Human Ecology Review: Volume 27, Number 1

Human Ecology Review: Volume 27, Number 1

 

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This volume of Human Ecology Review represents an internationally diverse range of human ecology research and practice. Diansyah, Abas, and Sakawi present a review of community forest management in Southeast Asia and its impacts on biodiversity conservation community livelihoods. Flagg and Rudel survey national differences in proposed greenhouse gas emission reductions and relative levels of fossil fuel dependencies. On a similar topic, Hargrove, Sommer, and Shandra link national levels of CO2 emissions to levels of executive and public sector corruption, with consequences for transitioning to renewable energy economies. Hooykaas provides a Canadian place-based case study of the role of public gardens in developing a sense of being ‘at home’. Irshad, Hussain, and Malik analyse the ecological intensity of different levels of well-being across a number of developing countries. From Sweden, Löwgren explores a range of factors that encourage or reduce community acceptance of hydroelectric power generation. Nwoma and Eni provide a fascinating discussion on the interconnectedness between literature and Zimbabwe’s environmental crisis. Finally, Sari and Rahaman give us a study of the community impact of road development in Papua, Indonesia.

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ISSN (print):
1074-4827
ISSN (online):
2204-0919
Publication date:
Dec 2021
Imprint:
ANU Press
DOI:
http://doi.org/10.22459/HER.27.01.2021
Journal:
Human Ecology Review
Disciplines:
Science: Environmental Sciences, Other
Countries:
Africa: Zimbabwe; Europe: Sweden; North America: Canada; Southeast Asia: Indonesia

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