Kaenkaew Nanthawan

Kaenkaew Nanthawan
Asian Institute of Technology · Department of Environmental Engineering and Management (EEM)

Bachelor of Science

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Introduction
Kaenkaew Nanthawan currently works at the Department of Environmental Engineering and Management (EEM), Asian Institute of Technology. Kaenkaew does research in Qualitative Social Research, Social Policy and Programming Languages. Their current project is 'The Ecotopia 2121 Project'.

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What is the future of the ten ASEAN capitals? This article speculates upon how to answer this question by drawing on evidence of the advancing global weirding of the world's ecology (especially as influenced by climate change) to outline ten diverse, graphically illustrated, scenarios for the ten capital cities of ASEAN (Association of South East A...
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The Tambora - Frankenstein Myth: A Monster Inspired (First Published in: "Humanities Bulletin" Vol. 2, No.2) The link between the volcanic eruption of Mount Tambora in 1815 and Mary Shelley's composition of Frankenstein has attained mythic status. The myth uses a scientific frame to promote the idea that the Tambora event led to Mary Shelley's inv...
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The link between the volcanic eruption of Mount Tambora in 1815 and Mary Shelley's composition of Frankenstein has attained mythic status. The myth uses a scientific frame to promote the idea that the Tambora event led to Mary Shelley's invention of the Frankenstein story because the eruption so altered the climate of Europe (lowering the temperatu...
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This paper present the future climate-changed socio-technological developments of four Asian cities using scenario art. (The scenarios and cityscapes from this academic paper are also depicted in visual and narrative form in the full length illustrated book of the project: "Ecotopia 2121" available from Arcade Publishers: NY.)

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The project details the emerging dystopian future of 100 cities across the world; their technological mega-projects, their socio-industrial background, and their cultural and environmental decay. The Methodology of the project is briefly outlined at: http://www.ecotopia2121.com/single-post/2016/09/13/The-Fantasy-Method-of-Urban-Design Some scientists and innovation managers believe the use of the 'Frankenstein' story to study science and technology might be somehow 'anti-science'. But I am not 'anti-science', I am a 'science critic' (in the same way that film critics are not 'anti-film', I am not anti-science).
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Using scenario art, the 22nd century futures of 100 geographically-real cities across the globe are predicted.