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Peer-reviewed Article
In Biotropica
Author:
Ryota
Aoyagi
Nobuo
Imai
Kanehiro
Kitayama
Although masting in Southeast Asia is characterized by the interspecific synchronization of reproduction, little is known about the variation in regeneration strategies among sympatric tree species during major masting events. Herein, we examined the hypothesis that non-abundant species achieve greater seed survival per seed production at the pre-...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Land Degradation and Development
Author:
Mrittika
Basu
Shalini
Dhyani
Shizuka
Hashimoto
Place attachment and ecocentric attitude are the important determinants of conservation behaviour, especially for traditionally managed landscapes. In this paper, we explore the relationship between place attachment and the ecocentric attitude of farmers engaged in Jhum cultivation ( aka shifting / slash and burn cultivation) in the Zunheboto...
Book Chapter
In Climate Change Adaptation in Practice: From Strategy Development to Implementation
Author:
The Government of Indonesia has been developing adaptation policies for the agriculture sector in recent years. In the process of preparation, many issues are identified, discussed and addressed by related projects with the aid of donor agencies. It goes without saying that the GOI needs to secure appropriate fund sources to scale up the existing...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Natural Resources Forum: A United Nations sustainable development journal
The first Preparatory Committee Meeting for the Rio+20/ UNCSD 2012 conference prioritized the reform of multilevel environmental governance aiming to address the “persistent implementation gap” for sustainable development. Most subsequent preparatory discussions have focused on improving sustainable development governance and institutions solely at...