Transboundary Environmental Commons in Southeast Asia

The TECSEA research project is supported by Singapore's Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Grant MOE2016-SSRTG-068


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New Articles in 2022:

Astuti, R., Miller, M. A., McGregor, A., Sukmara, D. P., Saputra, W., Sulistiyanto & Taylor, D. (2022) Making illegality visible: The governance dilemmas created by visualising illegal palm oil plantations in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Land Use Policy 114, 105942.

Miller, M. A. (2022) A transboundary political ecology of volcanic sand mining. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 112(1): 78-96.

Suhardiman, D. & Geheb, K. (Early View) Participation and Politics in Transboundary  Hydropower Development: The Case of the Pak Beng Dam in Laos. Environmental Policy and Governance DOI: 10.1002/eet.1974.


Marks, D. & Miller, M. A. (Early View) A transboundary political ecology of air pollution: Slow violence on Thailand's margins. Environmental Policy and Governance.

DOI: 10.1002/eet.1976.
Forthcoming Special Issue:

Miller, M. A., Rigg, J. & Taylor, D. (Guest Editors) Transboundary environmental governance: Lessons from Southeast Asia [Special Issue] Environmental Policy and Governance, Forthcoming 2022.

Recent Stakeholder Workshop:

Stakeholder Workshop on Transboundary Environmental Commons of Southeast Asia: A Collaborative Approach to Policy Brief Development10 December 2021.


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