International Review for Environmental Strategies

IRES Vol.6 No.1
Volume 6 Number 1
Research Report
International Review for Environmental Strategies

Asia is becoming the focus of global environmental concern. This edition of IRES presents expert reviews on a broad range of environmental issues of direct relevance to Asia including climate change, forest management and the Kyoto Protocol, and delivers practical options to tackle these challenges.



Relative Vulnerability of Indian Coastal Districts to Sea-Level Rise and Climate Extremes
by K.S. Kavi Kumar and S. Tholkappian

Sustainable Community Forest Management Systems: A Study on Community Forest Management and Joint Forest Management Institutions from India
by K. S. Murali, Indu K. Murthy, and N. H. Ravindranath

Evaluating Ecotourism in Mountain Areas: A Study of Three Himalayan Destinations
by Ravinder N. Batta

Beyond Kyoto 2012: No Prevention of Dangerous Climate Change Without an Internationally Acceptable "Beyond Kyoto" Global Cap-and-Trade Scheme
by Lutz Wicke and Gerd Duerr-Pucher

Strategies to Induce Non-cooperating Countries to Join a Climate-policy coalition
by Claudia Kemfert

Russia and Japan: Combining Energy and Climate Goals
by Anna Korppoo and Kayo Ikeda


The Use of Residents' Satisfaction Index in Selective Rehabilitation of Urban Core Residential Areas in Developing Countries
by Abel Afon


Implementing the Clean Development Mechanism in China
by Duan Maosheng and a and Erik Haites


Climate Trading: Development of Kyoto Protocol Markets
by Deborah Stowell (Reviewed by Axel Michaelowa)


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