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Coastal landscapes, sustainable consumption and peripheral communities: evaluating the Miramar Resort controversy in Shanyuan Bay, Taiwan. (2020)
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HUANG, Y.-C. and MABON, L. 2021. Coastal landscapes, sustainable consumption and peripheral communities: evaluating the Miramar resort controversy in Shanyuan Bay, Taiwan. Marine policy [online], 123, article ID 104283. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2020.104283

This paper elaborates challenges for sustainable development based on consumption of the coastal environment through tourism, evaluating the case of the Miramar Resort in Taitung County, Taiwan. Thinking in terms of the blue economy and more sensitiv... Read More about Coastal landscapes, sustainable consumption and peripheral communities: evaluating the Miramar Resort controversy in Shanyuan Bay, Taiwan..

Climate change, marginalised communities and considered debate within Scotland's climate emergency. (2020)
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MABON, L. and CRAWFORD, N.J.I. (eds.) 2020. Climate change, marginalised communities and considered debate within Scotland's climate emergency. Scottish geographical journal [online], 136(1-4): climate change, COP26 and the crucible of crisis, pages 41-48. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/14702541.2020.1834335

The announcement by the Scottish Government of a global 'climate emergency' in May 2019, and the selection of Glasgow as the host city for the main COP26 talks to be held in late 2021 has helped focus attention to the impact of climate change in Scot... Read More about Climate change, marginalised communities and considered debate within Scotland's climate emergency..

Inherent resilience, major marine environmental change and revitalisation of coastal communities in Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. (2020)
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MABON, L., KAWABE, M., HUANG, Y.-C., MOLLER, L., GU, J., WAKAMORI, D., NARITA, K., ITO, T., MATSUMOTO, A., NIIZEKI, K., SUZUKI, S. and WATANABE, M. 2020. Inherent resilience, major marine environmental change and revitalisation of coastal communities in Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. International journal of disaster risk reduction [online], 51, article ID 101852. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101852

The Fukushima Dai'ichi nuclear accident presents challenging circumstances for disaster recovery in coastal communities, as ongoing uncertainties around the nuclear plant's decommissioning may create new risks in the future. Within disaster risk stud... Read More about Inherent resilience, major marine environmental change and revitalisation of coastal communities in Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan..

What natural and social scientists need from each other for effective marine environmental assessment: insights from collaborative research on the Tomakomai CCS demonstration project. (2020)
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MABON, L., KITA, J., ONCHI, H., KAWABE, M., KATANO, T., KOHNO, H. and HUANG, Y.-C. 2020. What natural and social scientists need from each other for effective marine environmental assessment: insights from collaborative research on the Tomakomai CCS demonstration project. Marine pollution bulletin [online], 159, article ID 111520. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2020.111520

We propose actions to guide collaboration between ‘natural’ and ‘social’ science disciplines in marine environmental issues. Despite enthusiasm for interdisciplinarity on environmental issues, institutional and disciplinary barriers remain for interd... Read More about What natural and social scientists need from each other for effective marine environmental assessment: insights from collaborative research on the Tomakomai CCS demonstration project..

Social science studies of the environment in Taiwan: what can the international community learn from work published within Taiwan? (2019)
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HUANG, Y.-C., FAN, M.-F., YANG, C.-Y. and MABON, L. 2020. Social science studies of the environment in Taiwan: what can the international community learn from work published within Taiwan? Local environment [online], 25(1), pages 36-42. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2019.1693987

This Translations contribution synthesises critical environmental social science research produced in Taiwan and published largely in Chinese. Taiwan is distinctive in east Asia in that it has had, over several decades, a relatively large and prolifi... Read More about Social science studies of the environment in Taiwan: what can the international community learn from work published within Taiwan?.