South East Asia
History of ASB
The ASB Policy Brief Series: Reflections from Twenty Years of ASB Partnership
Climate-Smart Landscapes: Multifunctionality in Practice
Sustainable Land-Use Systems for Sloping Uplands in Southeast Asia.
ICRAF Southeast Asia: Implementing the Vision.
Agroforests as an Alternative to Pure Plantations for the Domestication and Commercialization of NTFPS.
Research Abstracts and Key Policy Questions.
Managing Natural Resources Locally: An Overview of Innovations and Tens Initial Steps for Local Governments.
The Effects of Scales, Flows and Filters on Property Rights and Collective Action in Watershed Management.
Reducing Smoke Pollution from Tropical Fires.
Agroforestry Is a Form of Sustainable Forest Management: Lessons from South East Asia.
Toward Understanding the Cumulative Impacts of Roads in Upland Agricultural Watersheds of Northern Thailand.
Policy Analysis and Environmental Problems at Different Scales: Asking the Right Questions.
Environmental Services and Land Use Change in Southeast Asia: From Recognition to Regulation or Reward?
Landscape Analysis of Abatement Cost in the Philippines: The Manupali Case Study.
Sustained Policy Action needed to end Indonesia Haze
REDD+ in Vietnam: Drivers, agents and institutions
Ecosystem / Environmental services
Synergies between mitigation and adaptation
How Agroforestry Propels Achievement of Nationally Determined Contributions
Multi-century tree-ring precipitation record reveals increasing frequency of extreme dry events in the upper Blue Nile River catchment
REDD+ in Africa: contexts and challenges
Can 365 Years of Climate History Help Prevent Crises in East Africa?
Trump’s climate decision revives commitment to sustainable business: 3 ways zer...
‘Mainstream Agroforestry in Climate Talks and Policy’
ICRAF and partners launch a project on sustainable community forest management...