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KOHSAKA Ryo
 
Organization
Graduate School of Environmental Studies Department of Social and Human Environment Environmental Policies Professor
Graduate School
Graduate School of Environmental Studies
Title
Professor

Degree 4

  1. Doktor der Naturwissenschaften ( 2004.6 ) 

  2. M.Sc. ( 2000.3   The University of Tokyo ) 

  3. M.Sc. (Environment and Development) University of East Anglia (UK) ( 1999.12 ) 

  4. Bachelor of Science ( 1998.3   The University of Tokyo ) 

Research Areas 1

  1. Life Science / Forest science  / International Natural Resource Management Forest Policy

Current Research Project and SDGs 4

  1. Ecosystem Service/NCP

  2. Geographical Indications

  3. Land Use

  4. Blue Carbon

Committee Memberships 17

  1.   公益財団法人地球環境戦略研究機関シニアフェロー  

    2021.7   

  2.   岡崎市環境審議会委員  

    2020   

  3.   あいち生物多様性戦略推進委員会委員  

    2019   

  4.   委員 環境省 次期生物多様性国家戦略研究会 環境省  

    2019 - 2021   

  5.   「国内における温室効果ガス排出削減・吸収量認証制度の実施委託費(J-クレジット制度推進のための地域支援事業 東北経済産業局)」に係る委託事業者選定審査会委員  

    2019 - 2021   

  6.   クリーンエネルギーみやぎ創造チャレンジ事業補助金 評価委員  

    2019 - 2020   

  7.   コンビーナー Convener ISO技術委員会TC266 WG4  Biomimeticsバイオミメティクス国際標準化推進委員会  

    2018   

  8.   北海道 東北地域経済総合研究所 地域経営研究会委員  

    2018 - 2020   

  9.   GI白山清酒管理機構 審査委員  

    2016   

  10.   共同議長 日中韓森林の伝統的知識ネットワーク Co-chair Asian Center for Traditional Forest Knowledge (Korea, China, Japan+ ASEAN)  

    2015   

  11.   石川県 中山間地域等総合対策審査会委員  

    2015   

  12.   副代表  国際森林研究機関連合(略称 IUFRO) サブテーマ 6.10   

    2014   

  13.   なごや環境大学実行委員会 参与  

    2014   

  14.   あいち地域循環圏形成プラン推進会議専門委員  

    2009.6   

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  15.   自然保護委員 公益財団法人世界自然保護基金ジャパン  

    2009   

  16.   委員 生物多様性日本アワード(国際・国内賞)委員 公益財団法人イオン環境財団  

    2009   

  17.   愛知環境賞 専門部会 選考委員  

    2009   

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Papers 84

  1. Sustainable aquaculture to ensure coexistence: Perceptions of aquaculture farmers in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

    Lukman K.M., Uchiyama Y., Kohsaka R.

    Ocean and Coastal Management   Vol. 213   2021.11

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    Aquaculture has been reported as a global major driver for deforestation and land-use related changes in mangroves, which form one of the main components of blue carbon ecosystems. Indonesia, which houses rich and extensive mangrove forests, should consider mangrove conservation as an urgent task; however, the increasing economic pressures from aquaculture and tourism are resulting in deforestation. East Kalimantan is one of the frontier regions that is facing this balancing activity of protecting the ecosystem while maintaining the economy. Indonesia has adopted an economic policy of becoming a major producer of aquaculture products in the world, and this objective could become a threat to blue carbon ecosystems including the country's mangroves. Various ecological pressures have been caused by land-use change activities, tourism, and urbanization, as well as unsustainable aquaculture practices; specifically, brackish water aquaculture, which is often practiced for a few years before being abandoned. While regulations and guidelines regarding sustainable aquaculture practices have been established on a de jure basis, their effective implementation still encounters certain obstacles because of various environmental and social limitations. To address these de facto challenges, it is essential to increase local communities' awareness regarding mangrove status and relevant aquaculture policies, because these are critical for identifying the underlying challenges of sustainable aquaculture practices. This study conducted an empirical survey to identify and gather basic data on local residents' awareness and perceptions regarding mangrove conservation-related policies and activities necessary for sustainable aquaculture. Consequently, we identified some key relevant actions by farmers and highlighted certain elements of aquaculture policies to ensure the environmental sustainability of the mangrove ecosystem. Furthermore, residents' participation in mangrove conservation could influence their awareness regarding mangrove ecosystems. Tourism-related activities can enable the tourism sector's partial integration into mangrove ecosystem conservation activities. While doing so, aquaculture farmers' local contexts, characteristics, and criteria should be reflected to implement relevant policies effectively.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2021.105839

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  2. Cultural ecosystem services from the afforestation of rice terraces and farmland: Emerging services as an alternative to monoculturalization

    Kohsaka R., Ito K., Miyake Y., Uchiyama Y.

    Forest Ecology and Management   Vol. 497   2021.10

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    Conventionally, forests and rice terraces are regarded as separate elements, and their interactions are largely overlooked. Afforestation of rice terraces has been regarded as a “failure” and is almost a taboo among households and policy-makers. We analyze the ecological interactions of afforestation for charcoal making and mushroom (shiitake, Lentinula edodes) production in former rice terraces and other types of farmland in the socio-ecological production/interacted landscape called satoyama, which is characterized by a mosaic distribution of land use. The study counters the argument that the preservation of farmland is the only way to sustain landscapes, biodiversity, and cultural ecosystem services; it contributes to the understanding of the impact of afforestation on the production of traditional non-timber forest products (NTFPs) and the practices of cultural forests. To understand the impact of afforestation, this study focuses on afforestation in the traditional cyclical use of cultural forests (known as satoyama) in Noto and Kunisaki, which are culturally important sites listed among the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems. This study analyzed quantitative data, which included land use data from aerial photos, ecological data from afforestation sites in Noto, and a survey of shiitake producers in Kunisaki. Despite the conversion of farmland, afforestation in satoyama can take place without diminishing the supply of cultural ecosystem services, facilitating the sustainable development of communities. Afforestation can maintain agricultural output by increasing the production of NTFPs. Afforested areas become educational sites where ecosystem services and the role of forests in satoyama landscapes can be studied. Traditional knowledge of ecosystem service provision and landscape management in forests and NTFP can be shared among tourists and participants in forest restoration. Tourists can explore surrounding cultural sites as the afforestation of cultural forests leads to the development of connections with historical walking paths. Furthermore, afforestation can generate more biodiversity benefits than the abandonment of longtime farmland; for example, the number of plant species increased in former orchards in Noto. Thus, the impact of farmland afforestation in satoyama includes revitalization and the development of new cultural ecosystem services. Afforestation supports a higher level of biodiversity compared to the abandonment of farmland and rice paddies. This study counters the argument for the afforestation of rice paddies and open forests in satoyama and rediscovers the historical exchangeability between forests and farmland as part of traditional knowledge embedded in the cyclical use of cultural forests over a few decades (8–15 years for charcoal, 10–20 for shiitake (Lentinula edodes) production). Managed afforestation of farmland and the integration of traditional forest practice can be a reasonable option for land use management in response to extensive farmland abandonment and continuous rural decline.

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  3. Community perceptions of long-term mangrove cover changes and its drivers from a typhoon-prone province in the Philippines

    Quevedo Jay Mar D., Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    AMBIO     2021.8

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    Mangrove forests are among the most productive ecosystems with important services such as food and livelihood provisions, recreations, and regulations (e.g., coastal protection) in local scales. At global scale, they are gaining salience for their carbon sequestration capacities, currently conceptualized as “blue carbon.” However, their essential benefits are reduced or lost when degraded. There is, therefore, a need to explore long-term mangrove cover change (MCC) and its underpinning drivers to develop sustainable management strategies. MCC has been analyzed extensively, including satellite images and field surveys, with drivers of changes frequently embedded in local contexts. Thus, in this study, MCC and the causal factors are evaluated at the local scale by gathering community perceptions in Eastern Samar, a typhoon-prone province in the Philippines, with a timeframe since the 1970s until the present. Results show that mangrove cover loss was observed following the occurrence of Typhoon Agnes in 1984 and Typhoon Haiyan in 2013 while conversion of mangrove areas to residential spaces was identified as a recurring driver of mangrove depletion from the early 1970s to 1990s. Study participants perceived that natural threats and lack of law enforcement were the leading proximate and underlying drivers of degradation, respectively. Respondents perceived that mangrove cover is increasing mainly due to successive reforestation programs coupled with stricter implementation of local ordinances in the sites. The results indicate the increased role of mangrove forests in disaster risk reduction and climate change mitigation strategies, while the perceptions of drivers change in long terms.

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  4. Land Use Changes Assessment using a triangulated framework: Perception Interviews, Land-Use/Land Cover Observation, and Spatial Planning Analysis in Tanjung Batu and Derawan Island, Indonesia

    Lukman Kevin Muhamad, Uchiyama Yuta, Quevedo Jay Mar D., Harding Diana, Kohsaka Ryo

    HUMAN ECOLOGY     2021.8

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    Understanding land-use change is imperative in the management of Indonesian coastal ecosystems with numerous environmental impacts generated from land-use conversion. To assess these impacts in holistic perspective, we use three sources of data, land cover change, policy maps, and interviews, to triangulate the main issues. Combining these sources, we analyze land-use changes in the past based on perception interviews and secondary data from the government spatial plan policy map and observable land-cover. In Tanjung Batu and Derawan Island we found that local populations were more aware of the changes related to infrastructure development, but that there are discrepancies between assigned and actual land-use, illustrating the value of a triangulated framework.

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  5. Strategies of Destination Management Organizations in Urban and Rural Areas: Using Text Analysis Method for SWOT Descriptions at Meta-level

    Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HOSPITALITY & TOURISM ADMINISTRATION     2021.7

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  6. Are Municipalities Ready for Integrating Blue Carbon Concepts?: Content Analysis of Coastal Management Plans in the Philippines

    Quevedo Jay Mar D., Uchiyama Yuta, Lukman Kevin Muhamad, Kohsaka Ryo

    COASTAL MANAGEMENT   Vol. 49 ( 4 ) page: 334 - 355   2021.7

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    The blue carbon ecosystems are gaining salience in the international arena due to their intrinsic role in climate change mitigation. Reviews on management strategies and plans at the local level are largely overlooked, although they are crucial factors in translating commitments to contextualized actions for sustainable management. The primary goal of this study is to investigate the present coastal management plans for blue carbon ecosystem management strategies using content analysis of the local plans of select municipalities in the Philippines. The analysis generated eight (8) clusters based on keywords focusing on mangrove and seagrass ecosystems, namely: ecological profile, ecosystem services, carbon sequestration, tourism, natural threats, anthropogenic threats, laws, policies, & ordinances, and management activities. The management activities cluster has the most coverage while the carbon sequestration cluster is the least mentioned. There is also a distinct gap in the inclusion of mangroves compared to seagrasses in the coastal management plans where these ecosystems are present in the localities concerned. Mangrove ecosystems are frequently mentioned, covering all clusters while seagrass ecosystems are discussed to less extent in only five (5) clusters. This study also showed that the “blue carbon” concept is not yet fully incorporated in the current management plans where carbon sequestration cluster is only discussed under mangrove ecosystems in one of the sites while no discussions for seagrasses’ “blue carbon” functions. The results of this study can serve as a benchmark for local policy-makers in updating their present management plans particularly in branching their focus on integrated management of seagrass ecosystems and advancing technical capacity and knowledge on blue carbon ecosystems.

