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地方分権化にともなう森林管理主体のダイナミズム:インドネシア共和国東カリマンタン州クタイ県を事例にして

In Kokusai Kaihatsu Kenkyu
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This winter edition of IRES 2002 focuses on the sustainable management of freshwater resources in Asia. Interestingly-even synergistically-the Third World Water Forum (WWF3) will be held in Japan in the cities of Kyoto, Shiga, and Osaka (16 to 23 March 2003) and attended by a wide range of stakeholders, including policymakers, researchers,...
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In International Review for Environmental Strategies (IRES) Volume3 Number2 (Winter 2002)
Book Review "Environmental Policy in the European Union-Actors, Institutions and Processes" edited by Andrew Jordan, Lecturer and Programme Manager of the Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment. Publisher information: London, Sterling (VA): Earthscan Publications Limited, 2002. ISBN: 185-383-795-4, 354 pp., _18.95 (pbk)....
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In International Review for Environmental Strategies (IRES) Volume3 Number2 (Winter 2002)
Book Review World in Transition 2: New Structures for Global Environmental Policy by the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU). Publisher information: London: Earthscan, 2001. ISBN: 1-85383-852-7, 242 pp., £50.00 (hbk). International institutions play a crucial role in the movement to cope with global environmental problems, and the...
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In International Review for Environmental Strategies (IRES) Volume3 Number2 (Winter 2002)
Author:
Axel Michaelowa
Book Review: "Climate Change: From a Fossil to a Solar Culture" by Carl Amery and Hermann Scheer. Publisher information: MÙnchen: Kunstmann, 2001 (in German). a ISBN: 3-88897-266-3, 143 pp., ó10 (pbk). Reviewer: Axel Michaelowa, b Head of Programme "International Climate Policy," Hamburg Institute of International Economics, Germany. Foreign...
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In International Review for Environmental Strategies (IRES) Volume3 Number2 (Winter 2002)
Author:
Ryutaro Hashimoto
Water is vital for the life and health of people and ecosystems and a basic requirement for the development of countries, but many people lack access to adequate and safe water to meet their most basic needs. Water resources and their related ecosystems are now under threat from pollution, unsustainable use, climate change and many other forces....