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Sebastien de Royer

Sébastien de Royer is a junior scientist based at the South East Asia Regional office in Bogor. He is focusing on human and social dimensions of climate change and agroforestry systems. He has been working actively in Indonesia in the field of social forestry and climate change interventions. Contact details: s.royer@cgiar.org

The reasons why the richest benefit from community-based forest management

Why are the wealthiest farmers and a state-owned company benefiting the most from a scheme intended to help the poorest? Further study has revealed a complex web of migration, skills, capital, extra-curricular payments, evasive action and a lack...

Migrants, land and deforestation in Indonesia

Internal migrants in Indonesia have shifted land arrangements, resulting in both social and ecological damage: land conflicts increase along with deforestation. This complex relationship has been underplayed in the REDD debate, say Gamma Galudra, Meine van Noordwijk, Putra...