Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameHANAMATSU, Yasunori
AffiliationResearch Department, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionVisiting Researcher
Arrival day2008-09-01
Leaving the office day 
Year of Birth1977
Academic CareerFaculty of Law, Hokkaido University (2000)
Department of Public Law, School of Law, Hokkaido University, M.Course(2004)
Department of Public Law, School of Law, Hokkaido University, D.Course(2008)
Professional CareerProject Researcher, RIHN (2008)
Higher DegreesMaster (Law) (Hokkaido University) 2004
Fields of SpecializationPublic International Law
Academic Society MembershipsJapanese Society of International Law
The International Human Rights Law Association



【Original Articles】

HANAMATSU, Y., HORIGUCHI, T., ENDO, T. 2010,03 The legal, political situations and a future conservation strategy of the giant fish-breeding forest. Report on Amur-Okhotsk Project 6:87-104.

HANAMATSU, Y. 2005 Reconsideration of ‘Human Rights Approaches to Environmental Protection: An Analysis of the Practice under European Convention on Human Rights. Junior Research Journal (School of Law, Hokkaido University) 11:1-46. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

HANAMATSU, Y. The Amur-Okhotsk Ecosystem and China: Domestic Policy and International Cooperation on the Management of Wetland and Forest in China. International Workshop on "Environmental Governance in China", 2010.03.18-2010.03.19, RIHN, Kyoto, Japan.

HANAMATSU, Y. Conservation of the “Giant” Fish-Breeding Forest. International Symposium on the Amur-Okhotsk Project, 2010.01.19-2010.01.20, RIHN, Kyoto, Japan.

SHIRAIWA, T., HANAMATSU, Y. The “Giant” Fish-Breeding Forest and its Conservation. International Symposium on "Environmental Conservation of the Sea of Okhotsk: Cooperation between Japan, China and Russia", 2009.11.07-2009.11.08, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.

HANAMATSU, Y. National Boundaries and the Fragmentation of Governance Systems: Amur-Okhotsk Ecosystem from the Legal and Political Perspective. 4th RIHN International Symposium, “The Dilemma of Boundaries”, 2009.10.20-2009.10.22, RIHN, Kyoto, Japan.

HANAMATSU, Y. The “Giant” Fish-Breeding Forest as Global Environmental Public Goods. International Workshop “Regional Public Sphere and Environment in Slavic Eurasia and Japan”, 2009.02.28-2009.03.01, RIHN, Kyoto, Japan.