Connecting People through the Blessings of Satoyama and Satoumi
Duration: 6.30 --- 03/04/2018
UNU-IAS and the company e-front have been working together on a project that aims to use the satoyama and satoumi of the Urato Islands in Japan to create opportunities for people to interact and revitalise farmland that is increasingly being abandoned. This video introduces the project and how it has made an impact on the islands’ people.
The Satoyama Initiative and Eco-DRR
Duration: 18.28 --- 26/10/2017
A presentation given by Mr. William Dunbar of UNU-IAS ISI at the IUCN Asia “Forum for Advancing Eco-DRR into Sustainable Development”, 24 May 2017, Bangkok, Thailand.
Bouncing Back from Disaster – Working with Nature to Create a Brighter Future for the Urato Islands
Duration: 14.44 --- 09/10/2015
This video captures a portrait of people engaged in community recovery featuring the abundant nature of satoyama and satoumi on and around the Urato Islands, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.
Forest Management in Practice – Danuohei village in China –
Duration: 11.17 --- 29/01/2014
Positive interdependent relationship between the Sani people (Chinese minority group) and their living environment
The Secret to High Quality Tea
Duration: 13.15 --- 01/07/2012
The harmonious balance between tea production and biodiversity conservation which has been maintained over years
Striving to Restore the way of Life. Kirikiri, Otsuchi-cho, Iwate Japan
Duration: 14.58 --- 18/04/2012
A record of the rebuilding process of the way of life of the people in Kirikiri, Otsuchi-cho, Iwate Japan
From Mountain to Sea: A Vision to Rebuild Tohoku
Duration: 10.19 --- 24/11/2011
Applying Satoyama Initiative concepts to the rebuilding of Japan’s Tohoku region after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami
Nature’s Bounty and Inheriting Wisdom
Duration: 14.10 --- 23/08/2010
Modern and traditional practices work hand in hand for sustainable farming
Life in a Vibrant Satoyama Forest
Duration: 10:35 --- 28/09/2009
Sustainable forest management is one of the practices used in maintaining Satoyama landscapes. This video introduces two entrepreneurs who employ both traditional knowledge and scientific advancement to support the biological diversity of their forests and mountains.