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Sustainability in Hunting Licence Systems of Japan and South Korea

, Carl Folke, and Madhav Gadgil. “Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Biodiversity, Resilience and Sustainability.” In Biodiversity Conservation, edited by C.A. Perrings et al. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995, pp. 281-299 Berkes Fikret and A.P. Lino Grima. “Natural Ressources: Access, Rights-to-Use and Management.” In Common Property Resources: Ecology and Community-based Sustainable Development, edited by Fikret Berkes. London: Belhaven Press, 1989, pp. 33-52 Berkes Fikret and Robert S. Pomeroy. “Two to Tango - The Role of

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China Talks Climate: A Frame Analysis of Discourses on Climate Change and the Environment in the PRC

. “Mesomobilization: Organizing and Framing in Two Protest Cam-paigns in West Germany.” In American Journal of Sociology, 98/3, 1992, pp. 555-596 Goffman, Erving. Frame Analysis: An Essay on the Organization of Experience. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1974 Grumbine, R. Edward and Xu Jianchu. “Creating a ‘Conservation with Chinese Characteristics’.” In Biological Conservation, 144, 2011, pp. 1347-1355 Hathaway, Michael J. “Global Environmental Encounters in Southwest China: Fleeting Intersections and ‘Transnational Work’.” In

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On the Way to a Sustainable Energy Policy in Japan and South Korea

References Akahoshi, Yasushi. “Energy Efficiency and Conservation Policies and Measures in Japan.” In Energy Efficiency in Japan, edited by Agung Wicaksono. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2008, pp. 21-87 APEC Energy Working Group. “EWG38 Notable Energy Developments - Japan”. 2009, APEC Energy Working Group website, http://www.ewg.apec.org/documents/SummaryRecordEWG38.pdf, accessed June 2011 Asuka-Zhang, Shouchuan. “Development Assistance and Japan’s Climate Change Diplomacy: Priorities and

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Domestic Climate Change Governance in East Asia: A Comparative Analysis of Japan, China and South Korea

’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China. “The Law on Energy Conservation of the People’s Republic of China.” 1997, National People’s Congress website, http://www.npc.gov.cn/englishnpc/Special/CombatingClimateChange/2009-08/28/content_1516263.htm , accessed June 2010 National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China. “Zhōnghuá rénmín gònghéguó sēnlín fǎ” 中华人民共和国森林法 [Forestation Law of the People’s Republic of China]. 1998, Central People’s Government website, http://www.gov.cn/banshi/2005-09/13/content_68753.htm , accessed June 2010 National

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Electronic Waste in China, Japan, and Vietnam: A Comparative Analysis of Waste Management Strategies

References Aizawa, Hirofumi, Hideto Yoshida, and Shin-ichi Sakai. “Current Results and Future Perspectives for Japanese Recycling of Home Electrical Appliances.” In Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 52, 2008, pp. 1399-1410 Anschütz, Justine, Jeroen IJgosse, and Anne Scheinberg. Putting Integrated Sustainable Waste Management into Practice: Using the ISWM Assessment Methodology. Gouda: WASTE, 2004 Baldé, Cornelis Peter, Feng Wang, Ruediger Kuehr, and Jaco Huisman. The Global E-waste Monitor - 2014. Bonn

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Power Asymmetry in the Mekong River Basin: The Impact of Hydro-Hegemony on Sharing Transboundary Water

, Ole Wæver, and Jaap de Wilde. Security: A New Framework for Analysis. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1998 Cartin, Megan, Rebecca Welling, Ganesh Pangare, and Tawatchai Rattansorn. Mekong River Basin: Mobilising Grassroots Engagement and Facilitating High-level Dialogue for Transboundary Water Management. Gland: International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2012 Cascão, Ana Elisa. “Hydro-Hegemony and Counter Hydro-Hegemony in the Nile River Basin.” London Water Research Group: Second International Workshop on Hydro-Hegemony, May

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