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Dec. 08, 2020

Implementing the Satoyama Initiative for the Benefit of Biodiversity and Human Well-Being

The Center has recently added to its publication list the book entitled “Implementing the Satoyama Initiative for the Benefit of Biodiversity and Human Well-Being,” edited by former FFTC Director Dr. Kuo-Ching Lin and Dr. Kuang-Chung Lee, Associate Professor, National Dong Hwa University. The Satoyama book is a joint project of FFTC and the Hualien District Agricultural Research and Extension Station and Forestry Bureau of the Council of Agriculture (COA), Taiwan, together with the Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, COA, and the International Partnership of Satoyama Initiative (IPSI). The 269-page book encapsulates the articles written by experts from different countries who shared their knowledge and experiences on topics like conserving biodiversity, economic forest plantation, community conserved areas, environmentally friendly agricultural technologies, ecological engineering, etc.


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