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Restoring degraded tropical forests for carbon and biodiversity
The extensive deforestation and degradation of tropical forests is a significant contributor to the loss of biodiversity and to global warming. Restoration could potentially mitigate the impacts ofExpand
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Conservation Research Is Not Happening Where It Is Most Needed
Target 19, set by the Convention on Biological Diversity, seeks to improve the knowledge, science base, and technologies relating to biodiversity. We will fail to achieve this target unless prolificExpand
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Evaluating the effectiveness of palm oil certification in delivering multiple sustainability objectives
Industrial oil palm plantations in South East Asia have caused significant biodiversity losses and perverse social outcomes. To address concerns over plantation practices and in an attempt to improveExpand
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Community forest management in Indonesia: Avoided deforestation in the context of anthropogenic and climate complexities
Abstract Community forest management has been identified as a win-win option for reducing deforestation while improving the welfare of rural communities in developing countries. Despite considerableExpand
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Estimating the Aboveground Biomass of Bornean Forest
We apply a process-based model, called 3-PG (physiological principles for predicting growth), to estimate aboveground biomass for the primary forests of Borneo. Using publicly available soil andExpand
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Enhancing feasibility: Incorporating a socio-ecological systems framework into restoration planning
We integrate a social-ecological systems framework with systematic decision-making to inform forest restoration planning in a community-based context. Expand
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Oil palm-community conflict mapping in Indonesia: A case for better community liaison in planning for development initiatives
Conflict between large-scale oil-palm producers and local communities is widespread in palm-oil producer nations. With a potential doubling of oil-palm cultivation in Indonesia in the next ten yearsExpand
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The processes that threaten Indonesian plants
The processes that threaten 240 Indonesian threatened plants were identified and categorized based on a comprehensive review of the published literature and elicitation of information from experts.Expand
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A comparative assessment of the financial costs and carbon benefits of REDD + strategies in Southeast Asia
REDD+ holds potential formitigating emissions from tropical forest loss by providing financial incentives for carbon stored in forests, but its economic viability is under scrutiny. The primaryExpand
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Floristic composition at biodiversity protection area in Lubuk Kakap, District of Ketapang, West Kalimantan
Budiharta S (2010) Floristic composition at biodiversity protection area in Lubuk Kakap, District of Ketapang, West Kalimantan. Biodiversitas 11: 151-156. A study on floristic composition has beenExpand
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