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Kayoko Kondo Last modified date:2019.04.22

Professor / Landscape and social environmental design
Department of Environmental Design
Faculty of Design


Graduate School
リーディング大学院;グリーンアジア国際戦略プログラム
Undergraduate School
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E-Mail
Homepage
http://kondolab.exblog.jp/
Blog of Kondo lab. .
Phone
092-553-4449
Academic Degree
Doctor of Engineer
Field of Specialization
Environmental Policy, Environmental Economics, History of Social Thought
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
01years06months
Outline Activities
Ms. Kayoko Kondo has long studied human behavior, social conditions that allow a circulating system to make the most of renewable energy and natural resources in local communities. Especially, conditions for biomass utilization's success and which based conditions for regional activation.
Further studied the formation of human behavior, which supports a kind of local community given above, pointed on participation in the communities and way of mutual relations.She is also active in the study of environmental education to help foster pro-environmental human behavior.
Regarding her social activities, she is dedicated to forming sustainable societies by participating in local governments’ environmental policy-making panels, or by supporting local residents in their communities.
Research
Research Interests
  • low-carbon life style and recycling society in Asian countries
    keyword : China, Thailand, Vietnam
    2009.04~2009.04Environmental behabiors of national and local gobernments,companies and inhabitants in Asia .
  • relation between adaptation behaviors and preventive behaviors to climate change
    keyword : use of air conditioner, green
    2017.09.
  • Promotion of biomass utilization and Social conditions for Regional development based on biomass utilization
    keyword : biomass, kitchen waste, zero waste
    2009.04.
  • Happiness and formation of sustainable society
    keyword : happiness
    2015.04.
  • Educational effect in a community school, the growth of children in a region
    keyword : education, region
    2008.03.
  • The study of consumer's behavior on spreading of solar power generation and enegy-saving residence
    keyword : environment
    2007.04.
Current and Past Project
  • Biomass utilization faces many impediments, such as initial and maintenance cost, effective collection of materials, use of byproduct, and coordination among concerned organization and local people. We actively conducted nation-wide field studies on local communities that are utilizing biomass. Regarding the utilization of food waste, questionnaire surveys were conducted to local governments across Japan which utilize food waste as a resource. Regarding a model of animal excreta utilization, a questionnaire survey was conducted to livestock breeders in Miyakonojo. Based on the results of these surveys, scenarios of biomass utilization were made for different type of models: food waste, wood waste, and animal excreta. Then, we discussed a format to verify the feasibility of our scenarios. After the mid-term hearings, we collected information of unsuccessful cases, and interviewed core people in the communities. We held a workshop on wood biomass, where we released our research results to the public and also had discussion with invited representatives from the communities that were leading in biomass utilization, such as Shimokawa-town, or Maniwa-city. Then, we made clear the challenges of biomass utilization and what would lead it to a success from a practical point of view, while examining the outcome of our research team.
  • Study on Regeneration of Endemic Lifestyles in China to Support Low-carbon Society
Academic Activities
Books
1. Design of Circulation System to Utilize Natural Resources in a Local Community. KONDO Kayoko and Others, Kaichosha, 2010.
2. What was a modern society like?,KONDO Kayoko and Others, Daigaku Kyoiku Shuppan, 1997.
3. Bentham, KONDO Kayoko and Others, Nihon Keizai Hyoronsha, June 1993.
4. Adam Smith's Politics, KONDO Kayoko and Others,Minerva Shobo, May 1989.
Papers
1. Study on the Effect of Happiness on Intent to Settle: Case of Hinosato district, Munakata city, Fukuoka.
2. Yuxue Zhang, Kayoko Kondo, Artit Chutchaipolrut, Sujitra Arampongpun, Ikuyo Kikusawa, Influence of Favorite Place in House—Outdoor or Indoor—On Energy Consumption and Happiness in Rural Thailand, Sustainability, 10.3390/su9081350, 9(8), 1350, 2017.08.
3. Ikuyo Kikusawa, Kayoko Kondo, Designing Autonomous Communities in Suburbs of Japan, European Journal of Sustainable Development, 10.14207/ejsd.2017.v6n1p1, 6, 1, 1-10, 2017.02.
4. Hang Ben, Kayoko Kondo, The Energy Consumption of Heating in the Northeast Rural Area of China from the Perspective of the Kang and Agricultural Waste, Meteorological and Environmental Research, 6, 1, 9-16, 2015.01.
5. Current State and Problem of Biomass Utilization in Kyushu.
6. Shiro HORI, Kayoko KONDO, Daisuke NOGATA, Han BEN, The determinants of household energy-saving behavior: Survey and comparison in five major Asian cities., Energy Policy, 52, 354-362, 2013.01, It is difficult to control household energy consumption through regulation. From a policy standpoint, it is particularly challenging to identify the factors that influence people’s actions. Moreover, whatever these factors are, they are unlikely to uniformly span multiple cities in the Asian region. In this paper, we conduct a survey of energy saving behavior to clarify the differences among such factors across five major Asian cities. The results from these surveys in Dalian, Chongqing, Fukuoka, Bangkok, and Ho Chi Minh indicate that global warming consciousness, environmental behavior, and social interaction significantly affect energy-saving behavior. Income and age also had weak positive effects on energy-saving behaviors.
