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WSEN

About WSEN

About WSEN

The World Student Environmental Network (WSEN) was established in 2008. It was first held at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan with the goal of uniting the environmentally conscious students worldwide.
This was established with the hopes of triggering participants’ consciousness towards the necessity of a student network, which can promote a cooperative relationship between the student of different countries in order to raise awareness about sustainability and environmental issues such as climate change. Furthermore, it promotes the continuation to create countermeasures on a global scale in order to achieve a common effort possible for today’s society.

 

DOSHISHA + WSEN

Students of Doshisha University held the first World Student Environment Summit (WSEN) in Kyoto, which led to the establishment of WSEN. 54 students and teachers visited Japan from United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Russia, India, Korea and China for the purpose of proposing student's awareness of the “34th G8 Summit” at Toya-ko, held in July 2008. There were also participants from many universities in Kyoto comprised of about 100 students from Doshisha University, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto University, University of Tokyo, Doshisha Women's College, Kyoto Seika University, Kobe University and Kansai University in Japan.
Participants gathered arguments through the internet for half a year and conducted meetings and group works according to the theme for 3 days from June 20, 2008, at Doshisha University. The outcome was submitted to the 34th G8 Summit as "from the student opinion document-Miyako! Possibility for the future" and to the world as well.
These summits were carried out by participants of the first summit in Kyoto, who put all their efforts to realize its continuance. WSEN is and continues to be held annually in various universities around the world. Students from Doshisha University attend this summit every year.

 

PAST SUMMIT

2008 Doshisha University - Kyoto, Japan 2008/ 6/20‐22
2009 University of Victoria - Victoria, Canada 2009/ 6/24‐28
2010 University of Tübingen - Tübingen, Germany 2010/ 9/20‐25
2011 Blekinge Institute of Technology
- Karlskrona, Sweden
2011/ 5/18‐21
2012 Université de Lausanne - Lausanne, Switzerland 2012/ 9/ 5‐8
2013 Leuphana University - Lüneburg, Germany 2013/ 9/16‐20
2014 Stellenbosch University - Stellenbosch, South Africa 2014/ 6/30‐7/ 5
2015 Murdoch University - Murdoch, Australia 2015/ 7/13‐18
2016 Keele University - Keele, England
University of Sussex - Brighton, England
2016/ 7/25‐29