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  7. A blue carbon ecosystems qualitative assessment applying the DPSIR framework: Local perspective of global benefits and contributions Reviewed

    Jay Mar D. Quevedo, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Marine Policy   Vol. 128   page: 104462 - 104462   2021.6

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  8. Linking blue carbon ecosystems with sustainable tourism: Dichotomy of urban-rural local perspectives from the Philippines

    Quevedo Jay Mar D., Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    REGIONAL STUDIES IN MARINE SCIENCE   Vol. 45   2021.6

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    Blue carbon ecosystems (BCEs) are linked to tourism industry either as the main destination site or as additional features. Achieving sustainable tourism in coastal areas warrants the inclusion of long-term BCE management and protection, hence, it is important to understand how tourism impacts these resources to better formulate apt strategies tailored to the individual contexts. In Busuanga Island, Philippines, where tourism industry depends highly on its coastal and marine resources, there is a gap in understanding the impacts of tourism on BCEs. Thus, this study aims to analyze communities’ perceptions of sustainable tourism and BCE services by comparing household survey results between urban (Coron) and rural (Busuanga) communities. Specifically, this work aims to determine residents’ perceptions of tourism impacts at the personal and community levels, to examine whether socio-demographic profiles, ecological consciousness, awareness of programs for sustainable tourism, and ecological protection drive these perceptions, and to compare these results in urban and rural settings. Results of this study indicate a distinctive difference between urban and rural perceptions; e.g., residents perceived highly of tourism benefits and impacts in Coron whereas fewer recognitions are observed in Busuanga. Correlations of locals’ awareness of BCE services with perceived environmental changes caused by tourism showed positive effects. Environment-related plans received high recognition in promoting sustainable tourism. Overall, locals’ perceptions of tourism and blue carbon ecosystems can be bundled together. This linkage could address future planning of sustainable tourism master plan at the municipal level particularly those towns that features coastal resources as their main tourism attractions.

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  9. Special Issue: "Urban Agriculture, Forestry and Green-Blue Infrastructure as "Re-Discovered Commons": Bridging Urban-Rural Interface"

    Kohsaka Ryo, Uchiyama Yuta

    SUSTAINABILITY   Vol. 13 ( 11 )   2021.6

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  10. Towards Evidence Based Policy Making in GIAHS: Convention Theory and Effects of GIAHS Registration on the Wholesale and Retail Trade of Traditional and Local Vegetables

    Miyake Yoshitaka, Uchiyama Yuta, Fujihira Yoshinori, Kohsaka Ryo

    SUSTAINABILITY   Vol. 13 ( 10 )   2021.5

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    This study examines how the registration of certain agricultural regions affects the sales of vegetables classified as traditional. We focused on the sales trends of traditional vegetables from the Noto region, one of the first designated sites of Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS). We compared the sales of recognized traditional vegetables to those of similar traditional vegetables from nearby areas and vegetables labeled with the same place names as the traditional vegetables but without elements of traditionality in branding. The study analyzed the sale and relevant trends of four categories of vegetable: Kaga vegetables, vegetables labeled “Kaga”, Noto vegetables, and vegetables labeled “Noto”. We further analyzed the trends by applying Convention Theory to understand the underpinning “orders of worth” in the purchase and sale of the items. Both Noto vegetables and place-labeled vegetables increased in overall sales since GIAHS registration in 2011. The recent increases in sales volume and number of items, however, were largely due to the production of lettuce, a crop from a vegetable factory. By applying Convention Theory, we identified that in the agriculture of the region, industrial farming impacted even the GIAHS registered site. Thus, careful collection and analysis of evidence is necessary to evaluate the effects of GIAHS registration and draft an action plan for further evidence-based policy making.

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  11. Local perceptions of blue carbon ecosystem infrastructures in Panay Island, Philippines

    Quevedo Jay Mar D., Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    COASTAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL     2021.4

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    Nature-based solutions (NbS) address socio-environmental challenges by sustainably managing ecosystems that offer and support the delivery of various services. NbS can integrate locally relevant options for maintaining ecosystems, thus, encourages the participation of local stakeholders. For instance, mangroves referred here as “blue carbon ecosystem infrastructures” (BCEIs), are being reforested by local stakeholders because of their role in coastal protection and, increasingly, for their contribution to global carbon sequestration. This study examined two mangrove eco-parks in Panay Island, Philippines using perception surveys to (1) offer empirical evidence of the impacts of well-implemented BCEIs, (2) obtain conceptual implications of NbS, and (3) provide practical prospects for BCEI applications in the country. Results show that respondents who access the eco-parks have higher awareness compared to people who did not use it, suggesting eco-parks can promote mangrove awareness. Local's utilization of provisioning and cultural services of the eco-parks indicates that mangroves can be a valuable income source. Engaging residents in the management of eco-parks boosts their participation and willingness to lead. The mutualistic relationship between locals and mangroves observed in this study implies the positive effect of BCEI in the country particularly on people’s well-being, coastal protection, and climate change mitigation if implemented and maintained successfully.

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  12. Local awareness as an instrument for management and conservation of seagrass ecosystem: Case of Berau Regency, Indonesia Reviewed

    Kevin Muhamad Lukman, Yuta Uchiyama, Jay Mar D. Quevedo, Ryo Kohsaka

    Ocean & Coastal Management   Vol. 203   page: 105451 - 105451   2021.4

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  13. How Blue Carbon Ecosystems Are Perceived by Local Communities in the Coral Triangle: Comparative and Empirical Examinations in the Philippines and Indonesia Reviewed

    Jay Mar D. Quevedo, Yuta Uchiyama, Kevin Muhamad Lukman, Ryo Kohsaka

    Sustainability   Vol. 13 ( 1 ) page: 1 - 21   2021.1

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  14. Forest Environment Transfer Tax, Prefectural Forest Policy, and Support for Municipalities

    Kohsaka Ryo, Uchiyama Yuta

    Journal of the Japanese Forest Society   Vol. 103 ( 2 ) page: 134 - 144   2021

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    <p>Forest environment transfer tax at the national level and the accompanying implementations of forest management schemes were introduced in Japan in 2019. Local governments of both prefectures and municipalities receive the tax revenue and need to disclose how the revenue was used annually. There are existing forest tax schemes in 37 prefectures, and prefectural governments are in need to demarcate and elucidate the uses of their prefectural taxes and the national-level tax. In this study, surveys were conducted to detect (1) demarcation of uses of the prefectural taxes and national-level tax in individual prefectures, (2) information exchange meetings of municipalities in individual prefectures and supporting bodies, (3) exchange of staff members and (4) guidelines for new management systems. Although there is a general limitation of comparing prefectures with different contexts and prefectural tax schemes, it was identified for (1), demarcation methods of uses of the prefectural taxes and national-level tax in forest management such as thinning differ among prefectures. There was diversity in patterns for (2) and six prefectures established new permanent bodies for supporting municipalities. For (4), exchanges of staff members between prefectural and municipalities were identified. In Ehime Prefecture, prefectural staff were serving as extension workers of both prefectures and municipalities simultaneously, as a newly introduced system in the prefecture. For (4), guidelines were developed in 17 prefectures. Furthermore, implementation of information exchange meetings correlates with the number of municipalities and ratio of private forest, and exchanging of staff members and developing guidelines correlate with the amount of the allocated forest environment transfer tax.</p>

    DOI: 10.4005/jjfs.103.134

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  15. Access and Use of Green Areas during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Green Infrastructure Management in the “New Normal” Reviewed

    Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Sustainability   Vol. 12 ( 23 ) page: 1 - 9   2020.12

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  16. Status and trends of urban organic agricultural policy in Japan: the survey on ordinance designated cities Reviewed

    Yoshitaka Miyake, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Organic Agriculture   Vol. 10 ( 4 ) page: 497 - 508   2020.12

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  17. Application of Biomimetics to Architectural and Urban Design: A Review across Scales Reviewed

    Yuta Uchiyama, Eduardo Blanco, Ryo Kohsaka

    Sustainability   Vol. 12 ( 23 ) page: 1 - 15   2020.12

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  18. Will organic sake intoxicate consumers? Procurements of rice as bottlenecks and comparative procurement strategies by four brewers in Japan Reviewed

    Yoshitaka Miyake, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 7 ( 1 )   2020.9

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  19. An explorative analysis of landscape value perceptions of naturally dead and cut wood: a case study of visitors to Kaisho Forest, Aichi, Japan Reviewed

    Barbara Kovács, Yuta Uchiyama, Yoshitaka Miyake, Marianne Penker, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Forest Research   Vol. 25 ( 5 ) page: 291 - 298   2020.9

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  20. Private forest landowners’ awareness of forest boundaries: case study in Japan Reviewed

    Shuichiro Kajima, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Forest Research   Vol. 25 ( 5 ) page: 299 - 307   2020.9

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  21. A meta-analysis of shrinking cities in Europe and Japan. Towards an integrative research agenda

    Doeringer Stefanie, Uchiyama Yuta, Penker Marianne, Kohsaka Ryo

    EUROPEAN PLANNING STUDIES   Vol. 28 ( 9 ) page: 1693 - 1712   2020.9

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  22. Perceptions of the seagrass ecosystems for the local communities of Eastern Samar, Philippines: Preliminary results and prospects of blue carbon services Reviewed

    Jay Mar D. Quevedo, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Ocean & Coastal Management   Vol. 191   page: 105181 - 105181   2020.6

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  23. Utilization of Forest Environment Transfer Tax in Ordinance-Designated Cities::Trend of Urban Forest Policy and Its Diversity in Japan Reviewed

    Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    Journal of the Japanese Forest Society   Vol. 102 ( 3 ) page: 173 - 179   2020.6

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    <p>The forest environment transfer tax was been introduced in 2019 and is expected to support and facilitate municipal-level forest policies. The revenue from the tax can be used to promote utilization of timber and wood products and education in cities. Although forestry is not a main industry and forest policies are not active in urban municipalities, cities need to make relevant policies and implement the policies using the tax revenue. In this earliest stage of the new tax scheme, it is necessary to monitor the status of policy making and the plan for the policy implementation to improve the tax scheme for sustainable forest management with urban and rural municipalities. To identify the influence of the new tax scheme on municipal forest policies and ordinance-designated cities' policies which are implemented using the revenue of the forest environment transfer tax, a questionnaire survey was conducted. As results, policies of promotion of timber and wood product use were detected as major policies. Compared with the prefectural-level policy trend, more diverse trends were detected in the policies of the cities. As a preliminary analysis result of background of their diversity, it was revealed that promotion of forest accumulation plans tends to be prioritized in the cities with relatively large forest lands per capita. The detailed analysis of the relationships between characteristics of the cities and their policies will be conducted in future research.</p>

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  24. Intellectual Property Strategies for Timber and Forest Products: The Case of Regional Collective Trademark Applications by Japanese Forestry Associations Reviewed

    Shuichiro Kajima, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Sustainability   Vol. 12 ( 5 ) page: 1988 - 1988   2020.3

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  25. To realize the Practical Society of Resilient Architecture

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  26. Perceptions of local communities on mangrove forests, their services and management: implications for Eco-DRR and blue carbon management for Eastern Samar, Philippines

    Quevedo Jay Mar D., Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH   Vol. 25 ( 1 ) page: 1 - 11   2020.1

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  27. The 2019 review of IPBES and future priorities: reaching beyond assessment to enhance policy impact Invited Reviewed

    Stevance A.

