Updated on 2022/04/27

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HARADA Kazuhiro
 
Organization
Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences Department of Forest and Environmental Resources Sciences Professor
Graduate School
Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences
Undergraduate School
School of Agricultural Sciences Department of Bioenvironmental Sciences
Title
Professor
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I have been a professor since 2014 in the Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan. Prior to joining the university, I worked as an associate professor in School of Human Science and Environment, University of Hyogo, as a researcher of the Forest Conservation Project in the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) in Kanagawa, Japan, I completed my PhD from the Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the Univeristy of Tokyo, and worked for Biodiversity Conservation Project, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) while carrying out my doctoral research in the Gunung Halimun National Park, West Java, Indonesia. I belonged to the Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Western Austalia, from July 2005 to July 2006 as a visiting fellow. I have other experiences to work for projects of JICA in Indonesia.

Degree 1

  1. 博士(農学) ( 2004.3   東京大学 ) 

Research Areas 1

  1. Life Science / Forest science  / 森林政策学、ポリティカルエコロジー、インドネシア地域研究

Current Research Project and SDGs 1

  1. 東南・南アジアにける森林を対象とした、グローバルな森林保全政策とローカルな社会による資源利用の共生のあり方に関する研究

Research History 3

  1. 兵庫県立大学環境人間学部准教授

    2008.10 - 2014.3

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    Country:Japan

  2. (公財)地球環境戦略研究機関(IGES)森林保全プロジェクト研究員

    2003.1 - 2008.9

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    Country:Japan

  3. JICA(現:国際協力機構)インドネシア生物多様性保全プロジェクト長期派遣専門家

    1997.7 - 2000.11

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    Country:Japan

Education 3

  1. The University of Tokyo   Graduate School, Division of Agricultural Science

    - 2004.3

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    Country: Japan

  2. The University of Tokyo   Graduate School, Division of Agricultural Science

    - 1995.3

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    Country: Japan

  3. The University of Tokyo   Faculty of Agriculture

    - 1993.3

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    Country: Japan

Professional Memberships 3

  1. 日本森林学会

  2. 林業経済学会

  3. 日本熱帯生態学会   評議員

 

Papers 27

  1. Current Status, Attitude, and Issues around Preserved Tree Systems, Identified through Surveying the Operators Managing the Trees

    Aiba Soshi, Harada Kazuhiro

    Journal of Forest Planning   Vol. 27 ( 0 ) page: 11 - 25   2021

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    <p>The "preserved tree system" and "preserved forest system" aim to preserve trees and forests in cities in Japan, and are operated by local governments. We conducted a questionnaire of the operators of the preserved tree system to examine their awareness of the systems in Nagoya (215 operators) and Shizuoka (60 operators), and clarified the relationships among operators, local governments, and community residents not involved in tree management. Questionnaires were returned by 117 (Nagoya) and 30 (Shizuoka) operators. The results were as follows: 1) Although local governments and operators agreed on the goals of the system (green preservation, improving aesthetic appeal, and preservation of trees with historical and cultural value), there were concerns over the associated costs and economic burden faced by the management; 2) There was a risk of conflict between the operators and community residents because calls for preservation by neighboring residents increased when operators stopped tree management. For sustainable preservation of designated trees in the local environment, promotion of cooperation between community residents and operators is crucial.</p>

    DOI: 10.20659/jfp.2021.002

  2. Forest and peat fire countermeasures through cooperation between local people and governments in Indonesia:: case study of Lukun Village, Riau Province

    ICHIHARA Jun, HARADA Kazuhiro, MORI Masanori

    Papers on Environmental Information Science   Vol. 35 ( 0 ) page: 19 - 24   2021

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    <p>The purpose of this study is to clarify progress of the forest and peat fire countermeasures and identify challenges of fire management in Lukun Village, in Indonesia. After the large-scale fire in 2014, the village advanced the management including establishment of village's fire countermeasure team (MPA) with capacity development and extinguishing equipment and establishing canal blocking. Continuous support of the governments is indispensable for effective fire management.</p>

    DOI: 10.11492/ceispapers.ceis35.0_19

  3. A tropical case study of tree diversity and productivity relationships in mixed species plantations in protected areas Reviewed International coauthorship

    原田 一宏

    International Journal of Development and Sustainability   Vol. 6(11)   page: 1835 - 1847   2017

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  4. Contributions of Company-Community Forestry Partnerships (PHBM) to the Livelihoods of Participants in Java, Indonesia: A Case Study in Madiun, East Java

    YOKOTA Yasuhiro, HARADA Kazuhiro, ROHMAN, SILVI Nur Oktalina, WIYONO, TANAKA Motomu, INOUE Makoto

    Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly: JARQ   Vol. 48 ( 3 ) page: 363 - 377   2014

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    The State Forest Company of Indonesia launched its Company-Community Forestry Partnerships system on the island of Java in 2001 (PHBM system). We examined the PHBM’s effects on the economic lives of participating villagers through a case study in Madiun, East Java. We specifically examined the potential and limits of the PHBM’s contribution to villagers’ livelihoods by quantitatively evaluating (i) the system’s impact on household livelihoods and (ii) the continuity of its impact. Of households engaging in PHBM, 45.6% had more than half their arable land in the forest, and 10.0% of households had arable land only in the forest. The bulk of non-timber forest products, mostly fuelwood, was collected in the forest. Among villagers earning an income, 12.2% earned more than half via the PHBM, which was the only source of cash income for 2.2% of the engaged villagers. For some households, PHBM has helped significantly improve their livelihoods. However, the benefits derived from the PHBM were tempered by problems of quality, quantity, and continuity. The benefit of the system could be increased by providing preferential opportunities (to access farmland in the forest and/or cash income) to small-scale or impoverished farmers by improving the usage of intercropping land under planted trees, and promoting small business as a group enterprise.

