Children's views of environmental change: a bleak future for Borneo's forests
This video actually belongs to the children in Borneo who provided these 'wake up call' messages to change the future of forests, and whose participation made â€‹â€‹this research study possible.
This is part of our broader research (http://goo.gl/mOgbn7) which assessed children's perceptions of their current and future environment, in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo.
This is a study in collaboration with the 'Borneo Futures' initiative (http://www.borneofutures.org/borneo-futures.html) and the 'Center for International Forestry Research' (http://www.cifor.org/)
More information on:
- Pellier A-S, et al. (2014) Through the Eyes of Children: Perceptions of Environmental Change in Tropical Forests. PLoS ONE 9(8): e103005. http://goo.gl/dFdVEW
- ResearchGate: http://goo.gl/cXJbdc
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