Dr Agni Klintuni Boedhihartono (Intu)
Doctorat in Ethnology & Visual Anthropology, University of Paris 7, France.
Graduated from Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris in Fine Arts.
Masters in Ethnology - Visual Anthropology, University of Paris 7.
Bachelors in Ethnology, Cinematography and Fine Arts from the University of Paris 7 and the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts Dijon.
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EV5012 Tropical Landscapes and Livelihoods
Intu has a multidisciplinary background (Anthropology and Fine Arts). Her work has focussed on the livelihoods and cultural diversity of indigenous peoples and their natural resource management practices.
She worked with multidisciplinary scientific teams in remote locations in numerous countries in the tropical rainforests region in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Her research focus is on forest dependent people and coastal communities and she gives more attention to the balance between conservation and social, cultural and economic development. She has interests in traditional knowledge, cultural diversity, indigenous people’s rights and conservation.
Her work has been focusing on landscape scenarios discussions and negotiations using Visualization and STELLA Modeling techniques to maximize the involvement of multi-stakeholder groups.
Her goal is to have an influence on global efforts to support indigenous people and communities to improve their livelihoods whilst retaining their cultural identity, diversity, natural assets and traditional knowledge.
Forest landscape restoration: Restoring what and for whom ? In Forest Landscape Restoration book. Eds Lamb, D. Springer, In Press.
Integrating Traditional Knowledge in Climate Change Adaptation. In Traditional Knowledge in Policy and Practice: Approaches to Development and Human Well-being . (Subramanian and Pisupati Eds). UNU Press, Tokyo. 2010
G.R. Clemens, J. Sayer, A. K. Boedhihartono, O. Venter, T. Lovejoy, L.P. Koh, W.F. Laurence. Cautious Optimism over Norway-Indonesia REDD Pact. In Conservation Biology, Volume 24, No. 6. 2010
Endamana, D., Boedhihartono, A.K., et all. A framework for assessing conservation and development in a Congo Basin Forest Landscape. In Tropical Conservation Science, Vol 3 Issue 3. 2010. Available online: www.tropicalconservationscience.org
Visual techniques for understanding & communicating landscape values. In BIO-City For Sustainable Future Magazine, No. 46, Tokyo, Japan. 2010
J. Sayer, A.K. Boedhihartono. Applying the ITTOIUCN Guidelines for the Conservation of Biodiversity in Tropical Production Forests. In Tropical Forest Updat e, a newsletter from the International Tropical Timber Organization to promote the conservation and sustainable development of tropical forests, Vol. 20 No. 1, 2010.
Sayer, J and Boedhihartono, A.K. Forests: More than just trees. In The Wealth of Nature: Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity, and Human Well-Being.Eds McNeely J., Mittermeier, R. CI and CEMEX Conservation Book Series, Washington DC. 2009.
Collier N., Boedhihartono A.K., and Sayer J. Indigenous livelihoods and the global environment: Understanding relationships. In: Anderssen, R.S., R.D. Braddock and L.T.H. Newham (eds) 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, July 2009, pp. 2833-2839. ISBN: 978-0-9758400-7-8. Available online : http://www.mssanz.org.au/modsim09/H1/collier.pdf
Punan hunters-gatherers and the Heart of Borneo Initiative. In Heart of Borneo. (Osseweijer & Persoon Eds.)Tropenbos International, Holland. 2008.
Sayer J, McNeely J, Maginnis S, Boedhihartono, A K. Local Rights and Tenure for Forest : Opportunity or Threat for Conservation. Rights and Resources Initiatives, Washington DC. 2008.
Boedhihartono, A. K. et all. The principles of conservation and development: do they apply in Malinau? In Ecology and Society 12(2):2. 2007.
Available online: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss2/art2/
Using visual images & arts to communicate conservation messages
Intu has participated in various art and communication activities to share different visions and perceptions on livelihoods and environmental issues. She initiated mural painting on Climate Change threats with other artists and teenagers in Geneva in 2009.
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