    DOI: 10.6090/jarq.48.363

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  5. Framework for Accounting Reference Levels for REDD plus in Tropical Forests: Case Study from Xishuangbanna, China

    Liu Guifang, Feng Yafei, Xia Menglin, Lu Heli, Guan Ruimin, Harada Kazuhiro, Zhang Chuanrong

    REMOTE SENSING   Vol. 13 ( 3 )   2021.2

  6. Local perceptions of forest rules and interactions between rules, ecotourism, and human-wildlife conflicts: Evidence from Chitwan National Park, Nepal

    Kandel Saroj, Harada Kazuhiro, Adhikari Sudha, Dahal Nabin Kumar, Dhakal Maheshwar

    TROPICS   Vol. 29 ( 1 ) page: 25 - 39   2020

  7. The Roles of Community Forestry and Leasehold Forestry in Nepal in Terms of Collecting Forest Resources:A Case Study from Chitwan District

    HAYAKAWA Chihiro, KANDEL Saroj, HARADA Kazuhiro

    Journal of Forest Economics   Vol. 66 ( 2 ) page: 1 - 9   2020

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    This study aimed to clarify the role of Community forest (CF) and Leasehold forest (LHF) in terms of local users collecting forest resources, by examining the actual use conditions of both forests in a D village of Chitwan. Households were categorized into A, B, C, D rank based on socioeconomic characteristics, and we interviewed 51 households (30% of the total). The LHF program was introduced to alleviate poverty and is convenient for users in terms of forest resource collection. However, our results revealed that A-ranked households (wealthiest) had the highest LHF holding, while D-ranked (poorest) were lowest. In wealthy households, the sale of livestock was the main source of income and with a large number of livestock, LHF was a necessary resource collection place, while the poorest households collected required resources from CF. Almost all households interviewed could collect resources from either forest and were satisfied with collected resources. However, considering that the original objective of the LHF program was to assist the poor, there is concern that the distribution of LHF is biased toward the richest households which will widen the gap between rich and poor. Therefore, the government should consider the economic situation of each household and redistribute LHF accordingly.

    DOI: 10.20818/jfe.66.2_1

  8. Tree species diversity in relation to environmental variables and disturbance gradients in a northeastern forest in Bangladesh

    Hossain Md Anwar, Al Pavel Muha Abdullah, Harada Kazuhiro, Beierkuhnlein Carl, Jentsch Anke, Uddin Mohammad Belal

    JOURNAL OF FORESTRY RESEARCH   Vol. 30 ( 6 ) page: 2143 - 2150   2019.12

  9. Effects of stand characteristics on tree species richness in and around a conservation area of northeast Bangladesh.

    Pavel, M.A.A., Mukul, S.A., Uddin, M.B., Harada, K.

    Journal of Mountain Science     page: in press.   2016

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  10. How can social safeguards of REDD+ function effectively conserve forests and improve local livelihoods? A case from Meru Betiri National Park, East Java, Indonesia Reviewed

    Kazuhiro Harada, Dede Prabowo, Arif Aliadi, Jun Ichihara, Hwan-Ok Ma

    Land   Vol. 4 ( 1 ) page: 119-139   2015.2

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  11. インドネシア林業公社による住民共同森林管理制度における住民組織への支援体制―マディウン営林署の事例におけるフィールド・ファシリテーターの役割―

    横田康弘, 原田一宏, ロフマン, シルビ ヌル オクタリナ, ウィヨノ

    林業経済   Vol. 66 ( 10 ) page: 2-19.   2014

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  12. Contribution to participant's livelihood by community collaborative forest management system in Java, Indonesia- A case study in Madiun, East Java.

    Yokota, Y., Harada, K., Oktalina, S.N., Rohman, Wiyono, Tanaka, M. and Inoue, M.

    Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly   Vol. 48 ( 3 ) page: 363-377.   2014

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  13. Certification of a community-based forest enterprise for improving institutional management and household income: A case from Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia.

    Harada, K. and Wiyono

    Small-scale Forestry     page: online first.   2013

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  14. Forest resources use, attitude, and perception of local residents towards community based forest management: Case of the Makira Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) Project, Madagascar.

    Ratsimbazafy, L. C., Harada, K. and Yamamura, M.

    Journal of Ecology and the Natural Environment   Vol. 4 ( 13 ) page: 321-332.   2012

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  15. Exploring potentials of forest certification for community-based forest management in Indonesia.

