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Peer-reviewed Article
In Global Ecology and Conservation
Owing to the huge number of species observations that can be collected by non-professional scientists, “citizen science” has great potential to contribute to scientific knowledge on invasive alien species (IAS). Citizen science has existed for centuries, but the recent adoption of information and communications technology (ICT) in this field (e.g....
Peer-reviewed Article
In Environmental Science and Policy
Author:
Luca
Coscieme
Håkon
da Silva Hyldmo
Álvaro
Fernández-Llamazares
Ignacio
Palomo
Tuyeni
H. Mwampamba
Odirilwe
Selomane
Nadia
Sitas
Pedro
Jaureguiberry
Michelle
Lim
Maria
P. Barral
Juliana
S. Farinaci
Julio
Diaz-José
Sonali
Ghosh
Joyce
Ojino
Amani
Alassaf
Bernard
N. Baatuuwie
Lenke
Balint
Zeenatul
Basher
Fanny
Boeraeve
Sugeng
Budiharta
Ruishan
Chen
Maylis
Desrousseaux
Gregory
Dowo
Catherine
Febria
Houda
Ghazi
Zuzana
V. Harmáčková
Rodolfo
Jaffe
Mphatso
M. Kalemba
Cosmas
K. Lambini
Felicia
P.S. Lasmana
Assem
A.A. Mohamed
Aidin
Niamir
Patricio
Pliscoff
Rahat
Sabyrbekov
Uttam
B. Shrestha
Aibek
Samakov
Anna
A. Sidorovich
Laura
Thompson
Mireia
Valle
Despite increasing scientific understanding of the global environmental crisis, we struggle to adopt the policies science suggests would be effective. One of the reasons for that is the lack of inclusive engagement and dialogue among a wide range of different actors. Furthermore, there is a lack of consideration of differences between languages,...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Proceedings of the International Cartographic Association
Author:
Parks and other public green spaces (hereafter “urban green spaces”) provide many benefits to urban dwellers, but some residents receive few benefits due to a lack of urban green spaces nearby their home/workplace. Understanding spatial variations in urban green space accessibility is thus important for urban planning. As a case study, here we...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Nature Communications
Author:
Ronald C
Estoque
Makoto
Ooba
Valerio
Avitabile
Yasuaki
Hijioka
Takuya
Togawa
Yuji
Murayama
While Southeast Asia’s forests play important roles in biodiversity conservation and global carbon (C) balance, the region is also a deforestation hotspot. Here, we consider the five shared socioeconomic pathways (SSPs) to portray a range of plausible futures for the region’s forests, employing a state-of-the-art land change modelling procedure and...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Environmental Science & Policy
Forest conservation is a key component of multilateral environmental agreements related to biodiversity conservation (Convention on Biological Diversity; CBD)) and climate change (UN Framework Convention on Climate Change; UNFCCC), and ambitious national commitments are essential to the implementation of these agreements. To understand the...
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Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability Science
Author:
Osamu
Saito
Shizuka
Hashimoto
Shunsuke
Managi
Editorial Note to Special Feature: This special feature (SF) introduces the updated science-policy issues ranging from (a) biodiversity and ecosystem services (BES) scenarios and modeling, (b) reviews and case studies on local to regional scale scenario building and analysis, (c) capacity development for BES scenarios and modeling, and (d) examples...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability Science
Author:
Shizuka
Hashimoto
Haripriya
Gundimeda
This paper presents a systematic review of biodiversity/ecosystem services scenario exercises from the Asia–Pacific region. From the limited scholarly literature available, 61 scenario exercises were examined to explore their typology and multiple scenario attributes, including geographic distribution, consideration for influential drivers, choices...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability Science
Author:
Shizuka
Hashimoto
Kei
Kabaya
Takanori
Matsui
Chihiro
Haga
Osamu
Saito
Population-decline and subsequent underuse of social-ecological landscapes are increasingly being recognized as one of the crucial drivers behind the loss and deterioration of biodiversity and ecosystem services. In line with this, the study aimed to explore how alternative development pathways influence future land-use patterns, biodiversity and...
Peer-reviewed Article
In 環境経済政策研究
Author:
Soocheol
Lee
Unnada
Chewpreecha
第五次環境基本計画は,環境・経済・社会問題が相互に連関しているという認識のもと,それを解決するために,持続可能な開発目標(SDGs)およびパリ協定の採択という時代の転換点を契機とする新たな文明社会へのパラダイムシフトを要請している.本稿は,このようなパラダイムシフトにつながる政策として,第五次環境基本計画の重点戦略を支える「地球温暖化対策計画」(2016年5 月13 日閣議決定)の長期目標である2050 年までに80%の温室効果ガス(GHG)の排出削減を達成することを目的とした本格的な炭素税導入を核としたグリーン税制改革を取り上げ,グリーン税制改革によって豊かな暮らしを維持すると同時に大幅なGHG 排出削減を達成することが可能であることを示した.
Peer-reviewed Article
In The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences
Developing countries must submit forest reference emission levels (FRELs) to the UNFCCC to receive incentives for REDD+ activities (e.g. reducing emissions from deforestation/forest degradation, sustainable management of forests, forest carbon stock conservation/enhancement). These FRELs are generated based on historical CO2 emissions in the land...