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Zoological Society London (ZSL)
Presentation given on behalf of BRINCC Expedition to the Erasmus Darwin Award Ceremony at Zoological Society of London. Presentation covered social and anthropological research of BRINCC Expedition. View slides here.
Royal Geographical Society (RGS)
Presentation given on behalf of BRINCC at the annual Royal Geographical Society (RGS) Explore conference. The subject of the presentation was "People Orientated Research" and focused on how delegates can incorporate social research on expeditions and covered different ethical issues associated with working with communities. View slides here.
Natural History Museum, London
Presentation given on behalf of BRINCC at the Natural History Museum as part of the NHM's "Jungle Live" series. The presentation covers a general introduction to the work of BRINCC and covers what it is like to conduct fieldwork in remote jungle environments. The presentation is aimed at family audiences. View slides here.
Maryland Entomological Society
Presentation covering the extensive insect research conducted on BRINCC expedition 2011 and BRINCC's plans to expand insect research in Borneo. View slides here.
Office of the Bupati of Murung Raya (District Government)
Presentation providing recommendations based upon research in the Murung Raya. The presentations was followed by a discussion of the conservation challenges in the region with heads of departments from various government ministries and an agreement between BRINCC and the local government to share information and collaborate towards shared conservation goals.
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Cultivate Diversity! A Handbook on transdisciplinary approaches to agrobiodiversity research
A new book features BRINCC as a case study in how to conduct ethical transdisiplinary research with local communities.
This book presents theoretical backgrounds, methods and practical approaches for addressing the urgent issue of agrobiodiversity loss through transdisciplinary research. In short, transdisciplinary research aims at solving problems of societal relevance and does so by actively involving non-academic stakeholders into the research process.
The handbook focuses on the process of generating transformation knowledge for agrobiodiversity management and use. It is written from a science perspective targeting an audience of scientists in international and national research institutions, as well as practitioners and students. For more information about the book and details about how to order the book please click here.
BRINCC Expedition 2011: Preliminary Report
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Primary School Activity Booklet
Teachers' Guide to Activity Booklet
Closeup and Distortions Game
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