Social interaction was strongly linked to energy-saving behaviors, particularly in the rural areas of Dalian and Chongqing. This result indicates that community-based activities impact energy-saving behaviors.
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7. A Study on Evaluating Policies for Promoting the Residential Photovoltaic System Based on Consumer Research Method, KONDO Kayoko, FUJIMURA Junpei, Journal of Environmental Engineering, Arichitectural Institute of Japan, Vol.76 No.667. pp.847-853, 2011.09.
8. Role of Community School in Children's Activities, Development of Social Relations in their Community, and View of their Community, KONDO Kayoko, ISHIGAMI Shogo,the Journal of Design, Kyushu University, Vol. 14, 2011.03.
9. LCA on Regional Management Systems for Household Waste with an Analysis of Practical Social Conditions, KONDO Kayoko and others, Journal of the Japan Society of Waste Management Experts, Vol.19(2), pp. 110-119, 2008.03.
10. KONDO Kayoko, HAN Youngjin, The Effects and Continuance of Environmental Education Based on Experience: Toward School and Family Collaboration, Journal of Environmental Information Science, Voi.36, No.5, pp.151-156, 2008.03.
11. KONDO Kayoko, TANI Masakazu, On the influence of spare time and life habits on environmentally conscious behavior: practical knowledge and practical action, Journal of Environmental Information Science, Vol.35, No.5,pp.85-92
, 2007.03.
12. The singnificance and a role of nature education in gardening activity at an elementary school in inner city district; on a schoolchildren comparison investigation between city-environment and coutntry-envrionment, KONDO Kayoko, MATSUFUJI Ryohei,Architectural Institute of Japan, Vol.601, pp.73-79, 2006.03.
Presentations
1. Yu-Lin Chen, Kayoko Kondo, Leslie Mabon, Hiroyuki Kanekiyo, Wan-Yu Shih, Yi-Fan Bi, 'A Conflict of Air Conditioner Uses Between Mitigation Behavior and Adaptation Behavior, the Role of Utilizing Green Spaces and Cool-Sharing', Society of Environmental Science: Conference 2018, Tokyo JAPAN, 11 September 2018..
2. Yu-Lin Chen, Kayoko Kondo, Wan-Yu Shih, Hiroyuki Kanekiyo, Leslie Mabon, Yi-Fan Bi, Green Infrastructure and Public Behaviours in Response to Urban Heat in Fukuoka, Japan, Global Land Programme 2018 Asia Conference: Transitioning to Sustainable Development of Land Systems through Teleconnections and Telecouplings, 2018.09.
3. Yu-Lin Chen, Kayoko Kondo, Wan-Yu Shih, Hiroyuki Kanekiyo, Leslie Mabon, 'A Conflict Between Mitigation Behaviors and Adaptation Behaviors in Growing Heat Island Problem, and Promoting Factors of the Behaviors: From Fukuoka Civil Survey', Japan Association on the Environmental Studies: The 44th Workshop, Mie University JAPAN, 24 June 2018..
4. Chen-Lang Wang, Kayoko Kondo, Hiroyuki Kanekiyo, Tomo Inoue, Takaaki Kato, Yi-Fan Bi, 'Staying Places and the Energy-Saving Effect in Vietnam Housing', Japan Association on the Environmental Studies: The 44th Workshop, Mie University JAPAN, 24th June 2018..
5. Leslie Mabon, Kayoko Kondo, Hiroyuki Kanekiyo, Yuriko Hayabuchi, Governing Extreme Weather in Fukuoka City, Japan: guided by climate science, driven by environmental history?, ASIAN EXTREMES: CLIMATE, METEOROLOGY AND DISASTER IN HISTORY, ORGANISED BY ASIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, 2018.05.
Membership in Academic Society
  • Society of Environmental Science, Japan
  • Architectural Institute of Japan
  • Center for Environmental Information Science
  • Japan Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management
  • Society of Indoor Environment, Japan
  • Japan Association on the Environmental Studies
  • The Japanese Society of Clinical Ecology
Educational
Educational Activities
Undergraduate:Environmental social economic design, Reading of environmental literature,
Graduate school:Basic environmental design 1 & 2, Management for sustainable society
Social
Professional and Outreach Activities
She is dedicated to forming susutainable societies through participation in local residents' activities or policy-making panels in local governments. She expects all parties, including NPO, governments, business corporates, residents,and universities, to cooperate with each other to make unique communities, where local residents are actively involved..