Presentation [part of the standard session “Regional Transformations”]
Embedding human lives again into the local ecosystem may help to reverse overexploitation and to foster degrowth lifestyles. To discuss transition strategies for alternative lifestyles, we analyze two niche developments in Japan: the fishery-forest movement and the self-employed forestry movement.
Presenters: Norie Tamura (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature), Hein Mallee (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature)
Technical details: Standard A3_Norie Tamura_Strategies for Transformation_ Agency and Alliances in Rural Alternative Movements in Japan.mp4, MPEG-4 video, 68.2 MB
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