    Ecosystems and People   Vol. 16 ( 1 ) page: 70 - 77   2020.1

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  28. From hoes to story-telling as “Weapons of the Weak”: farmers’ resistance to neoliberal 2007 Multi-Product Management Stabilization Plan in Japan Reviewed

    Yoshitaka Miyake, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 7 ( 1 )   2020

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  29. Forest Environment Transfer Tax and Urban-rural Collaboration::Case of Chichibu City and Toshima District in Japan Reviewed

    Kohsaka Ryo, Osawa Taro, Uchiyama Yuta

    Journal of the Japanese Forest Society   Vol. 102 ( 2 ) page: 127 - 132   2020

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    <p>The year 2019 marked the first year of introducing the national forest environment transfer tax. The forest environment transfer tax scheme is mainly for the forest management in municipalities. Yet the forest areas in certain urban areas are limited and there is a room for urban-rural collaboration. In concrete terms, urban municipalities can receive relatively large revenue from the tax, because total population of municipalities is considered as one of the indicators to compute the amount of transferred tax for the municipalities. The urban municipalities can use the tax to facilitate the use of wood products, such as construction materials, and to conduct forest management in rural municipalities by implementing urban-rural collaboration. As a case of the urban-rural collaboration, collaboration between Toshima District and Chichibu City was analyzed and their process of collaboration and status of sharing human resources in Chichibu City and Saitama Prefecture were identified. Toshima District and Chichibu City have long-term experience of collaboration as sister municipalities. Chichibu City is conducting regional collaboration with surrounding municipalities on forest managements. These are the contexts of facilitating Toshima and Chichibu's urban-rural collaboration.</p>

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  30. History, ethnicity, and policy analysis of organic farming in Japan: when “nature” was detached from organic Reviewed

    Yoshitaka Miyake, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 7 ( 1 )   2020

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  31. Sustainable Development Utilizing Local Agricultural Resources: A Network Analysis of Interorganizational Collaborations in Tsuruoka, Noto, and Aso in Japan

    Inoue Sotaro, Ito Noriko, Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    Japanese Journal of Agricultural Economics   Vol. 22 ( 0 ) page: 95 - 100   2020

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    <p>Employing social network analysis, this study quantitatively compares interorganizational collaboration networks in Tsuruoka, Noto, and Aso in Japan. These networks apply innovative strategies and techniques to the use of local agricultural resources. The major findings of this study are the following: (1) Tsuruoka's and Noto's networks are characterized by relatively centralized structures. (2) Aso's network is characterized by a relatively decentralized structure. (3) Organizations that coordinate the various sectors and regions have played an important role in maintaining decentralized networks. Through comparison of the networks, we supply objective information useful for formulating structural change strategies induce sustainable development in Japan.</p>

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  32. SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production - Potential Benefits and Impacts on Forests and Livelihoods

    Schroeder Patrick, Antonarakis Alexander S., Brauer Jana, Conteh Abu, Kohsaka Ryo, Uchiyama Yuta, Pacheco Pablo

    SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: THEIR IMPACTS ON FORESTS AND PEOPLE     page: 386 - 418   2020

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  33. 水野祥子著「エコロジーの世紀と植民地科学者―イギリス帝国・開発・環境」

    香坂 玲

    日本森林学会誌   Vol. 102 ( 4 ) page: 277 - 278   2020

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  34. Urban and rural collaboration of Toshima District and Chichibu City using forest environment transfer tax scheme

    Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   Vol. 131 ( 0 )   2020

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  35. Forest environment transfer tax and policies of 47 prefectures

    Kohsaka Ryo, Uchiyama Yuta

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   Vol. 131 ( 0 )   2020

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  36. 柴田晋吾著『環境にお金を払う仕組み―PES(生態系サービスへの支払い)が分かる本―』

    香坂 玲

    環境経済・政策研究   Vol. 13 ( 1 ) page: 86 - 88   2020

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  37. Linkage Structure of Diverse Social Organizations in Rural Promotion Activity:A Social Network Analysis of Tsuruoka City

    INOUE Sotaro, ITO Noriko, TAKAHASHI Katsuya, ICHIKAWA Yoko, KOHSAKA Ryo, UCHIYAMA Yuta

    Japanese Journal of Farm Management   Vol. 57 ( 4 ) page: 19 - 24   2020

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  38. 伝統的な産品を活用した地域の伝統・文化の考察と発信:地理的表示、地域観光、知財教育への示唆

    香坂 玲

    日本教育学会大會研究発表要項   Vol. 79 ( 0 ) page: 260 - 261   2020

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  39. SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production-Potential benefits and impacts on forests and livelihoods Reviewed

    Schröder P., Antonarakis A.S., Brauer J., Conteh A., Kohsaka R., Uchiyama Y., Pacheco P.

    Sustainable Development Goals: Their Impacts on Forests and People     page: 386 - 418   2019.12

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  40. Application of the City Biodiversity Index to populated cities in Japan: Influence of the social and ecological characteristics on indicator-based management

    Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS   Vol. 106   2019.11

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  41. Biomimetics for business? Industry perceptions and patent application

    Kohsaka Ryo, Fujihira Yoshinori, Uchiyama Yuta

    JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY MANAGEMENT   Vol. 10 ( 3 ) page: 597 - 616   2019.10

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  42. A Multi-Year Investigation of the Factors Underlying Decreasing Interactions of Children and Adults with Natural Environments in Japan

    Imai Haruka, Nakashizuka Tohru, Kohsaka Ryo

    HUMAN ECOLOGY   Vol. 47 ( 5 ) page: 717 - 731   2019.10

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  43. Impact of Geographical Indication schemes on traditional knowledge in changing agricultural landscapes: An empirical analysis from Japan

    Tashiro Ai, Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    JOURNAL OF RURAL STUDIES   Vol. 68   page: 46 - 53   2019.5

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  44. Regional management and biodiversity conservation in GIAHS: text analysis of municipal strategy and tourism management

    Kohsaka Ryo, Matsuoka Hikaru, Uchiyama Yuta, Rogel Marie

    ECOSYSTEM HEALTH AND SUSTAINABILITY   Vol. 5 ( 1 ) page: 124 - 132   2019.1

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  45. Development of Geographic Indications Applied to Forest Products::A Comparison of <i>Iwate Charcoal</i> and <i>Joboji Urushi</i> in Iwate Prefecture, Japan

    Kohsaka Ryo, Uchiyama Yuta

    Journal of the Japanese Forest Society   Vol. 101 ( 5 ) page: 242 - 245   2019

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    <p>The year 2018 marked the first registration of wood products, Iwate Charcoal followed by the <i>Joboji Urushi</i> under the framework of Geographical Indications (GIs) in Japan. The two products are from similar geographical settings from Iwate Prefecture while their motives, logic and challenges differ. Comparison under similar condition provides us with a unique opportunity to understand the Japanese GI system which has a short history compared to that of Europe. We report the latest information related to the processes and the tentative effects of the registration and characteristics of the GI of wood products which pose different characteristics from agricultural products. In concrete, we analyze the cultural conservational and economic purpose of the framework. As consequences, the two products differed in their logics for building "linkage to the production site" and basis for "tradition." It became clear that the GI system serves the two purposes of cultural conservational and economic purpose.</p>

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  46. Indonesia Provincial Spatial Plans on mangroves in era of decentralization: Application of content analysis to 27 provinces and ?blue carbon? as overlooked components

    Lukman Kevin Muhamad, Quevedo Jay Mar D., Kakinuma Kaoru, Uchiyama Yuta, Kohsaka Ryo

    JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH   Vol. 24 ( 6 ) page: 341 - 348   2019

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  47. Geographic Indications Applied to Forest Products:Japanese <i>Iwate Charcoal</i>.

    Kohsaka Ryo, Kajima Shuichiro

    Journal of the Japanese Forest Society   Vol. 101 ( 3 ) page: 128 - 133   2019

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    <p>We review the current status of the wood products under the framework of Geographical Indications (GIs) in Japan and also in international contexts. In concrete terms, <i>Iwate Charcoal</i> was the first wood related products registered under the current Japanese system. We analyzed the motives, application process, difficulties including the description of charcoal quality at the application phase and agreement of quality control.</p>

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  48. Forest Environmental Taxes at Multi-Layer National and Prefectural Levels::Comparisons of 37 Prefectures Survey Results in Japan

    Kohsaka Ryo, Uchiyama Yuta

    Journal of the Japanese Forest Society   Vol. 101 ( 5 ) page: 246 - 252   2019

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    <p>The year 2019 marked the first year of introducing the national forest environment transfer tax. The forest environment transfer tax scheme is mainly for the forest management in municipalities but it affects forest policy at the prefectural level, because (1) 37 prefectures having a prefectural forest environment tax need to explain the differences between the national level tax and their prefectural level taxes, and (2) the national level tax is allocated to prefectures to support municipalities. We analyzed the 37 prefectures to identify the influence of introducing the national tax, conducting a questionnaire survey and interview with the staff members of the prefectures. The results show that the policies to support municipalities to implement survey of forest owners' awareness and expectations will be conducted relatively intensively. Regarding the prefectural ordinances, one prefecture has changed its ordinance to avoid duplication of policies implemented by the revenue of the national tax and its prefectural tax.</p>

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  49. 知財教育における産品認証制度の活用:題材としての伝統野菜・地理的表示保護制度の産品による地域観光戦略

    香坂 玲

    日本教育学会大會研究発表要項   Vol. 78 ( 0 ) page: 160 - 161   2019

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  50. Are municipalities ready for integrating blue carbon?: Content analysis of local coastal management plans in the Philippines (in press) Invited Reviewed

    Jay Mar, D. Quevedo, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Coastal Management     2021.3

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  51. Local perceptions of blue carbon ecosystem infrastructures in Panay Island, Philippines (in press) Reviewed

    Jay Mar, D. Quevedo, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Coastal Engineering Journal     2021.2

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    Nature-based solutions (NbS) address socio-environmental challenges by sustainably managing natural resources that offer and support the delivery of various ecosystem services. NbS can integrate locally-relevant options for maintaining ecosystems, thus, encourages the participation of local stakeholders. For instance, mangroves also referred to as “blue carbon ecosystem infrastructures” (BCEIs), are being reforested by local stakeholders in coastal zones because of their valuable role in coastal protection and, increasingly, for their contribution to global carbon sequestration.Effectiveness of built infrastructures decreases over time and cannot adapt to changing coastal conditions, thus, there is a shift from engineered solutions towards more nature-based solutions (NbS). In coastal regions, mangroves as so-called “blue carbon ecosystem infrastructures” (BCEIs) are valued for their protection services and increasingly, for their role in climate change mitigation. In this study, two effective mangrove eco-parks in Panay Island, Philippines were examined using perception surveys to (1) offer empirical evidence of the impacts of well-implemented BCEIs, (2) obtain conceptual implications of NbS, and (3) provide practical prospects for BCEI applications in the country. Results show that 51-65% of the respondents who utilize the mangrove eco-parks have higher awareness with a weighted mean ranging from 3.49 to 4.78 compared to people who did not use it (2.84-4.17), suggesting eco-parks can promote mangrove awareness. Locals’ utilization patterns of provisioning and cultural services of the eco-parks indicate that mangroves can be a valuable income source. Engaging the residents in the management of the eco-parks boosts their participation in activities like mangrove planting (50-73% of the respondents) and willingness to lead (72-76% of the respondents) in the management. The mutualistic relationship between locals and mangroves observed in this study implies the positive effect of BCEI in the country particularly on people’s well-being, coastal protection, and climate change mitigation if implemented and maintained successfully.

