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We are excited that Dr Naoki Katayama has joined Kaizen Conservation Group as an academic visitor.

Naoki is a researcher seeking a better balance between food production and biodiversity conservation, especially in Asian rice ecosystems. Through his research experience in Japan, he is working on assessing the importance of multilingual scientific evidence for biodiversity conservation in agroecosystems. Naoki is currently a principal investigator at the Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences, NARO in Japan and a visiting academic at the School of the Environment, The University of Queensland for one year.

Welcome Naoki!

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