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Peer-reviewed Article
In The 23rd International Conference of Hongkong Society for Transportation Studies
Recently, several cities in Indonesia have begun implementing pedestrianisation program that hold promise to encourage non-motorized transport (NMT) in rapidly motorizing cities and provide citizens with safer, cleaner, and more visually appealing walking environments. However, successful implementation of these programs depends on whether they...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Forest Ecology and Management
Author:
Agus
Sudibyo Jati
Shogoro
Fujiki
Yuyun
Kurniawan
Ryota
Aoyagi
Kanehiro
Kitayama
Logging has been operated throughout Bornean tropical forests that harbor diverse fauna species. We examined the responses of ground-dwelling wildlife to logging intensity in two certified forest management units under the same climate and vegetation in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, in 2012–2016. A total of ten and 13 circular plots with a diameter...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainable Cities and Societies
Author:
R.L.
Kaswanto
Nurhayati
Arifin
Aris
Munandar
Hadi Susilo
Arifin
Muchamad
Muchtar
Kei
Gomi
Tsuyoshi
Fujita
This article analyzes which factors influenced willingness to purchase residential electricity savings technologies in Bogor, Indonesia. Survey data collected from 600 households between October and November 2015 was used to test hypotheses on demographic, informational, and participatory determinants of willingness to invest in energy efficient...
Presentation
INDONESIA - JAPAN 60th ANNIVERSARY SEMINAR FOR FOREST SECTOR Changing Paradigm of Forestry Policy in Indonesia: “Toward Promotion of Community-based Sustainable Forest Management”
Author:
Syahru
Ramdhoni
Lilik
Budi Prasetyo
- Major source of log production in Indonesia has shifted from logging concession (mainly Meranti) to industrial tree plantations (mainly Acacia) and tree-farming (mainly Sengon) in past two decades. - Natural forest logging concession can produce valuable logs and maintain high levels of biodiversity. Continued efforts are needed to achieve...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Author:
Russ Bona
Frazila
Febri
Zukhruf
Kardina
Nawassa
Jongga
Jihanny
Due to its significance for bringing the considerably benefit to the transportation network performance, the several initiatives has been proposed for evaluating and improving the pedestrian facilities. However, such efforts are generally conducted within the framework of walkability, which typically put the attention to the walker perspectives....
Research Report
APN Research Report
Author:
Sangam
Shrestha
Vishnu
Pandey
Oranuj
Lorphensri
Dian
Sisinggih
Bui Tran
Vuong
Muhammad
Basharat
Today, 54% of the world’s population live in urban areas, a proportion that is expected to increase to 66% by 2050. Major cities and municipalities in the region rely either fully or partially on groundwater. Four highly relevant Asian cities (Bangkok, Bandung, Ho Chi Minh and Lahore) were selected which bear groundwater dependency in the range of...
Commissioned Report
This is a final report on the project for promoting Asian regional collaboration on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), under a lump-sum contract with Ministry of the Environment, Japan in FY 2017. The project consists of three components: i) Study on policy and implementation of country EIA system in seven Asian countries, namely, Cambodia,...
Commissioned Report
国立研究開発法人国立環境研究所(以下、NIES)が平成28年度事業に開発した温室効果ガス排出量のシミュレーションモデルを使ってインドネシア全体における温室効果ガス排出削減の可能性を検討するにあたり、IGESは交通分野を中心としたエネルギー消費実態等に係る現地調査の設計、実施、データ解析を行った。
Peer-reviewed Article
In Case Studies on Transport Policy
A large proportion of Asia’s urban population is served by informal modes of transport known as paratransit. Many of the vehicles in this informal sector contribute to rising air pollution and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Energy-efficient technologies could make paratransit environmentally sustainable. However, the purchase and use of clean...