  52. Evaluating plant genetic diversity maintained by local farmers and residents: A comprehensive assessment of continuous vegetable cultivation and seed-saving activities on a regional scale in Japan Reviewed

    Mitsuyuki Tomiyoshi, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    The International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food   Vol. 26 ( 2 ) page: 111 - 142   2020.12

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    The practice of saving seeds from local varieties of crops and vegetables is integral for preserving agricultural biodiversity. After reviewing the current (1) seed saving activities practiced worldwide, (2) agricultural industry and farmer behaviour in Japan, and (3) seed system used in Japan, we conducted a survey to determine methods for the cultivation of homegrown seeds on a regional scale. Questionnaires were mailed to 7,068 families (including full-time and part-time farmers and home gardeners) in the Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan, and 1,662 responses were obtained. We found that a majority of the respondents purchased seeds; however, some seeds were grown locally, and were mostly homegrown. Contrary to general expectations, the economic incentive (“good market price”) played an insignificant role in crop cultivation continuity.
    Cluster analysis resulted in four groups of crops, according to the rate of on-farm seed saving and changes in cultivation over a 30-year period. Certain crops, such as soybean and azuki bean, were frequently grown using on-farm produced seeds. Different conservation strategies were required for crops in each cluster due to their unique characteristics. Our data form the basis for promoting diversity and local crop cultivation by farmers in industrialized countries.

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  53. Sustainable Development Utilizing Local Agricultural Resources: A Network Analysis of Interorganizational Collaborations in Tsuruoka, Noto, and Aso in Japan Reviewed

    Sotaro Inoue, Noriko Ito, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Japanese Journal of Agricultural Economics   Vol. 22   page: 95 - 100   2020.3

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  54. Linkage Structure of Diverse Social Organizations in Rural Promotion Activity -A Social Network Analysis of Tsuruoka City Reviewed

    Sotaro INOUE, Noriko ITO, Katsuya TAKAHASHI, Yoko ICHIKAWA, Ryo KOHSAKA, Yuta UCHIYAMA

    Japanese Journal of Farm Management   Vol. 57 ( 4 ) page: 19 - 24   2020.1

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  55. SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production – Potential Benefits and Impacts on Forests and Livelihoods Reviewed

    Patrick Schröder, Alexander S. Antonarakis, Jana Brauer, Abu Conteh, Ryo Kohsaka, Yuta Uchiyama, Pablo Pacheco

    Sustainable Development Goals: Their Impacts on Forests and People     page: 386   2019.12

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  56. Geographical Indications and Regional Trade Agreements: Facilitating International Partnerships for Sustainable Development Reviewed

    Ryo Kohsaka, Yuta Uchiyama

    Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals     page: 1   2019.5

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  57. Traditional and Local Knowledge for Sustainable Development: Empowering the Indigenous and Local Communities of the World Reviewed

    Ryo Kohsaka, Marie Rogel

    Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals     page: 1   2019.5

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  58. Loss of traditional knowledge and innovation in the context of shrinking communities and depopulation Invited Reviewed

    Ryo KOHSAKA, Yuta UCHIYAMA, Ai TASHIRO

    Jpn J Health & Human Ecology   Vol. 84 ( 6 ) page: 214 - 223   2018.12

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  59. An Analysis of 15 Years of Trends in Children’s Connection with Nature and Its Relationship with Residential Environment. Reviewed

    Imai, H, Nakashizuka T, Kohsaka R

    Ecosystem Health and Sustainability   Vol. 4 ( 8 ) page: 177 - 187   2018.8

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  60. Internal Geographical Indication (GI) processes and their effects: An evaluation framework for GI applicants in Japan Reviewed

    Tashiro,A, Uchiyama,Y, Kohsaka,R

      Vol. 5 ( 3 ) page: 202 - 210   2018.8

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  61. Addressing Maladaptive Coping Strategies of Local Communities to Changes in Ecosystem Service Provisions Using the DPSIR Framework Reviewed

    Makoto Ehara, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Ren'ya Sato, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Kunio Araya, Heng Sokh, Ryo Kohsaka

    Ecological Economics   Vol. 149   page: 226 - 238   2018.7

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    The Driver-Pressure-State-Impact-Response (DPSIR) framework has been applied to various environmental problems at multiple spatial and temporal scales and attempts have been made to conceptually improve the framework to encompass various stakeholder perspectives. However, recent literature experiences in the field have challenged the inclusive character of the framework applications. In particular, the framework's inability to incorporate the aggregated informal responses of people affected by changes in ecosystem service provisions has not been fully addressed. This limits the framework's validity in categorizing and disseminating information for addressing particular environmental challenges. Herein, we address this problem by analyzing a case study of deforestation and its impact on non-timber forest product collections by rural residents in Cambodia. We incorporate the concept of maladaptive coping strategies into the DPSIR framework and then further elaborate Ness et al.'s (2010) approach of merging the DPSIR framework with Hägerstrand's (2001) system of nested spatial domains. This conceptualizes the incorporation of the aggregated informal responses into the system, as exemplified in the case study.

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  62. Sustainable Tourism Managements with Regional Designations and Geographical Indications: Experience from Rural Areas in Japan Reviewed

    R Kohsaka, Y Uchiyama, A Tashiro, MS Park

    The 86th TOSOK Daejeon International Tourism Conference Paper   Vol. 83   page: 542 - 545   2018.6

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  63. Marine Circular Economy towards Post-Disaster Reconstruction for Sustainability: Experiences in a Small Coastal Town of Northeast Japan Reviewed

    Tashiro,A, Uchiyama,Y, Kohsaka,R

    European Journal of Sustainable Development   Vol. 7 ( 3 ) page: 81 - 89   2018.5

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  64. Public perception and expectations of biomimetics technology: Empirical survey of museum visitors in Japan Reviewed

    Kohsaka,R, Fujihira,Y, Uchiyama,Y, Kajima,S, Nomura,S, Ebinger,F

    The Museum Journal   Vol. 60 ( 4 ) page: 427 - 444   2018.1

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  65. Fostering biocultural diversity in landscapes through place-based food networks: a "solution scan" of European and Japanese models.

    Plieninger T, Kohsaka R, Bieling C, Hashimoto S, Kamiyama C, Kizos T, Penker M, Kieninger P, Shaw BJ, Sioen GB, Yoshida Y, Saito O

    Sustainability science   Vol. 13 ( 1 ) page: 219-233   2018

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  66. Apiculture knowledge transmission in a changing world: Can family-owned knowledge be opened? Reviewed

    Yuta Uchiyama, Hikaru Matsuoka, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 4 ( 4 ) page: 262 - 267   2017.12

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    Background: Ecosystem services of pollinators have been gaining importance, as mentioned in the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services thematic report on pollination in 2016. Apart from wild bees, human interventions including apiculture can contribute to management of ecosystem services. Ecological and local knowledge of management is transmitted through various processes, varying in content and quality. Methods: We analyzed the processes of knowledge transmission, beekeeping productivity, and their interactions with each other. The study was conducted in the Nagano Prefecture, Japan, where the largest quantity of bee honey is produced nationally. Beekeeping knowledge in Nagano is transmitted through different information channels, including families, friends, and books. We categorized the beekeepers based on their information channels. The relationship between productivity of beekeeping and information channels was also analyzed. Results: It was identified that beekeepers who obtained their knowledge from their parents had relatively large number of bee colonies. Furthermore, we observed by interviews with them that they tended to understand the importance of ecological conditions for sustainable beekeeping. Conclusion: The results implied a challenge to open the knowledge transmission channels beyond families, potentially transforming the knowledge from tacit knowledge among limited members to an explicit manualized knowledge in an aging society.

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  67. Tradition and Japanese vegetables: history, locality, geography, and discursive ambiguity Reviewed

    Yuta Uchiyama, Yoshinori Fujihira, Hikaru Matsuoka, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 4 ( 3 ) page: 198 - 203   2017.9

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    Background Traditional vegetables are produced and consumed throughout Japan. Individual vegetables, including Kyo vegetables and Kaga vegetables, are individually defined with their own criteria for history and quality standards and are registered in their respective regions. Several traditional vegetables are utilized as symbols of regional revitalization. For example, Kaga vegetables are tourist attractions, and Noto vegetables are promoted in the Noto region and were registered under the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS). Methods We will review the distribution, public standards, and definitions of dento-yasai, traditional Japanese vegetables. Quantitative analysis on the status of the branding of traditional vegetables will be conducted. Results First, the ambiguity and distribution of traditional vegetables are demonstrated. Next, as a case study, the results of a quantitative analysis of Kaga vegetables and Noto vegetables are provided. Kaga vegetables have their own quality standards and definition, and producers have acknowledged the positive impact of the regional certification, GIAHS, on the amount sold. However, a social conflict has been caused by their standards and definition. On the other hand, Noto vegetables do not have a strict quality standard, and they were registered relatively recently. Because of their comparatively lax standard, producers could not acknowledge the positive impacts of GIAHS certification. Conclusion Origins of traditional Japanese vegetables and relationships with their regions have innumerable ambiguous points. The results of the analysis of two types of traditional vegetables show that quality standards and definitions strongly influence branding and brand management.

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  68. Beekeeping and honey production in Japan and South Korea: past and present Reviewed

    Ryo Kohsaka, Mi Sun Park, Yuta Uchiyama

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 4 ( 2 ) page: 72 - 79   2017.6

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    Background Bee honey is a main ingredient in traditional food culture in different regions of the world. Honey is widely utilized as an ethnic food item. Methods This paper analyzes the historical and present status of beekeeping and honey production in Japan and South Korea based on the relevant literature and statistical data. Results The findings reveal that Western honeybees are dominant in the two countries for economic and physical reasons. Honey production has declined and the amount of imported honey has increased in Japan and South Korea. The domestic and global honey markets closely influence reciprocally. Furthermore, urban beekeeping has emerged in these two countries as a hobby and an industry
    it contributes to producing domestic honey and enhances the quality of the environment. Conclusion To ensure sustainable forestry and conserve biodiversity, native beekeeping is necessary. This paper provides insight into beekeeping and honey production in Japan and South Korea.

