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The IPBES Conceptual Framework—connecting nature and people
S Díaz, S Demissew, J Carabias, C Joly, M Lonsdale, N Ash, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 14, 1-16, 2015
19062015
Sustainability science: building a new discipline
H Komiyama, K Takeuchi
Sustainability science 1 (1), 1-6, 2006
7532006
Sustainability and resilience for transformation in the urban century
T Elmqvist, E Andersson, N Frantzeskaki, T McPhearson, P Olsson, ...
Nature sustainability 2 (4), 267-273, 2019
4702019
Beyond greenbelts and zoning: A new planning concept for the environment of Asian mega-cities
M Yokohari, K Takeuchi, T Watanabe, S Yokota
Landscape and urban planning 47 (3-4), 159-171, 2000
3312000
Biofuels, ecosystem services and human wellbeing: Putting biofuels in the ecosystem services narrative
A Gasparatos, P Stromberg, K Takeuchi
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 142 (3-4), 111-128, 2011
2662011
Satoyama: the traditional rural landscape of Japan
K Takeuchi, RD Brown, I Washitani, A Tsunekawa, M Yokohari
Springer Science & Business Media, 2008
2632008
Rebuilding the relationship between people and nature: the Satoyama Initiative
K Takeuchi
Ecological research 25 (5), 891-897, 2010
2282010
Threshold changes in vegetation along a grazing gradient in Mongolian rangelands
T Sasaki, T Okayasu, U Jamsran, K Takeuchi
Journal of Ecology 96 (1), 145-154, 2008
2272008
Trends in urbanization and patterns of land use in the Asian mega cities Jakarta, Bangkok, and Metro Manila
A Murakami, AM Zain, K Takeuchi, A Tsunekawa, S Yokota
Landscape and Urban Planning 70 (3-4), 251-259, 2005
1782005
Commercialization of homegardens in an Indonesian village: vegetation composition and functional changes
OS Abdoellah, HY Hadikusumah, K Takeuchi, S Okubo
Tropical homegardens, 233-250, 2006
1612006
Living close to forests enhances people׳ s perception of ecosystem services in a forest–agricultural landscape of West Java, Indonesia
D Muhamad, S Okubo, K Harashina, B Gunawan, K Takeuchi
Ecosystem Services 8, 197-206, 2014
1472014
Urbanization linked with past agricultural landuse patterns in the urban fringe of a deltaic Asian mega-city: a case study in Bangkok
Y Hara, K Takeuchi, S Okubo
Landscape and urban planning 73 (1), 16-28, 2005
1422005
Assessment of ecosystem services in homegarden systems in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam
H Mohri, S Lahoti, O Saito, A Mahalingam, N Gunatilleke, G Hitinayake, ...
Ecosystem Services 5, 124-136, 2013
1402013
Transition of the satoyama landscape in the urban fringe of the Tokyo metropolitan area from 1880 to 2001
K Ichikawa, N Okubo, S Okubo, K Takeuchi
Landscape and Urban planning 78 (4), 398-410, 2006
1032006
Two‐phase functional redundancy in plant communities along a grazing gradient in Mongolian rangelands
T Sasaki, S Okubo, T Okayasu, U Jamsran, T Ohkuro, K Takeuchi
Ecology 90 (9), 2598-2608, 2009
1012009
Managing the mismatches to provide ecosystem services for human well-being: a conceptual framework for understanding the New Commons
AK Duraiappah, ST Asah, ES Brondizio, N Kosoy, PJ O’Farrell, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7, 94-100, 2014
1002014
Indigenous ecological knowledge and natural resource management in the cultural landscape of China’s Hani Terraces
Y Jiao, X Li, L Liang, K Takeuchi, T Okuro, D Zhang, L Sun
Ecological research 27 (2), 247-263, 2012
932012
Sustainability impacts of first-generation biofuels
A Gasparatos, P Stromberg, K Takeuchi
Animal Frontiers 3 (2), 12-26, 2013
912013
Comparison of vegetation changes along grazing gradients with different numbers of livestock
A Hoshino, Y Yoshihara, T Sasaki, T Okayasu, U Jamsran, T Okuro, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 73 (6-7), 687-690, 2009
882009
Mapping of groundwater potential zones in Killinochi area, Sri Lanka, using GIS and remote sensing techniques
P Kumar, S Herath, R Avtar, K Takeuchi
Sustainable Water Resources Management 2 (4), 419-430, 2016
812016
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