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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Member States have carried out individual and collective actions to address climate change, including curbing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, taking into consideration common but differentiated responsibilities, national circumstances and respective capacities, among others. ASEAN Leaders have also supported the process under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to arrive at a common understanding of the global goal to reduce emissions to pave the way for a new climate change agreement. In doing so, ASEAN Leaders have issued Joint Declarations and Statements in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014 and 20151. In their most recent Joint Declaration on Climate Change, ASEAN Leaders called upon Member States to work effectively and in good faith for an agreed outcome with legal force under the Convention and submit Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) in advance of the 21st UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP-21) in Paris in December 2015.DOWNLOAD PDF
Steps to sustainable and community-based NTFP management. A manual written with special reference to South and Southeast Asia by Mary Stockdale (2005)
Rattan for Life. The Rattan Cultivation Practices of the Dayak Benuaq of Kalimantan, Indonesia: An Information Manual
Mercado, Nellibeth V. and Maria Victoria M. Sabban-Iglesia. 2002. Delineating and Managing the Ancestral Domain. Tools and Insights from Indigenous Communities in Palawan, Philippines.
Pinto, Eufemia Felisa. Contesting Frontier Lands in Palawan,Philippines: Strategies of Indigenous Peoples for Community Development and Ancestral Domain Management (unpublished).
2002. Delineating and Managing the Ancestral Domain. Tools and Insights from Indigenous Communities in Palawan, Philippines.
Ramnath, Madhu. 2004. Crossing Boundaries. Adivasi Women and Forest Produce. A Story from Central Bastar, Chattisgarh, India.
Mangangabol Ta Mintapod (The Hinabol Weavers of Mintapod)