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  69. The myth of washoku: a twisted discourse on the “uniqueness” of national food heritages Reviewed

    Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 4 ( 2 ) page: 66 - 71   2017.6

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    In 2013, Japan and Korea celebrated their first food culture registrations with the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. This paper first reviews the overall situation regarding washoku. Then, the washoku concept is analyzed and we argue that the idea is ambiguous. The washoku concept is contested and not necessarily clearly defined, but certain characteristics exist. The “uniqueness” is emphasized in the UNESCO registration while the reasoning or storyline for applications, such as relationships to nature, traditional preparations, community cohesion are “common” with other applications. The context of registration is frequently misinterpreted, and washoku has certain elements that are responsive to changes, despite its authentic and unchanged popular image. The ambiguity has both positive and negative aspects. It functions as a framework to enable groups with different interests or interpretations to participate in the process.

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  70. Public recognition of traditional vegetables at the municipal level: Implications for transgenerational knowledge transmission Reviewed

    Yuta Uchiyama, Hikaru Matsuoka, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 4 ( 2 ) page: 94 - 102   2017.6

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    Background In this paper, recognition of traditional agricultural products by the general public is presented and analyzed to explore the transgenerational aspects of traditional vegetables and their knowledge transfer. It is necessary to understand how the products are recognized by different generations and gender, in terms of retaining and branding the local products. Methods A questionnaire survey with random sampling was conducted to identify the recognition of traditional vegetables including the Kaga and Noto vegetables in Komatsu City, Ishikawa Prefecture. By understanding the degree of recognition, elaborating strategic plans for retention of traditional agricultural products and effective promotion of the products can be implemented. Results The results from 149 respondents indicate that there are differences of recognition depending on their gender or age. In particular, young people obtain information on traditional vegetables mainly from TV, whereas older people gain information from newspapers. Furthermore, more than half of the Kaga vegetables are better recognized among the older generation. Conclusion The analysis of this paper serves as the basis to capture the cultural importance, or to develop branding strategy as the results clarify the degree of recognition of residents and tourists from various generations. As the population has been aging, transmitting knowledge about the products to young people who have less knowledge is the urgent issue.

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  71. Expectations of residents and tourists of agriculture-related certification systems: analysis of public perceptions Reviewed

    Yuta Uchiyama, Yushi Tanaka, Hikaru Matsuoka, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 4 ( 2 ) page: 110 - 117   2017.6

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    Background To reveal the level of recognition of regional and product certifications related to agriculture, an analysis of the official minutes of assemblies and the perceptions of tourists was conducted. This is one of the first attempts to combine analysis of residents and tourists at the product level (Geographical Indications, trademarks) and landscape level (registration under Food and Agricultural Organization [FAO] or United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization [UNESCO]-related certification systems). Methods The research sites were Itoigawa and Sado, two municipalities in Niigata prefecture. The former is certified as a Global Geopark, and the latter as a National Geopark and Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System (GIAHS). The text-mining approach was conducted to analyze the official minutes of the municipal assemblies, and the questionnaire survey was conducted to identify the recognition of tourists on the certifications. Results The results of the analysis of assemblies and tourists provide issues and possibilities of the certification systems. Tourists' recognition of the GIAHS and its weighting in the assemblies are relatively low. Residents and tourists have different expectations for regional certification. Residents expect education, while tourists expect tourism. Conclusion It is necessary to evaluate the GIAHS's contribution to tourism and industry when municipalities and international organizations manage the GIAHS sites. Considering the gaps between residents and tourists and taking measures to resolve them can contribute to managing certificated areas by collaboration of stakeholders. Regarding products aimed at branding, consumers need to be informed about the GIAHS as a regional certification in addition to product certification to share the historical and environmental characteristics of agricultural products.

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  72. Do historical production practices and culinary heritages really matter? Food with protected geographical indications in Japan and Austria Reviewed

    Katharina Gugerell, Yuta Uchiyama, Pia R. Kieninger, Marianne Penker, Shuichiro Kajima, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 4 ( 2 ) page: 118 - 125   2017.6

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    Background Geographical indications (GIs) are collective intellectual property rights that protect food and other products uniquely linked to the production area, local geophysical conditions, and traditions, namely, with the terroir. Thus, GIs can contribute to the transmission and retention of culinary heritages and historical production practices. Methods Based on an analysis of application documents, we compare the historical linkages of all the Japanese and Austrian GI products. Although more than half of the Japanese applications refer to historical roots in the 20th century, the median of the Austrian GI linkages is in the 17th century. To closely examine these GI linkages, and to better understand their relevance to current cultivation practices, we compared three Japanese cases with roots of diverging depth to the first Austrian GI regarding motivations, geographical and historical linkages, and current cultivation practices and governance. Results The comparison found that all four products refer to the historical roots of the product name, the product varieties, or cultivation techniques. However, deeper roots did not automatically translate into higher priorities of protecting these historical linkages. The four in-depth case studies found that historic provenance and traditional production methods, although prominently highlighted in the official GI documents of all four GIs, were eclipsed by commercial motivations for GI protection and/or current production practices. In the cases analyzed, we found some potential mismatches between GI historical claims in registration documents and actual GI cultivation and GI management practices. Conclusions We conclude that our four GI cases do not represent “museums of production” or overly fixed perceptions of history. However, the collective action of the producer group has resulted in dynamic local cultivation practices without restricting innovation. The GI status has rather resulted in the protection of local farmers' collective action and old varieties than in the protection of old production methods.

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  73. Japanese s ake and evolution of technology: A comparative view with wine and its implications for regional branding and tourism Reviewed

    Jun Sato, Ryo Kohsaka

    Journal of Ethnic Foods   Vol. 4 ( 2 ) page: 88 - 93   2017.6

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  74. Shifting paradigms in ecosystem based approach : An case of forest fire history in United States and the science policy interface of them Reviewed

    Kohsaka Ryo, Huntsinger Lynn, Mori Akira, Uchiyama Yuta

    Kurume University business research review   Vol. 2   page: 75 - 89   2017.3

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  75. Status and trends of payment for ecosystem services in Japan : Application to forest, and agricultural lands Reviewed

    Uchiyama Y, Kimoto S, Kohsaka, R

      Vol. 2   page: 51 - 60   2017.3

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  76. orest management motivations at local municipality level : Statistical difference between residential and non-residential owners Reviewed

    Kajima S, Orta Y, Uchiyama Y, Kohsaka R

      Vol. 2   page: 61 - 74   2017.3

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  77. 温浴施設での薪ボイラー導入における運用実態―木質バイオマスの小規模熱利用が地域に与える影響とは Reviewed

    風聡一郎, 梶間周一郎, 内山愉太, 香坂玲

    日本森林学会誌   Vol. 99 ( 1 ) page: 18 - 23   2017.2

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  78. Fostering cooperation between farmers and public and private actors to expand environmentally friendly rice cultivation: intermediary functions and farmers’ perspectives Reviewed

    Kishioka, T., Hashimoto, S., Nishi, M., Saito, O., Kohsaka, R.

    International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability   Vol. 15 ( 5 ) page: 593 - 612   2017

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  79. 能登半島の事例にみる農具の再利用とストック~静的な「遺物」から動的な「生きた遺産」へ~ Reviewed

    川邊咲子, 香坂玲, 松岡光, 内山愉太

    エコミュージアム研究   ( 21 ) page: 40 - 48   2017

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  80. 山村地域における薪ボイラー導入の効果と課題ー三市町村の事例分析よりー Reviewed

    風総一郎, 梶間周一郎, 内山愉太, 香坂玲

    林業経済研究   Vol. 63 ( 3 ) page: 74 - 81   2017

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  81. International forest policy and science policy Interface: ABS of local and traditional knowledge in CBD and IPBES Reviewed

    Kohsaka Ryo, Nagasaka Kenji, Kajima Shuichiro, Uchiyama Yuta

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   Vol. 128 ( 0 ) page: 2 - 2   2017

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  82. The governance of geographical indications Experiences of practical implementation of selected case studies in Austria, Italy, Greece and Japan Reviewed

    Thanasis Kizos, Ryo Koshaka, Marianne Penker, Cinzia Piatti, Christian Reinhard Vogl, Yuta Uchiyama

    BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL   Vol. 119 ( 12 ) page: 2863 - 2879   2017

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    Purpose - Place-based foodstuffs have gained salience in markets worldwide and geographical indication (GI) products are prominent examples. The purpose of this paper is to focus on the governance (formal and informal institutions) of the European and Japanese GI schemes, discuss the variety of procedures of implementing the features of the governance system (inclusion and exclusion of actors) for six GI cases and reflect on future GI governance.
    Design/methodology/approach - The criteria for assessing the six cases were descriptive and analytical and the information and data come from official documents, literature (scientific and "grey"), interviews, observations and personal communications with key-informants of the GI systems. Three of the cases are categorized as "failures" and are included to provide more insights on the diverse dynamics of GI systems.
    Findings - Registration of GIs seems to be a process rather than a single step, requesting coordination and consensus and an interplay between internal and external actors. "Success" and "failure" are relative and related to self-governance processes and the openness of the social system of the GI to establish transparency on inclusion and exclusion. GI systems require constant management and re-definition of production quality or geographical boundaries to adapt to market, climate or technological change.
    Originality/value - The paper introduces GI systems categorized as "failures" (either products that did not register as GIs in the end or did register but failed to keep the registration) which provides more insights on how to design and manage complex GI systems.

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  83. Spatio-temporal Analysis of Biodiversity, Land-use Mix and Human Population in a Socio-ecological Production Landscape: A Case Study in the Hokuriku Region, Japan Invited Reviewed

    Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    Procedia Engineering   Vol. 198 ( 198 ) page: 219 - 226   2017

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    In the development of City Biodiversity Index (CBI) database, it was necessary to overcome technical challenges, including the collection of information for biological indicators. To overcome the lack of data, methods to utilize land-use data have been developed. For example, distribution and abundance of species correlate with the degree of land-use mix. The research site, the Hokuriku region of Japan, has a developed Satoyama, a socio-ecological production landscape based on mixed land use. A part of the region, Noto, has been designated as a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) site in 2011 by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). We found it is necessary to consider the biological type in order to refer to land-use mix as an indicator of biodiversity because the diversity of some species had a negative correlation with degree of land-use mix. We also determined that some species were correlated with land use changes over time. By applying the methods developed in this study to other Monsoon Asian regions with rapid population increases, it might be possible to develop a database as a platform for sharing the findings and knowledge to implement the conservation of biodiversity under changing conditions of land use and human population size.