    Harada, K., Rohman, Oktalina, S.N. and Wiyono

    Journal of Forest Economics   Vol. 58 ( 1 ) page: 58-67.   2012

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  16. Forest conservation and livelihood conflict in REDD: A case study from the corridor Ankeniheny Zahamena REDD project, Madagascar.

    Ratsimbazafy, L. C., Harada, K. and Yamamura, M.

    International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation   Vol. 3 ( 12 ) page: 618-630.   2011

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  17. Agroforestry as a sustainable landuse option in degraded tropical forests: a study from Bangladesh.

    Alam, M., Furukawa, Y. and Harada, K.

    Environment, Development and Sustainability   Vol. 12 ( 2 ) page: 147-158.   2009

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  18. Patterns of Behavior in Local Forest management: Case Studies from Indonesia and Laos.

    Nanang, M., Hyakumura, K., Harada, K. and Inoue, M.

    Socio-Humanities   Vol. 1 ( 1 ) page: 55-65.   2006

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  19. Local use of agricultural lands and natural resources as the commons in Gunung Halimun National Park, West Java, Indonesia.

    Harada, K.

    International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology   Vol. 12   page: 34-47.   2005

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  20. Diversity, conservation, local knowledge of rattans and sugarpalm in Gunung Halimun National Park, Indonesia.

    Harada, K., Mogea, J. P. and Rahayu, M.

    Journal of the International Palm Society   Vol. 49 ( 1 ) page: 25-35.   2005

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  21. Peran tumbuhan dalam kehidupan tradisional masyarakat lokal di Taman Nasional Gunung Halimun-Jawa Barat (The role of plants for the traditional livelihoods of local people in Gunung Halimun National Park.

    Rahayu, M. and Harada, K.

    Berita Biology   Vol. 7 ( 1,2 ) page: 17-23.   2004

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  22. Dependency of local people on the forests of Gunung Halimun National Park, West Java, Indonesia.

    Harada, K.

    TROPICS   Vol. 13 ( 3 ) page: 161-185.   2004

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  23. Attitudes of local people towards conservation and Gunung Halimun National Park in West Java, Indonesia.

    Harada, K.

    Journal of Forest Research   Vol. 8   page: 271-282.   2003

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  24. 保護地域の自然資源をめぐる紛争管理―政府と地域住民の対立をとらえるためのフレームワーク.

    原田一宏

    林業経済研究   Vol. 49 ( 2 ) page: 35-43.   2003

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  25. 地域住民の参加による保護地域管理のための方策―インドネシア・グヌンハリムン国立公園を例として―.

    原田一宏

    林業経済   Vol. 52 ( 10 ) page: 14-22.   1999

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  26. Responses of three dipterocarp species to light regime.

    Tange, K., Harada, K., Kojima, K. and Sasaki, S.

    Proceedings of the Japan Academy   Vol. 74   page: 206-209.   1998

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  27. 異なる植栽条件下でのフタバガキ科苗の水分生理特性.

    原田一宏, 小島克己, 丹下健, 佐々木恵彦

    日本林学会大会発表論文集   Vol. 105   page: 287-290.   1994

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Books 7

  1. Participatory forest management in a new age : Integration of climate change policy and rural development policy

    井上 真, 原田 一宏, Yokota Yasuhiro, Mohammed Abrar Juhar

    University of Tokyo press  2021  ( ISBN:9784130770125

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  2. Participatory Forest Management in a New Era: Integration of Rural Development and Climate Change Reviewed International journal

    ( Role: Joint editor)

    University of Tokyo Press   2021.4 

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  3. 森林行政と慣習林

    アジアの法整備叢書 インドネシア:民主化とグローバリゼーションへの挑戦

    旬報社   2020.6 

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  4. インドネシア : 民主化とグローバリゼーションへの挑戦

    島田 弦, 鮎京 正訓, 茅根 由佳, 川村 晃一, 草野 芳郎, 河野 毅, 坂田 有実, Suryomenggolo Jafar, 新地 真之, 高野 さやか, 原田 一宏, 平石 努, 増原 綾子, 見市 建, 宮澤 哲, 宮澤 尚里, 吉田 信

    旬報社  2020  ( ISBN:9784845116393

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  5. 特集暮らしの中の熱帯

    森林環境研究会, 原田 一宏, 井上 真

    森林文化協会  2020  ( ISBN:9784998087182

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  6. コーヒー豆を追いかけて : 地球が抱える問題が熱帯林で見えてくる

    原田 一宏

    くもん出版  2018  ( ISBN:9784774326962

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  7. 「認証制度を通した市場メカニズム」

    『シリーズ 東南アジア地域研究 環境』( Role: Contributor)

    慶応義塾大学出版会   2017.2 

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Teaching Experience (On-campus) 5

  1. 環境社会学特論

    2022

  2. 国際森林資源論

    2020

  3. 生命の技術と倫理

    2020

  4. 森林社会共生学

    2020

  5. 環境政策学

    2016

Teaching Experience (Off-campus) 2

  1. 環境の社会学

    2014.4 - 2020.3

  2. 環境と政治

    2014.4 - 2020.3