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Peer-reviewed Article
In Land Degradation & Development
Author:
Deha
Umarhadi
Ram
Avtar
Wirastuti
Widyatmanti
Ali
Yunus
Khaled
Khedher
Gulab
Singh
Full text available at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/share/author/CJXTXC7FFCKFZBJBWH2H?targe… Peatlands in tropical regions like Indonesia are undergoing irreversible subsidence due to changes in land use (e.g., deforestation) and land management practices (e.g., drainage alteration), resulting in massive amounts of soil carbon...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Restoration Ecology
Author:
Shalini
Dhyani
Debbie
Bartlett
Rakesh
Kadaverugu
Paras
Pujari
Parikshit
Verma
Sustainable land restoration is the key to restore degraded land, halt biodiversity loss, and reinstate ecosystem services for human well‐being. Restoration needs to be planned and conducted with due recognition to growing climate uncertainty with an evolved understanding of the future restoration targets. Present opinion article attempts to...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Global Policy
This article argues that the environment was extensively incorporated into the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with broad and ambitious targets, reflecting environmental concerns throughout the SDGs. Many environment‐related targets – including some of the most important ones – were placed under ‘non‐environmental’ goals. The SDGs also...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Natural Resources Forum
Over the past three years, Indonesia has tasked provincial governments with defining sub-national actions to help implement the nationally appropriate mitigation action (NAMA) it pledged to the United Nations Framework Convention (UNFCCC) in 2009. This paper assesses provincial plans in Indonesia's Sustainable Urban Transport Initiative (SUTI) — a...
Book Chapter
In Implementing Climate Change Adaptation Strategies
Author:
Climate change has brought an additional dimension to disaster risks in the Asia-Pacific Region as it is projected to exacerbate the intensity and magnitude of various natural hazards such as storms, high-intensity rainfall events, heat waves, floods and droughts. Risk transfer has been widely advocated as one of the best means of risk mitigation...
Book Chapter
In Crop Adaptation to Climate Change
Climate change poses a serious threat to developmental aspirations of most countries in Southeast Asia. The historical observations indicated general warming over the entire region with variations in the degree of warming and localized impacts. The Mekong River basin, which is the largest basin in the region that provides livelihoods for millions...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Business Strategy and the Environment
Author:
Yang Jie
Qu Sixiao
Wang Leina
Bao Cunkuan
This paper explores the green supply chain management (GSCM) of companies based in the Yangtze River Delta, China. The companies' overall GSCM practice level (LGSCM) is measured by using the data from 165 valid respondents in a questionnaire survey conducted during April and May 2009. The relationships between LGSCM and the classified determinant...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainable Development
Green purchasing (GP) is an important part of sustainable consumption, which reduces the impact of society on the environment. As few studies of people’s GP behaviours exist for China, this paper tries to close the gap by exploring GP behaviours of urban residents in Suzhou city, Jiangsu Province. A total of 336 valid samples in a questionnaire...