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  84. Motivation, Strategy and Challenges of Conserving Urban Biodiversity in Local Contexts: Cases of 12 Municipalities in Ishikawa, Japan Reviewed

    Ryo Kohsaka, Yuta Uchiyama

    Procedia Engineering   Vol. 198 ( 198 ) page: 212 - 218   2017

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    Capturing the status, trends, and relationships in biodiversity and urbanization is a multi-dimensional challenge for scientists and policy-makers alike. An indicator, the City Biodiversity Index (CBI), was developed as a self-assessment tool to measure trends in urban contexts in three spheres: biodiversity, ecosystems, and governance. Its primary focus is "green," but it further encompasses social and economic aspects to measure the sustainability of a city. The indicators can be used to visualize trends and translate scientific assessments into policy. Since 2008, 25 cities voluntarily applied the CBI. In Asia, Japan applied certain components of the CBI to 665 municipalities in 2016 in one of the first large-scale applications at national level. Regarding data visualization methods, the city of Helsinki, for example, has a website to visualize environmental information on biodiversity. The aim of this paper is to identify the practical and scientific challenges in conservation of biodiversity in medium to small cities based on a questionnaire survey. The research site is Ishikawa prefecture, which comprises municipalities in the target sizes. The survey shows that certain terms were difficult to understand conceptually, particularly "ecosystem services." The lack of monitoring and available datasets posed a number of difficulties for applying the index to the majority of cities. A method to evaluate biodiversity and ecosystem services has not yet been established. These technical difficulties are complicated with administrative and financial issues as well as human resources, issues shared by the municipalities. Based on our survey results, recommended activities are discussed.

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  1. 有機農業で変わる食と暮らし : ヨーロッパの現場から

    香坂 玲, 石井 圭一

    岩波書店  2021  ( ISBN:9784002710440

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  2. 縮小する日本社会 : 危機後の新しい豊かさを求めて

    香坂 玲, 佐藤 洋一郎

    勉誠出版  2019  ( ISBN:9784585243021

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  3. Forests by private entities CSR CSV

    Ryo Kohsaka, Shuichiro Kajima( Role: Joint author ,  pp.572-73)

    Maruzen Pub./ Society of Forestry Science (ed.)  2021.1 

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  4. Chapter 5 Biodiversity and Biomimetics

    Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka( Role: Joint author ,  Biomimetics & Ecomimetics: Towards Innovative Transformative Change for Circular Economy and Sustainable Society Section I Chapter 5)

    CMC Publishing Co. Ltd.  2021.1 

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  5. Shrinking Japanese Society - Birth of New Rich

    KOHSAKA Ryo( Role: Edit ,  Editor)

    Benseisyuppan  2019.10 

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  6. Chapter 6 Knowledge transfer of regional resources and products in era of shrinkage

    KOHSAKA Ryo( Role: Contributor ,  Editing Author of Chapter 6 (p212-241))

    Benseisya  2019.10 

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  7. Trends and Characteristics of Biomimetic Technology : Towards Social Implementation

    Fujihira, Y, Uchiyama, Y, Kohsaka, R( Role: Contributor ,  pp.340-374)

    PAN STANFORD PUBLISHING  2019.2  ( ISBN:9789814774628

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  8. 地球規模生物多様性概況 = Global biodiversity outlook

    香坂, 玲, 生物多様性条約事務局( Role: Contributor)

    環境省(製作) 

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  1. 論壇 森林環境譲与税の活用実態を追う ー都道府県による市町村支援

    香坂 玲

    森林技術   ( 954 ) page: 2 - 6   2021.10

  2. Forest Environmental Transfer Tax in Municipalities - Cases of five municipalities to balance production and environmental conservation

    Yuta Uchiyama; Ryo Kohsaka

    Sanrin (Forests)   ( 1647 ) page: 62 - 70   2021.8

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  3. [論考]生物多様性の地域戦略を島々の振興に

    香坂 玲

    季刊しま   ( 266 ) page: 62 - 69   2021.6

  4. 「科学と政治の距離」の行方 ―新型コロナウイルスワンヘルス・アプローチ

    香坂 玲

    石川自治と教育   Vol. 2021年春号3・4月 ( 725 ) page: 13 - 22   2021.3

  5. 生物多様性条約、COP10からの10年とこれからの地方自治体

    香坂玲

    環境と正義   Vol. 3/4 ( 217 ) page: 24 - 25   2021.2

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  6. Local Biodiversity Strategies as Implementation Tools for SDGs - From Understanding to Actions Invited

    Ryo Kohsaka

    Monthly Magazine for Chairpersons of Town and Village Assemblies Introduction for SDGs   Vol. 51 ( 2 ) page: 12 - 17   2021.2

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  7. 生態系サービスと「自然がもたらすもの」(NCP)をめぐる人と自然の関係性: グローバルな科学政策インターフェースのとしてのIPBESを事例に

    香坂玲 , 内山愉太 , 江原誠

    社会と倫理   Vol. 35   page: 21 - 37   2020.12

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  8. 生物多様性地域戦略と自治体 ~ 次期国家戦略とローカルな実践

    香坂 玲

    月刊自治研 特集「生物多様性を守る」   Vol. 62 ( 735 ) page: 25 - 33   2020.12

  9. 不確実な時代における科学と政治・政策の対話:生物多様性・生態系サービスから考える

    香坂 玲

    環境管理 特集 生物多様性問題の現状と課題   Vol. 56 ( 9 ) page: 40 - 44   2020.9

  10. 書評 水野祥子著 「エコロジーの世紀と植民地科学者:イギリス帝国・開発・環境」

    香坂 玲

    日本森林学会誌   Vol. 102 ( 4 ) page: 277 - 278   2020.8

  11. レジリエンス ─都市の復元力

    香坂 玲

    City & Life   Vol. 129   page: 5 - 7   2020.8

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  12. 森林環境譲与税を介した都市-農山村連携

    香坂 玲 , 大澤 太郎 , 内山 愉太

    日本森林学会誌   Vol. 102 ( 2 ) page: 127 - 132   2020.4

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  13. 書評 柴田 晋吾著「環境にお金を払う仕組み PES(生態系サービスへの支払い)が分かる本」

    香坂 玲

    環境経済・政策研究   Vol. 13 ( 1 ) page: 86 - 88   2020.3

  14. ポスト2020目標と生物多様性及び生態系サービスに関する政府間科学-政策プラットフォーム(IPBES)の役割

    香坂 玲

    Wildlife Forum 「野生生物と社会」学会 野生動物井戸端会議   Vol. 24 ( 2 ) page: 31 - 33   2020.3

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  1. Local perception as a scientific evidence for managing blue carbon ecosystems for climate mitigation and adaptation Invited International coauthorship International conference

    Ryo Kohsaka; Jay Mar D. Quevedo; Kevin Muhamad Lukman; Yuta Uchiyama

    UNFCCC SBSTA Thirteenth meeting of the Research Dialogue Theme 2: Resilience for and by nature: Building knowledge and understanding to weave the protection and restoration of nature into decision making on mitigation and adaptation   2021.6.2  UNFCCC

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    Venue:Germany (Online)   Country:Germany  

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  2. Forest Environment Transfer Tax, Prefectural Forest Policy, and Support for Municipalities

    Ryo Kohsaka , Yuta Uchiyama

    132th Annual Conference Japanese Forestry Conference  2021.3.23  Japanese Forestry Conference

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    Venue:Tokyo University of Agriculture and Techonolgy  

  3. Terroir, Land-use and agriculture and forestry: Message from Aichi Nagoya

    Ryo Kohsaka

    Seminar Environmental Creative Studies  2021.3.22  Center Environmental Creative Studies

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  4. Biodiversity and Society - Looking back 10 years of SDGs and co-existence with nature Invited

    Ryo Kohsaka

    Keidanren Nature Conservation Mainstreaming in Private Sector 9th Meeting  2021.2.18 

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  5. Biodiversity, Satoyama and Organic Agriculture Invited

    Ryo Kohsaka, Yuta Uchiyama, Yoshitaka Miyake

    Nagoya Environmental University Co-Education Programme  2021.2.8 

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  6. Project Explanation: Evidence-based Policy Making and Landuse Managements for Balanced Conservation, Agriculture and Forestry at Community Level

    Ryo Kohsaka

    Future Earth Research Center Nagoya University Webinar 2020; At Forests and Local Areas Future Earth  2020.12.22 

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  7. Biodiversity, Conservation of Genetic Resource and Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Transmission and International Trends and Status

    Ryo Kohsaka, Yuta Uchiyama

    Intellectual Property Association of Japan 18th Annual Conference Session International Issues 1C7  2020.11.28 

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  8. Traditional and Local Knowledge under Convention on Biological Diversity Invited

    Ryo Kohsaka, Yuta Uhicyama, Mutsuaki suzuki

    Session Genetic Resource and Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Property 18th Annual Conference Intellectual Property Association of Japan  2020.11.28 

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  9. Status and trends of green infrastructure

    Ryo Kohsaka

    Green Infrastructure and urban agriculture international workshop  2020.11.4 

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  10. Mushroom Production in Circular Agriculture and Forest Landscape at GIAHS site Invited

    Ryo Kohsaka, Miyake Yoshitaka, Yuta Uchiyama

    Dynamic Heritage System in Circular Agriculture and Forest Landscape GIAHS: Workshop on mushroom production  2020.10.23 

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  11. Green Infrastructure and Behavioral Change under COVID 19 Crisis Invited

    Y. Uchiyama, R. Kohsaka

    3rd Online Research Collaborative Seminar Disaster Mitigation Research Center/ Nagoya University GSES  2020.9.11 

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  12. The comparative analysis of the expansion of organic agriculture and the preservation of commons in Japan and Europe through convention theory

    Yoshitaka Miyake, Yuta Uchiyama, Ryo Kohsaka

    IASC-RIHN ONLINE WORKSHOP ON COMMONS, POST-DEVELOPMENT AND DEGROWTH IN ASIA  2020.7.21 

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  13. Transmission of traditional knowledge as multi-scale commons with geographical boundaries: Use of geographical indications and application of convention theory

    Ryo Kohsaka, Yuta Uchiyama, Yoshitaka Miyake, Yoshiaki Nishikawa, Kazuo Watanabe

    IASC-RIHN ONLINE WORKSHOP ON COMMONS, POST-DEVELOPMENT AND DEGROWTH IN ASIA  2020.7.21 

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  14. International Trends in Biodiversity Conservation and Implications for Environmental Education: Pedagogic practices with Traditional Vegetables Invited

    Ryo Kohsaka

    The Japanese Society for Environmental Education Kanto District Meeting Online  2020.6.28 

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  15. Synergies and Trade-offs from International Indicators: Achieving SDGs and Biodiversity Relevant Goals Invited

    Kohsaka Ryo

    Public Symposium "People, Forests and SDGs Reports from East Asia" (Cancelled due to COVID-19 epidemic)  2020.3.28 

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  16. Urban and rural collaboration of Toshima District and Chichibu City using forest environment transfer tax scheme

    Uchiyama Y., Kohsaka R.

    131st Annual JFS Meeting S4 Forest Environmental Transfer Tax and Forest Management Systems (Cancelled due to COVAC-19 virus)  2020.3.27 

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  17. Opening S4 Forest Environmental Transfer Tax and Forest Management Systems

    Ryo Kohsaka

    131st Annual JFS Meeting (Cancelled due to COVAC-19 virus)  2020.3.27 

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  18. Forest environment transfer tax and policies of 47 prefectures

    Kohsaka, R., Uchiyama, Y.

