuma K., Puma J. M., Hirabayashi Y., Tanoue M., Baptista A.E. and Kanae S. 2020 Flood-induced population displacements in the world. Environmental Research Letters, 15 124029 DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/abc586. https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/abc586

  • Baptista A. E., Kakinuma K. and Queiroz L. B. (2020) Association between Cardiovascular Mortality and Economic Development: A Spatio-Temporal Study for Prefectures in Japan. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,17(4), 1311. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17041311

  • Kakinuma K., Yanagawa A., Sasaki T., Rao M.P. and Kanae S. (2019) Socio-ecological interactions in a changing climate: A review of the Mongolian pastoral system. Sustainability, 11, 5883. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11215883

  • Lukman M.K., Quevedo M.D. J., Kakinuma K., Uchiyama Y. and Kohsaka R. (2019) Indonesia Provincial Spatial Plans on mangroves in era of decentralization: Application of content analysis to 27 provinces and “blue carbon” as overlooked components, Journal of Forest Research, DOI: 10.1080/13416979.2019.1679328 https://doi.org/10.1080/13416979.2019.1679328

Teaching Courses

📖Frontier Demographic Research: Socio-ecological Interaction in a Changing Climate

Demographic perspective is getting more important in environmental science. Frontier demographic research that collaborates with environmental information are essential to develop sustainable societies. This course provides a comprehensive examination of the interrelations between society and ecology in a changing climate. It will help students understand how climate and environmental change affect human society. Particularly we will focus on the effect of climate change on demographic and social issues such as aging, gender inequality, migration and health. Students also can learn about methodologies of data analysis by using Python and R to integrate environmental datasets with demographic datasets.

Meeting 1: Introduction

Meeting 2: Vulnerability and Resilience of a Socio-Ecological System in a Changing Climate

Meeting 3: Population Migration and Climate Change

Meeting 4: Urbanization and Climate Change

Meeting 5: Frontier Demographic Research Data and Statistical Analysis 1. Python

Meeting 6: Frontier Demographic Research Data and Statistical Analysis 2. R

Meeting 7: Inequality and Climate Change

Meeting 8: Food, Water and Climate Change

Meeting 9: Health, Aging and Climate Change

Meeting 10: Comprehensive Writing Exam

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