Governance for Climate Change Adaptation in Southeast Asia: History, Anthropology, and Political Economy
Part 1Session 1
Wed 09:00–10:30 Room 1.402
Part 2Session 2
Wed 11:00–12:30 Room 1.402
- Tom Hoogervorst Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies
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- Agus Suwignyo Universitas Gadjah Mada
- Alan Frendy Koropitan Bogor Agricultural University
- Annemarie Samuels Leiden University
- Bart Barendregt Leiden University
- Daniel Oliver Paulsen University of Bergen
- Dennis Gupa University of Victoria
- Gerry van Klinken Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies
- Greg Bankoff Universtity of Hull
- Leontine Becking Wageningen University
- Mira Rochyadi-Reetz Technische Universität Ilmenau
- Mohamad Yusuf Universitas Gadjah Mada
- Peter Mulder Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
- Sander Tetteroo Leiden University
- Sikko Visscher Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies
- Sonny Mumbunan University of Indonesia
- How well have Southeast Asian societies responded to climate-related crises in the twentieth century?
- Did they learn from past crises? (That is, how much adaptive capacity was there?)
- How can we explain variance in their responses and adaptive capacities across Southeast Asia?
- What does this tell us about likely responses to such crises in the twenty-first century?
- How can these questions be most fruitfully investigated?
Organisers invite scholars of/from Southeast Asia interested in developing an empirical understanding of climate change-related adaptive capacities in the real, historical world.
Participants will seek to develop ideas leading to a common approach, with a view to future research collaboration.
The laboratory will be interesting to historians, anthropologists, and political scientists, and to natural scientists interested in collaborating with them on policy issues.