Osamu Saito
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The IPBES Conceptual Framework—connecting nature and people
S Díaz, S Demissew, J Carabias, C Joly, M Lonsdale, N Ash, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 14, 1-16, 2015
Urbanization, biodiversity and ecosystem services: challenges and opportunities: a global assessment
T Elmqvist, M Fragkias, J Goodness, B Güneralp, PJ Marcotullio, ...
Springer Nature, 2013
Assessment of ecosystem services in homegarden systems in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam
H Mohri, S Lahoti, O Saito, A Mahalingam, N Gunatilleke, G Hitinayake, ...
Ecosystem Services 5, 124-136, 2013
Working with indigenous, local and scientific knowledge in assessments of nature and nature’s linkages with people
R Hill, Ç Adem, WV Alangui, Z Molnár, Y Aumeeruddy-Thomas, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 43, 8-20, 2020
Satoyama--satoumi ecosystems and human well-being
AK Duraiappah
United Nations University Press, 2012
Higher education for sustainable development: Actioning the global goals in policy, curriculum and practice
I Franco, O Saito, P Vaughter, J Whereat, N Kanie, K Takemoto
Sustainability Science 14 (6), 1621-1642, 2019
Toward knowledge structuring of sustainability science based on ontology engineering
T Kumazawa, O Saito, K Kozaki, T Matsui, R Mizoguchi
Sustainability Science 4 (1), 99-116, 2009
The role of traditional ecological knowledge in ecosystem services management: the case of four rural communities in Northern Ghana
YA Boafo, O Saito, S Kato, C Kamiyama, K Takeuchi, M Nakahara
International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services …, 2016
Quantifying and mapping of water-related ecosystem services for enhancing the security of the food-water-energy nexus in tropical data–sparse catchment
M Sahle, O Saito, C Fürst, K Yeshitela
Science of the Total Environment 646, 573-586, 2019
Satoyama-satoumi ecosystems and human wellbeing: socio-ecological production landscapes of Japan (summary for decision makers)
JSS Assessment
United Nations University, Tokyo, 2010
Post-2020 biodiversity targets need to embrace climate change
A Arneth, YJ Shin, P Leadley, C Rondinini, E Bukvareva, M Kolb, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (49), 30882-30891, 2020
Non-market food provisioning services via homegardens and communal sharing in satoyama socio-ecological production landscapes on Japan’s Noto peninsula
C Kamiyama, S Hashimoto, R Kohsaka, O Saito
Ecosystem Services 17, 185-196, 2016
Fostering biocultural diversity in landscapes through place-based food networks: a “solution scan” of European and Japanese models
T Plieninger, R Kohsaka, C Bieling, S Hashimoto, C Kamiyama, T Kizos, ...
Sustainability Science 13 (1), 219-233, 2018
Sustainability science and implementing the sustainable development goals
O Saito, S Managi, N Kanie, J Kauffman, K Takeuchi
Sustainability Science 12 (6), 907-910, 2017
The pathway to a sustainable industrial society–initiative of the Research Institute for Sustainability Science (RISS) at Osaka University
T Morioka, O Saito, H Yabar
Sustainability Science 1 (1), 65-82, 2006
Education for disaster risk reduction (DRR): Linking theory with practice in Ghana’s basic schools
PT Apronti, S Osamu, K Otsuki, G Kranjac-Berisavljevic
Sustainability 7 (7), 9160-9186, 2015
Resource use and waste generation by the tourism industry on the big island of Hawaii
O Saito
Journal of Industrial Ecology 17 (4), 578-589, 2013
Provisioning ecosystem services-sharing as a coping and adaptation strategy among rural communities in Ghana's semi-arid ecosystem
YA Boafo, O Saito, GS Jasaw, K Otsuki, K Takeuchi
Ecosystem Services 19, 92-102, 2016
Mapping methodology of public urban green spaces using GIS: An example of Nagpur City, India
S Lahoti, M Kefi, A Lahoti, O Saito
Sustainability 11 (7), 2166, 2019
Mapping and characterizing ecosystem services of social–ecological production landscapes: Case study of Noto, Japan
S Hashimoto, S Nakamura, O Saito, R Kohsaka, C Kamiyama, ...
Sustainability Science 10 (2), 257-273, 2015
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