    131st Annual JFS Meeting S4 Forest Environmental Transfer Tax and Forest Management Systems (Cancelled due to COVAC-19 virus)  2020.3.27 

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  19. Facilitating rural development and sustainability with GI: From tradition, to environment with products, to place-based GIAHS registration Invited International conference

    Kohsaka, R., Miyake Y. (Nagoya Univ.), Uchiyama Y,

    From local to global, the challenge of Geographical Indications: International and Japanese perspectives  2020.2.21  Nagoya University

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    Event date: 2020.2

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    File: GI-symposium-Abstracts.pdf

  20. Global Governance Network and Challenges for Science-Policy Dialogues: Cases of IPBES and Convention on Biological Diversity Invited International conference

    Kohsaka Ryo

    Global Governance Network and International Organizations: In search of Governance Co-existing with Earth  2020.2.16 

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    Event date: 2020.2

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

  21. Future of Biodiversity from Aichi Naogoya in 2020: Status and Trends in CBD and IPBES Invited International conference

    Kohsaka Ryo

    Environmental Counselors Training Chubu Area  2020.2.12 

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    Event date: 2020.2

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

  22. Natural Capital and Biodiversity as Intellectual Property Rights: State of Art as Social Institution Setting the Scene Invited

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    Intellectual Property Association of Japan 17th Annual Meeting  2019.12.7 

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    Event date: 2019.12

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

  23. Cross-sector initiatives:Cases from Geographical Indication Invited International conference

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    Science-Policy Dialogues on the Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem services: Southeast Asia & Northeast Asia  2019.10.21 

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    Event date: 2019.10

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

  24. Application of REDD+ scheme for Blue Carbon Ecosystem Management: Potentials and Challenges International conference

    Ryo Kohsaka, Yuta Uchiyama, Kaoru Kakinuma, Jay Mar, D. Quevedo, Kevin Muhamad Lukman

    XXV IUFRO World Congress 2019  2019.10.1 

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    Event date: 2019.9 - 2019.10

    Language:English   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:Curitiba, Brazil  

  25. IPBES on the ground: Birth of Transformative Change in Europe and Japan Invited

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    Ministry of Environment Symposium Transformative Change for Society Living in Harmony with Nature: From IPBES Global Assessment to post-2020 Target  2019.12.23 

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  26. Status of Nature Capital KAN Future Earth IPBES and Convention on Biological Diversity Invited

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    Future Earth Japan Summit Biological Diversity Section  2019.12.19 

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  27. Session Background Forest Environmental\Transfer Tax

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    2019 Fall The Japanese Forest Economic Society  2019.11.24 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

  28. Forest Environmental Tax and Support for Municipalities: Case of Urban Rural Collaboration

    KOHSAKA Ryo, UCHIYAMA Yuta

    2019 Fall The Japanese Forest Economic Society  2019.11.24 

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  29. Where is Japanese forest policy going? Forest environment transfer tax scheme and management changes Invited International conference

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    Public Lecture European Forest Institute/ZEF  2019.11.13 

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  30. Sharing traditional knowledge of ethnic foods with Geographical Indications; Cases of vegetables and bee keeping Invited International conference

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    2019 JEF International Symposium -Sustainability of Ethnic Foods and Beyond  2019.10.29 

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  31. Spirtual Values of deadwood in different times and cultures (Europe and Asia) Invited International conference

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    Learning Lab. Spurring INnovations for forest eCosystem sERvices in Europe (SINCERE)  2019.10.14 

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  32. International Processes related to Biodiversity: Discussions at IPBES and CBD Invited

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    SPEED  2019.10.12 

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  33. The Link among Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge, and Intellectual Property Education: Activities with Traditional Vegetables and Native Varieties toward COP15 Kunming Invited International conference

    KOHSAKA Ryo

    XTBG Seminar Chinese Academy of Sciences Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden  2019.9.22 

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  34. Mangrove Forests & Coastal Residents:Understanding the Management and Local Threats in the Municipalities of Eastern Samar and Aklan, Philippines International conference

    QUEVEDO M Jay, UCHIYAMA Yuta, KOHSAKA Ryo

    Transforming Approaches to Forests & Forestry through Traditional and Local Knowledges  2019.8.22 

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  35. Transmission of traditional knowledge for production of non-timber forest products: explicit knowledge and Geographical Indication International conference

    KOHSAKA Ryo, UCHIYAMA Yuta

    Transforming Approaches to Forests & Forestry through Traditional and Local Knowledges  2019.8.22 

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Research Project for Joint Research, Competitive Funding, etc. 7

  1. 市民科学の応用による里地の生物多様性保全手法の開発:参加型手法による音、画像、環境DNAの活用

    2020.10 - 2021.9

  2. 農林業生産と環境保全を両立する政策の推進に向けた合意形成手法の開発と実践

    2020.10 - 2020.3

  3. アニマルウェルフェア産品普及のための流通戦略の現状分析と制度設計への示唆

    2020.8 - 2021.3

  4. 令和2年度国東半島宇佐地域世界農業遺産調査研究業務

    2020.6 - 2021.3

  5. ポスト愛知目標・SDGsにおける各指標の相乗効果・トレードオフの研究 -科学・政策対話と民間参画推進に向けて-

    2020.6 - 2021.3

  6. 有機農産物及び食品の生産振興の諸条件の解明: EUの分析と我が国への示唆

    2020.4 - 2021.3

  7. コーラル・トライアングルにおけるブルーカーボン生態系とその多面的サービスの包括的評価と保全戦略

    2020

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 9

  1. 人新世の食の変容と食文化の形成:質と連続性の言説を巡る多世代ソーシャルラーニング

    Grant number:21K18456  2021.7 - 2024.3

    挑戦的研究(萌芽)

    香坂 玲

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    Grant amount:\6240000 ( Direct Cost: \4800000 、 Indirect Cost:\1440000 )

  2. Evidence-based Policy Making and Landuse Managements for Balanced Conservation, Agriculture and Forestry at Community Level International coauthorship

    Grant number:JPMJRX20B3  2020.10 - 2024.3

    Japan Science and Technology Agency  Research Institute of Science and Technology for Society (RISTEX) Science of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy  Science of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy

    Ryo Kohsaka

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  3. Are hertigate designations by the UN effective for biodiversity conservation at local level? Challenges for multi-scale colloboration and analysis of strategy by municipalities(Fostering Joint International Research)

    Grant number:16KK0053  2017 - 2022.3

    Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research (Fostering Joint International Research)

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    Grant amount:\15080000 ( Direct Cost: \11600000 、 Indirect Cost:\3480000 )

  4. Regional management of Satoyama and Satoumi: Urban-rural collaboration and sense of commitment

    Grant number:20K12398  2020.4 - 2023.3

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    Grant amount:\3770000 ( Direct Cost: \2900000 、 Indirect Cost:\870000 )

  5. Are hertigate designations by the UN effective for biodiversity conservation at local level? Challenges for multi-scale colloboration and analysis of strategy by municipalities

    Grant number:17K02105  2017.4 - 2022.3

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    Grant amount:\4420000 ( Direct Cost: \3400000 、 Indirect Cost:\1020000 )

  6. Sustainability of seed procurement for small sclae farmers in Asia

    Grant number:17H04627  2017.4 - 2021.3

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    Grant amount:\15730000 ( Direct Cost: \12100000 、 Indirect Cost:\3630000 )

  7. Plant genetic resources and related traditional knowledge in semi-autonomous ethnic minority areas with political and geographic isolation

    Grant number:17H01682  2017.4 - 2021.3

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    Grant amount:\41860000 ( Direct Cost: \32200000 、 Indirect Cost:\9660000 )

  8. Quantitative comparative analysis of municipal strategies using heritage designations by the UN for biodiversity conservation

    Grant number:26360062  2014.4 - 2022.3

    Kohsaka Ryo

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    Grant amount:\4550000 ( Direct Cost: \3500000 、 Indirect Cost:\1050000 )

    The benefit and challenges of regional designations for municipalities are examined. These include UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB), and the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) managed by FAO. We examined the awareness and strategies of the local stakeholders. The main research sites are the Noto GIAHS site, Hakusan as a MAB, and the Itoigawa Geopark. From the results, we identified gaps between the local expectations (increase in local-product price or number of tourists) and the institutional goals of the regional designations, using quantitative data. As a scheme to harmonize the local needs and the goals of the designations, synergistic utilization of the regional designations with products-level certifications such as Geographical Indications is explored and suggested as municipal tourism strategies. Based on the outcomes, we published peer-reviewed papers in the academic journals with international collaborations from Europe and Asia.

  9. Sustainability of Informal Seed Provision -Case of Ethiopian Local System-

    Grant number:26304033  2014.4 - 2018.3

    Nishikawa Yoshiaki

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    Grant amount:\13520000 ( Direct Cost: \10400000 、 Indirect Cost:\3120000 )

    Exsistence of local and informal seed provision has been observed in spite of rapid specialization of seed provision through modernization of agriculture. Conditions and environment, contribution of different actors, and parception of farmers to sustain such provision mechanism have been documented and analysed using mainly cases of Tef cultivation in Ethiopia.
    International Treaties, contribution of civil society sector, recognition by government although not so positive are main external factors. Rcognition by farmers of importance of different varieties and demands for new varieties are internal factors shared by farmers themselves.
    Sharing such infomrtion by external actors/players is recommended for further sustainability of local/informal system during intervention for improvement of agriculture.

