Yukio Yotsumoto is a professor of Asia-Pacific studies at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics (Soka University, Japan), a master’s degree in agricultural extension education (The University of Georgia, USA) and a Ph.D. in sociology (The University of Kentucky, USA). He is interested in rural development and tourism.
|Satellite V 17||Panelist||2023-02-14||Sustaining Globally Important Agriculture Heritage Systems through Tourism / 観光を通した世界農業遺産の持続可能性 / Globally Important Agriculture Heritage Systems (GIAHS) by UNFAO safeguards traditional agriculture systems and show [more ...]|
|Volume 12||Moderator||2021-01-23||Branding Small Communities Using International Certifications / / The title of this presentation is “Branding small communities using international certifications”. Japanese small communities are struggling with declining and aging population. I [more ...]|