Panel 1

Presenters:

  1. Assessing the Impacts of Marine Protected Areas on the Livelihoods and Food Security of the Bajau as an Indigenous Migratory People in Indonesia and Malaysia (Greg Acciaioli, Natasha Stacey, Dirk J. Steenbergen & Julian Clifton)
  2. Fishing Communities’ Vulnerability to Climate Change: Some Cases from Selayar Island (Dedi Supriadi Adhuri, Laksmi Rachmawati & Ary Wahyono)
  3. Video and Ethnographic Knowledge: Representing Farmers’ Lives in Transition (Rhino Ariefiansyah)
  4. Environmental Changes, Livelihood and Human Actions:Causal Explanation of Peat Fire in Kalimantan Tengah (Sofyan Ansori)
  5. Kepengaturan dan Resistensi dalam Rantai Pasok Industri Pangan: Studi Kasus Rantai Pasok Gula Kelapa Pangandaran (Rahmad Efendi)
  6. Where Poison is Sold as Medicine:An Examination of the Use of Pesticides in a Rice-Growing Village in West Java (James J. Fox & Yunita T. Winarto)
  7. Logging Concession Holders and Local Community Participation in Forest Resource Management (Herman Hidayat)
  8. ‘There is No Price’: The Entanglement of Livelihoods, Markets, and Nature (Timo Kaartinen)
  9. Making Markets Work for the Poor:A Comparative Study of Community-Based Local Economic Development To Support Livelihoods Programs for the Poor in Indonesia and Japan (Karim)
  10. The Mitra (Partner): The Making and Implication of Territoriality on the Gold Mining Frontier in Bombana District, Indonesia (Omar Pidani)
  11. Livelihood Transformations of the Orang Rimba as Tacit Resistance in the Context of Deforestation (Adi Prasetijo)
  12. When Belonging but Not Controlling: Conservation and the Strategy of Local People Facing Transition in Global Issues (Mohammad Fathi Royyani)
  13. Marketplace ,Traders and Upland Farming Farmers: The Ethnography of Dynamic Tradingasa Livelihood in the Ujung Berung Marketplace, Bandung, West Java (Budiawati Supangkat)
  14. Pengembangan Penghidupan Berkelanjutan di Indonesia: Studi tentang Perancangan Program Pengembangan Penghidupan Berkelanjutan (P2B) dan Hasil Uji cobanya (Mohammad Syukri)
  15. Dari ‘Kosmologi’ ke ‘Skenario Musiman’: Transisi Sumber Pengetahuan Petani untuk Antisipasi Konsekuensi Perubahan Iklim di Lombok Timur (Moh.Taqiuddin)
  16. Agrometeorological Learning as Policy Learning in a Changing Climate: Would the State Changes its Policies if the Farmers Change their Strategies? (Yunita T. Winarto, Kees Stigter, Rhino Ariefiansyah & Adlinanur F. Prihandiani)