|University of Yamanashi
|University of Shiga prefecture
|SANTOS-BORJA, Adelina C.
|Laguna Lake Development Authority
|CID, Abigail P.
To solve the current nutrient imbalance associated with local and global environmental issues, this project develops a transdisciplinary framework of adaptive watershed governance that can link nutrient cycling and human well-being, and so improve social involvement in biodiversity conservation and environmental restoration, facilitating sustainable socio-ecological systems. It also establishes new methods to evaluate how biodiversity contributes to restoration of natural nutrient cycles and provides a variety of services and values that inspire citizens to practice community-based conservation activities.▲PAGE TOP