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Climate change Resilience of Indigenous Socio Ecological systems
Principal Investigator / Affiliation Jorge García Molinos (Associate Professor) / Hokkaido University flag Japan Japan
Tuyara Gavrilyeva (Research Professor) / North-Eastern Federal University flag Russia Russia
Wantanee Kriengsinyos (Associate Professor) / Mahidol University flag Thailand Thailand
Year Adopted 2020
Research Period 3 years
General Description of the Research Project This cooperative research project aims to project current and future risks from climate change and socioeconomic development to the natural capital supporting traditional indigenous socioecological systems (ISS). Two distinctive ISS (Thailand and Siberia) will be used as case studies. RISE will deliver high impact science to inform effective decision making towards regional development, sustainability and climate change adaptation.
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Principal Investigator / Country of Research Team
Photo Jorge García Molinos

Jorge García Molinos

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Photo Tuyara Gavrilyeva

Tuyara Gavrilyeva

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Russian Federation
Photo Wantanee Kriengsinyos

Wantanee Kriengsinyos

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