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In the past, the Thai government had exclusive authority over forest management in Thailand, but since the end of the 1980s, local residents have taken on the responsibility.…

During the last 40 years forestlands in Cambodia have decreased as a result of human activity, most notably period was from 1975 to 1979 under the Khmer Rouge.…

Kyotango City, Kyoto, Japan, is an agricultural and mountainous rural area located approximately 90 kilometres from central Kyoto consisting of man-made forests and agricultural lands.…

The Province of Misiones located in northeast Argentina, harbours the country’s only remaining subtropical forest, vast untarnished natural expanses and many plantations.…

As a result of past shifts in Environmental focus to preservation of rural environments and assistance for sustainable production; the European Union created the “Natura 2000 Network” in 2004.…

In Loitokitok, Rift Valley Province, Kenya, the Maasai, nomadic herders whose diet had traditionally been centred on bovines, respect cattle, which had provided them with most of their essential needs.…

The landscape of subsistence villages in the Solomon Islands is made up of settlements along the coastlines surrounded by various human-modified forests, forming mosaic pattern environment.…

The term “working wetland” in Louisiana refers to wetlands (paddies) serving multiple functions: rice cultivation, crawfish harvesting, and waterfowl habitat.…

Over 300 kilometres from Tokyo, the port city of Wajima rests against the sea with the majority of its small and continuously dwindling population subsisting on agriculture, forestry, fishery, lacquer-ware manufacturing, and tourism. Located on a peninsula 60% covered by forested mountains, the city contains a significant amount of modified nature (mainly terraced rice paddies developed through long-lasting human interventions in balance with the nature’s capacity), which provides habitat for pr…

unique region both culturally and ecologically, Wayanad India is populated mainly by homestead farmers utilizing paddy-based cropping systems and homegardens based on local traditional techniques.…