Vol. 7 No. 2 (2023)

Published: May 5, 2023

Vol. 7 No. 1 (2023)

Published: Jan 9, 2023

Vol. 6 No. 2 (2022)

This issue has 15 articles in total. In Indonesia, one bibliographical review is now on fire. In Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand, there are 14 research publications on various empirical and topical subjects. starting with a report on Vietnam's biodiversity regime. Along with soil mapping by farmers in a Thai-Lao village, research on indigenous Karen sacred sites as Special Cultural Zones along Thailand's borders, and records of traditional tropical settlements in Central Sulawesi, we also have interesting traditional ecological knowledge from Indonesia's Cérékang Forest. Additionally, you may come across articles on the agroforestry system in Thailand, the expansion of agriculture in Indonesian conservation areas, how small farmers managed to keep their businesses profitable during the Covid 19 pandemic in Indonesia, as well as studies on the effects of payment for forest ecosystem services on local livelihoods in Viet Nam.
The readers may also take in how NGOs participate as special interest groups in Indonesian forest policy procedures. Our historical approach to this problem also examines the contract labor and exploitation of the Pine Merkusi forest in Tanah Gayo during the Dutch Colonial Period. Additionally, we do study on the mistreatment of women in Indonesian social forestry.

Published: May 14, 2022

Vol. 6 No. 1 (2022)

We have 24 regular research articles in this issue that came from broad topics such as; commoning and commons, conflict transformation, disempowering traditional space arrangements, the pattern recognition of small scale forest, livelihood adjustment, the complexation of palm oil in Indnesia, and some ecological articles on evaluation ecological succession as well as the social-ecological resilience indicators of organic rice production

Published: Jan 1, 2022

Vol. 5 No. 2 (2021)

In this issue we have a total of 31 contributions, consisting of 27 empirical articles, one review article, one book review, and one notes from the field.
Some of the articles from the issue are also part of several special sections such as (i) Applications of remote sensing technology for forest management and conservation in Southeast Asia, (ii) Land, livelihoods, and change amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in Southeast Asia, (ii) The Future of Tanah Papua - Towards Multi-disciplinarity on Adat, Biodiversity, and Sustainable Development, and (iv) Social Forestry in the Philippines: Education, Policy and Practice

Published: Jun 4, 2021

Vol. 5 No. 1 (2021)

We have 13 articles on this issue. We have two articles explain about social forestry, questioning why do greater forest tenure rights not enthuse local communities as well as reviewing the implementation of social forestry through community access perspective. There is also an article reporting the experimentation of Land Tenure Settlement Reconciliation Program in South Sumatra, as a way to reconcile community land and state forest claims in Indonesia. There are also some articles discuss about livelihood topic such as  (i) smallholder palm oil Plantations in Indonesia, (ii) Agroforestry Systems in Parungpanjang, Indonesia, (iv) sustainable development in the Northern Mountain Region in Vietnam. We have two articles on the topic of Pandemic Covid 19 that provide insights how the Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on ginger production in Northeast Thailand as  well as a Livelihood System for Nomadic Duck Herders amid the Covid-19 Pandemic in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. We have two articles came from special section of “Tanah Papua” that explain what lies ahead behind the palm oil plantation in Papua, as well as the Road development and Indigenous hunting in Tanah Papua. We have also an article report the characteristics of the Tapanuli Orangutan habitat in North Sumatra, Indonesia. In another ecological perspective on this issue, we also have an article that provides insight into the soil seed banks of tree species from different land use in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Published: Dec 22, 2020

Vol. 4 No. 2 (2020)

In this issue, we have nine empirical research articles. Six articles are categorized as regular research articles, two articles are part of a special section on The Future of Tanah Papua-Towards Multi-disciplinarity on Adat, Biodiversity, and Sustainable Development, and one other article is part of a special section on Evaluating the Impacts of Payment for Forest Environmental Services in Vietnam. 
Articles that fall into the category of the two special sections above will be published in subsequent issues.

Published: Jul 1, 2020

Vol. 4 No. 1 (2020)

In this issue, we have a total of eighteen contributions, consisting of sixteen empirical articles, one methodological engagement article, and one introduction/review article. Nine of the articles from the issue are also part of a special section on Community Conservation in the Wallacea Region. This is part of our commitment to build capacity and shed light on issues in under-represented regions.

Published: Apr 26, 2020

Vol. 3 No. 2 (2019)

In this issue, we have published nine articles. Eight articles of them are research articles, and one another is categorized as review articles.

Published: Jun 25, 2019

Vol. 3 No. 1 (2019)

We have published thirteen articles on the special section The economies, ecologies, and politics of social forestry in Indonesia. The numerous social forestry permits being signed across Indonesia provide a timely area of inquiry. Evidence-based studies are still lacking on the processes and effects of the current policy imperative. Can social forestry achieve its promise of alleviating poverty, empowering communities, and improving forest governance? And if so, in what ways? Additionally, few studies are available on social forestry's role in responding to the broader and more contemporary issues such as climate change mitigation and adaptation, forest landscape and conservation, and green economy. 

Published: Jan 19, 2019

Vol. 2 No. 2 (2018)

We have published five articles on the special section Agrarian transformation in Thailand - commodities, landscapes, and livelihoods. This special section attempts to provide a picture of transformation processes over time and examine the current conjunctures taking place across rural communities in Thailand. Our entry point is through the lens of agricultural commodities. We believe that explaining the multiple sources and effects of certain commodities in Thailand's particular locations provides different explanatory potential.

Published: Nov 26, 2018

Vol. 2 No. 1 (2018)

In this issue, we have published seven research articles. Three articles of them are to provide information on the dynamics of REDD+ implementation.

Published: Apr 26, 2018

Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017)

In this issue, we have published seven research articles. One article in this issue discusses how social forestry application dynamics by comparing the cases in Indonesia with Vietnam. Besides, another article provides an explanation of the current issues in the study of natural resources, namely the failure of the silk industry, the transformation watershed conflict, agroforestry system, the boom of ginger farmers, and food security.

Published: Nov 27, 2017

Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017)

We have published in available online since April 29, 2017. As the reader will find in this inaugural issue, we have compiled an initial set of studies across multiple methods and geographies that help to set the terms of future editions. We examine: historical political ecologies of land use around opium cultivation in the uplands of Thailand; emerging governance regimes of corporate social responsibility in Myanmar; the capacity of new state institutions to manage land conflict in forest estate lands in Indonesia; close analysis of forest harvesting and management in a mangrove forest in Malaysia; and, an economic valuation of non-timber forest products in a national park in Indonesia. There is much to choose from and much more to delve into that. We hope that this issue serves as an impetus to engage in these timely themes and further encourages new ideas for submissions.

Published: Apr 27, 2017