South East Asia
History of ASB
South East Asia
Economic reasons to reduce emissions in Indonesia
Do agroforestry systems make financial sense? Lessons from Vietnam and Indonesia
Domestication of Dyera polyphylla (Miq.) Steenis in peatland agroforestry systems in Jambi, Indonesia
Carbon neutral? No change in mineral soil carbon stock under oil palm plantations derived from forest or non-forest in Indonesia
Intercropping teak (Tectona grandis) and maize (Zea mays): bioeconomic trade-off analysis of agroforestry management practices in Gunungkidul, West Java
Self-identification of indigenous people in postindependence Indonesia: a historical analysis in the context of REDD+
Land use change and shifts in gender roles in central Sumatra, Indonesia
Peat and land clearing fires in Indonesia in 2015: Lessons for polycentric governance
Stopping haze when it rains: lessons learnt in 20 years of Alternatives-to-Slash-and-Burn research in Indonesia
Patterns of Investing in Sustainable Landscapes: Investors and Investment Vehicles in Developing Countries
The ASB Policy Brief Series: Reflections from Twenty Years of ASB Partnership
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation - REDD+
From Shifting Cultivation to Forest Management through Agroforestry: Smallholder Damar Agroforests in West Lampung (Sumatra).
New Face for Traditional Commons: Forest Conversion and the Redefinition of Common Property and Individual Rights through Agroforest Development in Sumatra, Indonesia.
New Face for Traditional Commons Forest Conversion and the Redefinition of Common Property and Individual Rights through Agroforest Development in Sumatra, Indonesia.
Evolution of Palm Oil Trade Policy in Indonesia, 1978-1991.
Alternatives to Slash-and-Burn in Indonesia: Summary Report of Phase 1.
Improving Productivity of Indonesian in Rubber Based Agroforestry Systems: Introduction and Financial Analysis of RAS Systems.
Ecosystem / Environmental services
Synergies between mitigation and adaptation
Trees, forests and water: Cool insights for a hot world
Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMA) in the Livestock sector of the Peruvian Amazon Region
An integrated approach to agricultural NAMAs for the sustainable management of productive landscapes of the Peruvian Amazon
ICRAF and partners launch a project on sustainable community forest management...
Adaptation meets mitigation in Paris Climate Deal
Balancing development and emission reduction strategies: the case of Efoulan, C...
The process of influencing policy on climate change action in Indonesia