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Teaching Experience (On-campus) 3

  1. Frontier in Environmental Problem

    2021

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    Introduction to biodiversity and ecosystem services

  2. Water Environmental Studies

    2020

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    Payment for Ecosystem Service including agriculture, forests, water

  3. Excitement of Academic Exploration   Nagoya University Institute for Advanced Research

    2020

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    Biodiversity and rural studies for freshmen
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Teaching Experience (Off-campus) 3

  1. Resource Management

    2021.4 - 2022.3 Kyoto Prefectural University)

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  2. Conservation Ecology

    2020.4 - 2020.9 The University of Tokyo)

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    Level:Postgraduate 

  3. Challenges in Europe (Environment)

    2015.4 - 2019.3 Doshisha University)

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Social Contribution 8

  1. JST・RISTEXプロジェクトセミナー:土地利用管理に向けた参加型手法とファシリテーション

    Role(s):Presenter

    名古屋大学大学院環境学研究科 附属持続的共発展教育研究センター  2021.3

  2. 自治体のための有機農産物の学校給食での使用、ネットワーク化についての意見交換会

    Role(s):Presenter

    名古屋大学大学院環境学研究科 附属持続的共発展教育研究センター  2021.2

  3. 自治体向け ランチタイム セミナー 「生態系を活用した適応策のための マップ・土地利用」

    Role(s):Presenter

    名古屋大学大学院環境学研究科 附属持続的共発展教育研究センター  2021.2

  4. 伝統産品の活用、共有についての実践者を含めた議論

    Role(s):Presenter

    名古屋大学大学院環境学研究科 香坂研究室  2020.12

  5. 有機農産物及び食品の生産振興の諸条件の解明:EUの分析と我が国への示唆

    Role(s):Presenter

    名古屋大学大学院環境学研究科 附属持続的共発展教育研究センター  2020.12

  6. 地域産品の学習実践に関する大分県・三重県・沖縄県高校生・大学生交流

    Role(s):Presenter

    名古屋大学大学院環境学研究科 香坂研究室  2020.9

  7. グリーン調達の現状と最新の事情

    Role(s):Presenter

    名古屋大学大学院環境学研究科 附属持続的共発展教育研究センター  2020.8

  8. 伝統野菜についての国際ウェビナーセッション

    Role(s):Presenter

    名古屋大学大学院環境学研究科 附属持続的共発展教育研究センター  2020.7

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Media Coverage 48

  1. ゲスト:生物の多様性を守るには~中国でのCOP15・その背景と課題  TV or radio program

    NHKラジオ  「三宅民夫のマイあさ!」深よみ   2021.10

  2. 生物多様性「COP15」中国で開幕 「愛知目標」の後継策定へ どう実現するかが焦点 Newspaper, magazine

    中日新聞   朝刊 p.3  2021.10

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  3. コメント:生態系の破壊か保護か 有機農業で道

    朝日新聞  朝日新聞GLOBE  No. 246 p.2  2021.10

  4. コメント:Focus 生物多様性なくして経済なし 10月会議で国際目標を議論 「陸と海の3割保護」達成のハードル高く

    日本経済新聞  日経ヴェリタス  p.8  2021.9

  5. ワールド・ビュー 韓国世情を反映する学食 価格抑え選択肢広く

    日本農業新聞  p.12  2021.9

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  6. Researchers collaborating with local actors Newspaper, magazine

    Chunichi Newspaper Local Mie South  Chunichi Newspaper Local Mie South  ocal Version  2021.9

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  7. コメント:トレンド情報局 パンに有機小麦 人気ほかほか 環境配慮 付加価値に 国内生産量の0.08%収量性など改善余地 Newspaper, magazine

    日本農業新聞  p.14  2021.8

  8. 現場からの農村学教室<218>農林地の戦略的活用 逆転発想で合意形成 Newspaper, magazine

    日本農業新聞  p.10  2021.8

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  9. コメント:陸地・海洋、3割保護へ 世界200ヵ国・地域、年内にも目標 Newspaper, magazine

    日本経済新聞  p.2  2021.8

  10. ワールド・ビュー ドイツ自然保護改正案を採択 昆虫と共存の農業へ

    日本農業新聞  p.12  2021.8

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  11. 「生物多様性」保全の枠組み COP15で議論深まる

    日刊工業新聞  p.10  2021.7

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  12. コメント:気候・多様性両輪で対策を 国際組織報告「異例の変化脅威」 Newspaper, magazine

    高知新聞  p.4  2021.6

  13. コメント:環境保護へ2国際組織報告 気候と様性 両輪対策を 「自然や人に脅威」と指摘 Newspaper, magazine

    北日本新聞  p.5  2021.6

  14. コメント:豊かな生態系へ両輪 気候と生物多様性 Newspaper, magazine

    愛媛新聞  p.6  2021.6

  15. コメント:気候・多様性両輪で対策を 二つの国際組織が報告書「自然や人に脅威」 Newspaper, magazine

    埼玉新聞  p.2  2021.6

  16. コメント:気候と多様性 両輪で対策 環境、生態系保護で報告書 Newspaper, magazine

    長崎新聞  p.3  2021.6

  17. コメント:気候・生物多様性 対策両輪で 2国際組織初の共同分析

    京都新聞  夕刊  2021.6

  18. Researchers collaborating with local actors Newspaper, magazine

    Chunichi Newspaper Local Mie South  Chunichi Newspaper Local Mie South  Local Version  2021.6

  19. 論壇 生物自然遺産勧告 生物多様性取り組み発信

    琉球新報  2021.6

  20. Researchers collaborating with local actors Contribution to Planning and Human Resrouce Newspaper, magazine

    Chunichi Newspaper Local Mie South  Chunichi Newspaper Local Mie South  Local Version  2021.5

  21. 脱炭素目標と食料システム(上)――有機農業の戦略的活用を(経済教室)

    日本経済新聞  朝刊 p.25  2021.4

  22. 所論緒論 重要性増すエビデンスに基づく政策立案

    日刊建設工業新聞  p.10  2021.4

  23. 論壇 「島嶼の生物多様性」保全と利用計画練る好機

    琉球新報  p.8  2021.4

  24. 守ろう!生物多様性 ー生き物たちの豊かな個性とつながりー

    毎日新聞出版  月間Newsがわかる 20214月号  pp.4-7  2021.4

  25. 重要性増すブルーカーボン Newspaper, magazine

    日刊建設工業新聞  12面  2021.3

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  26. 論壇 2050年の有機農業目標 複数課題に複眼的視点を Newspaper, magazine

    琉球新報  2021.3

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  27. 新型コロナが問う社会 動物も環境も健康に

    中日新聞  朝刊 p.17   2021.2

  28. ユネスコ無形文化遺産登録に向けて 泡盛、風土景観セットで発信

    琉球新報  論壇 p.8  2021.1

  29. コメント 高付加価値化が重要 ブランド守る制度活用せよ  農林水産物輸出拡大加速化へ

    公明新聞  p.5  2021.1

  30. コロナ禍での沖縄の戦略 農林水産物知らせる機会

    琉球新聞  論壇 p.8  2021.1

  31. コメント しっかり戦略の議論を

    日本農業新聞  p.14  2021.1

  32. 所論・緒論 世界の潮流 ビルド・バック・ベターと建設業への期待

    日刊建設工業新聞  p.1  2020.12

  33. 現場からの農村学教室<196> テーマ地理的(GI)保護の現場から

    日本農業新聞  p.9  2020.11

  34. 世界農業遺産の課題と展望

    全国きのこ新聞  p.4  2020.11

  35. シイタケ栽培の課題などを議論 国東市で講演会

    大分合同新聞  2020.11

  36. COP10から10年、愛知目標達成できず 民間関与生み出そう

    毎日新聞  中部朝刊 s社会面 p.22   2020.10

  37. コメント 生物多様性、目標達成できず 止まらぬ絶滅 人間社会にも影響

    日本経済新聞  朝刊 p.33  2020.10

  38. コメント:止まらぬ絶滅人間社会にも影響 生物多様性目標達成できず

    日本経済新聞  p.33  2020.10

  39. コメント:Biz Frontier Subject:生物多様性「自然資本」を経営の柱に

    日本経済新聞  p.33  2020.10

  40. コメント:「愛知目標」はなぜ達成できなかったのか? コロナとも関わる生物多様性の危機

    Yahooニュース  2020.9

  41. コメント:「野生動物減り続けている」 愛知目標「達成できず」 国連が生物多様性報告書

    毎日新聞  2020.9

  42. コメント リサイクル・再エネ構築を 

    琉球新報  p.20  2020.9

  43. コメント ネオニコチノイド系農薬:イネ害虫駆除農薬制限 ネオニコ系、ハチ大量死一因

    毎日新聞  東京朝刊 p.1  2020.6

  44. 土曜特集:コロナ禍はなぜ起きたか 問われる野生動物とヒトとの関係

    公明新聞  p.4  2020.6

  45. コメント:生物多様性保全へ ネットで国際会議 愛知目標から10年 県も参加 COP15へ共通認識

    中日新聞   朝刊 県内総合 p.15  2020.5

  46. コメント:生物多様性保全へ ネットで国際会議

    中日新聞   朝刊 県内総合 p.15  2020.5

  47. 所論・緒論 変化は避けられない 生物多様性の存在理由

    日刊建設工業新聞  p.8  2020.4

  48. 名古屋支社企画 対談自然環境の保全・再生に果たす建設業の役割 加藤建設加藤 徹社長X名古屋大学大学院 環境学研究科 香坂玲教授

    日刊建設工業新聞  p.12  2020.4

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Academic Activities 21

  1. Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) International contribution

    Role(s):Planning, management, etc., Review, evaluation, Peer review

    IPBES Min. Environment Expert, Delegation, External Review Panel Member  2015.4

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    Type:Scientific advice/Review 

  2. Science Council of Japan (Members) International contribution

    Role(s):Planning, management, etc.

    Committees of Science Council of Japan   2020.10

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    Type:Scientific advice/Review 

  3. Board Member the Japanese Forest Economic Society International contribution

    Role(s):Planning, management, etc., Supervision (editorial)

    Japanese Forest Economic Society  2021.4

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  4. Editorial Board Member Journal of Forest Research International contribution

    Role(s):Supervision (editorial), Review, evaluation, Peer review

    Japanese Forest Society   2011.4

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  5. Editorial Board Member Energy & Environment

    Role(s):Review, evaluation, Peer review

    SAGE   2017.4

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    Type:Peer review 

  6. Associate Editor Journal of Ethnic Foods

    Role(s):Review, evaluation, Peer review

    Korea Food Research Institute  2017.10

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  7. Guest Editor Special Issue Ecosystem Health and Sustainability International contribution

    Role(s):Planning, management, etc., Review, evaluation, Peer review

    Taylor & Francis  2017.10 - 2018.12

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  8. Guest Editor Special Issue Landscape and Ecological Engineering

    Role(s):Planning, management, etc., Supervision (editorial), Review, evaluation, Peer review

    he Japanese Society of Revegetation Technology and other 7 organizations   2020.12

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  9. Guest Editor Special Issue Sustainability International contribution

    Role(s):Supervision (editorial), Review, evaluation, Peer review

    MDPI  2020.4 - 2020.12

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  10. Peer Review Forest Policy and Economics

    Role(s):Peer review

    Elsevier  2016.4

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  11. Peer Review British Food Journal International contribution

    Role(s):Peer review

    Emerald Group Publishing  2019.4

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  12. 査読 Cities

    Role(s):Peer review

    Elsevier  2019.4

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  13. 査読 Environment and Behavior

    Role(s):Peer review

    SAGE  2019.4

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  14. Peer Review The Journal of World Intellectual Property International contribution

    Role(s):Peer review

    Wiley  2018.4

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  15. Peer Review Journal of Rural Studies International contribution

    Role(s):Peer review

    Elsevier  2018.4

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  16. Peer Review Journal of Cleaner Production International contribution

    Role(s):Peer review

    Elsevier  2018.4

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  17. Peer Review Journal of Environmental Planning and Management International contribution

    Role(s):Peer review

    Taylor & Francis  2017.10

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  18. Peer Review Ecosystem Services International contribution

    Role(s):Peer review

    Elsevier  2017.10

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  19. 査読 Journal of Environmental Management International contribution

    Role(s):Peer review

    Elsevier  2017.4

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  20. Peer Review Journal of Apicultural Research International contribution

    Role(s):Peer review

    Taylor & Francis  2017.4

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  21. Peer Review Ecological Informatics International contribution

    Role(s):Peer review

    Elsevier  2017.4

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