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「生態移民」に頼らない森の再生 (中国の環境政策・生態移民. 第４章)
In chugoku no kankyo seisaku seitai imin: midori no daichi, uchi mongoru no sabakuka o fusegeru ka? (Chapter 4)
Remarks:中国の環境政策 生態移民: 緑の大地、内モンゴルの砂漠化を防げるか?(地球研叢書、昭和堂）
The purpose of this paper is to understand the current situation of local dwellers in protected areas, by revealing the reality of biodiversity conservation management in those areas, and to examine the tangled relationships between nature and human-kind. In order to protect precious biodiversity on earth, discussions on this topic are carried out...
The natural forests of many Asia-Pacific countries are rapidly degrading or disappearing, threatened by a complex array of forces and appropriate measures for sustainable forest management are urgently required. Japan, as a major importer of tropical timber, has considered revising the basic principle for the promotion of eco-friendly products in...
Non Peer-reviewed Article
The theory of the commons encompasses two interpretations: one based on ‘manifest customs’, whilst the other relates to ‘latent customs’. The former asserts that individuals behave as rational economic units, pursuing their own profit based on economic mechanisms, whilst social restrictions relating to the use of resources within communities act to...
In Ringyo keizai kenkyu (林業経済研究）
An important and progressive part of the forest policy regime in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) is its land and forest allocation program started in 1996, which contains critical elements that delegate the rights of land and forest use to local people. This study aims to analyse the gap between the initial concept of the program and its...
Remarks:Those posters are introduced at the IGES exhibit booth in the 4th World Water Forum (WWF4), Mexico City.
Gunung Halimun National Park represents one of the last significant areas of tropical rain forest in densely populated West Java, Indonesia. There is a diversity of rattans in the park and they, together with the sugara palm, Arenga pinnata, are intensively utilized by villagers living around and within the park boundary.