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Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability Science
Author:
Chitresh
Saraswat
Binaya Kumar
Mishra
The goal of ensuring water availability and sustainable management of water for all by 2030 is one of the top priorities of the UN-SDGs. The fragile institutional capabilities induce the transitioning towards the sustainable urban water paradigm to accommodate the complexities and uncertainties. This research methodically draws sustainable water...
Conference Proceeding
IPBES visioning workshop
Author:
C.J.
Lundquist
H. M.
Pereira
R.
Alkemade
E.
den Belder
S. Carvalho
Ribeiro
K.
Davies
A.
Greenaway
J.
Hauck
S.
Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen
H.
Kim
N.
King
T.
Lazarova
L.
Pereira
G.
Peterson
F.
Ravera
T.
van den Brink
A.
Argumedo
C.
Arida
D.
Armenteras
A.G.
Ausseil
B.
Baptiste
J.
Belanger
K.
Bingham
A.
Bowden-Kerby
M.
Cao
J.
Carino
P.A.
Van Damme
R.
Devivo
F.
Dickson
J.P.
Dushimumuremyi
S.
Ferrier
A.
Flores-Díaz
M.
Foley
J.
Garcia Marquez
P.
Giraldo-Perez
S.
Greenhaigh
D.J.
Hamilton
P.
Hardison
G.
Hicks
K.
Hughey
R.
Kahui-McConnell
G.
Karuri-Sebina
M.
De Kock
P.
Leadley
F.
Lemaitre
E.
Maltseva
C.A.
de Mattos Scaramuzza
M.
Metwally
W.
Nelson
H.
Ngo
C.
Neumann
C.
Norrie
J.
Perry
R.
Quintana
V.E.
Rodriguez Osuna
C.
Roehrl
J.
Seager
H.
Sharpe
T.
Shortland
P.
Shulbaeva
U.R.
Sumaila
N.
Titeux
S.
Tiwari
C.
Trisos
A.
Ursache
A.
Wheatley
D.
Wilson
S.
Wood
E.
van Wyk
T.X.
Yue
D.
Zulfikar
M.
Brake
D.
Leigh
P.
Lindgren-Streicher
The report presents the process in, and outputs from an IPBES visioning workshop, entitled "Visions for nature and nature's contributions to people for the 21st century" held in September 2017, which well captures the contributions from participants in the breakout groups and plenaries.
Working Paper
SEPLS generally require high levels of management by humans in order to maintain a sustainable production system that provides for human well-being. Thus their ecosystems are dominated by human activities, including traditional and local practices as well as modern production methods. These activities are considered means of livelihood, as they...
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Presentation
The 9th Ecosystem services Partnership, World Conference
Through a review of various tools available for business, the paper mapped: Key impact drivers they used in the valuation tools; Key features of the tools with a view of comprehensiveness, universality, simplicity and accessibility; and Indicators that tools used for land use valuation The paper also identified : the tools fit into the interests of...
Presentation
9th Ecosystem Services Partnership, World Conference
>Towards effective interdisciplinary SPIs - More dynamic, iterative and collaborative interactions with practitioners, knowledge holders (including ILK) and policymakers - Consolidating interdisciplinary study that recognises the interconnectedness of social and ecological system - Joint formation of research and policy - Building capacity and long...
Presentation
The 9th Ecosystem services Partnership, World Conference
>Towards effective interdisciplinary SPIs - More dynamic, iterative and collaborative interactions with practitioners, knowledge holders (including ILK) and policymakers - Consolidating interdisciplinary study that recognises the interconnectedness of social and ecological system - Joint formation of research and policy - Building capacity and long...
Presentation
Natural Capital Study group
- 企業の自然資本評価は、全社的な自然資本評価から、より意思決定に反映しやすい特定の地域をベースとしたシナリオ分析を基にした事業レベルの自然資本評価へ - 自然資本評価を意思決定に活かしていくために、社会資本評価、統合レポート、SDGへの貢献と統合した評価の模索 - 気候や水、生物多様性への重要な影響を把握し、空間的な解析や生態的な情報予測のために、LCA分析に合わせて、 Land-change modellingやInVESTなど生物多様性と生態系サービスの空間特定モデルを活用した自然資本評価に注目 - 企業や専門家から政府による自然資本の評価手法の標準化への強い要望(オランダ政府はSEEA EEAの枠組みの企業の自然資本評価への活用を提案)
Non Peer-reviewed Article
In Ngingit
Author:
Yumi
Kato
Masahiro
Ichikawa
This paper describes the trans-river migration of the Iban and Bekatan to the Tatau River Basin in Bintulu Division, Sarawak. Until the beginning of the nineteenth century, the Iban and Bekatan did not inhabit the Tatau River Basin, but migrated there from other river basins from the middle of the nineteenth century onward. We describe the...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Applied Ecology
Author:
Yoshihiro
Nakashima
Keita
Fukasawa
1.Efficient and reliable methods for estimating animal density are essential to wildlife conservation and management. Camera trapping is an increasingly popular tool in this area of wildlife research, with further potential arising from technological improvements, such as video recording functions that allow for behavioural observation of animals...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Global Environmental Research
Article 5 of the Paris Agreement specifies implementation of REDD+ (reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation) through results-based payments. Currently, however, REDD+ resultsbased financing is insufficient for incentivizing full implementation of REDD+ by developing countries. In this article, we examine how a new bilateral...