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Peer-reviewed Article
In Transitions on Science and Technology
Author:
Malcom Demies
Alexander K. Sayok
Gabriel T. Noweg

The Anap Muput Forest Management Unit (AMFMU) located in Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia is a production forest. It have undergone at least one or two cycle of selective logging where valuable timber species are depleting. Therefore the structure, composition and productivity of the re growth forests are quite different from the virgin stands. Measuring...

Peer-reviewed Article
In Small Carnivore Conservation
Author:
Hidemi
Nagano
Keiichi
Okada
Yoshihiro
Nakashima
Jamili
Nais
Kenehiro
Kitayama

Bornean Ferret Badger Melogale everetti is endemic to the uplands of the Mount Kinabalu and the Crocker Range, Sabah, north Borneo; it is currently categorized as Endangered on The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. No systematic survey has been conducted and its ecology is largely unknown. To better understand the ecology of Bornean Ferret...

Commissioned Report

途上国の森林減少・劣化に由来する温室効果ガス排出の削減等(以下「REDD+」という。)は重要な気候変動対策であり、気候変動に関する国際連合枠組条約の第21回締約国会議(COP21)で合意された「パリ協定」にもその実施と支援を奨励することが明記されたところである。

REDD+の推進には、途上国に対する資金と技術の提供が必要とされているが、公的資金には限界があることから、今後、REDD+の取組みを拡大していくには、民間セクターからの資金や技術の提供が鍵となる。しかしながら、民間セクターがREDD+に対して投資するには、排出削減クレジットが獲得できる等のインセンティブが必要(①)とされる。また、途上国がREDD+を実施するには、COP決定を踏まえつつ、各々の国情に応じた排出削減量の算定...

Presentation

Opportunities for Sarawak Tropical Hardwood Products and Market Development in Japan

Seminar on Forestry Governance for sustainable Forest Management & Timber Industry Development in Conjuction with International Days of Forests 2016 Natinal Level Celebration
Peer-reviewed Article

Response of tree species diversity to disturbance in humid tropical forests of Borneo

In Journal of Vegetation Science
Author:
Imai, N.
Demies, M.
Tanaka, A.
Sugau, J. B.
Pereira, J. T.
Kitayama, K.
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...

Policy Report
Contributor:

This publication is one of the major outputs of the Water Environment Partnership in Asia (WEPA).WEPA aims to strengthen water environmental governance in Asia through the collection and dissemination of information and capacity development of relevant stakeholders in partnership with eleven countries in the region, namely Cambodia, China...

Conference Proceeding

Contents:
(1) State and the Community in Water management Case of the Damodar Valley Corporation, India by Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt
(2) Rewarding Communities for Keeping Rivers Clearn? First Steps in a River Care Program in West Lambung-Indonesia by Rudy Harto Widodo, S. Suyanto et. al.
(3) Consumers Education, Representation and Participation in...

PR, Newsletter or Other

In consideration of the importance of a platform for sharing knowledge and information on water environment management in Asia, the Water Envrionment Partnership in Asia (WEPA) - a partnership of 11 Asian countries - developed a database. The formation of the WEPA initiative was first proposed by the Ministry of the Environment Japan at the 3rd...

Book Chapter

Local perspectives in protected area management

In The State of Environment in Asia