Table of contents for Environment, development and change in rural Asia-Pacific : between local and global / edited by John Connell and Eric Waddell.

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 1. Between Global and Local: Contests for Development Eric Waddell and John Connell 
2. Volcanic Eruption as Metaphor of Social Integration: a Political Ecological Study of Mount 
Merapi, Central Java Michael Dove 3. Pacific Island Rural Development: Challenges and 
Prospects in Kiribati Frank Thomas and Kautoa Tonganibeia 4. Agricultural Landscapes of 
Kadavu: Persistence and Change on the Fijian Periphery Robert Kuhlken 5. Tree Crops and the 
Cultivated Landscapes of the Southwest Pacific Jean Kennedy and William Clarke 6. Land 
Reform and the State in Vietnam?s Northwest Mountains Thomas Sikor 7. Seeds of Discontent: 
Oil Palm and Changing Production Strategies among Smallholders in Papua New Guinea George 
Curry and Gina Koczberski 8. Holding on to Modernity? Siwai, Bougainville, Papua New 
Guinea John Connell 9. Oil Palm Expansion in Sarawak: Lessons Learned by a Latecomer? Niels 
Fold and Tina Svan Hansen 10. Can Indonesia?s Complex Forests Survive Globalisation and 
Decentralisation? Sanggau District, West Kalimantan Lesley Potter and Simon Badcock 11. 
Seeing ?Water Blindness?. Water Control in Agricultural Intensification and Environmental 
Change in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam Fiona Miller 12. Rethinking Watershed Science: Lessons 
from Thailand Tim Forsyth 13. Civil Society and Interdependencies: Towards a Regional 
Political Ecology of Mekong Development Phil Hirsch 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sustainable development -- East Asia.
East Asia -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.
East Asia -- Rural conditions.