Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Centre for Global Food and Resources
Faculty of the Professions
My research will explore the sustainable adaptation potential for the smallholders in the socio-ecological upland of Indonesia. Using the agronomic and experimental economic approaches, I will identify the vulnerability aspects of the smallholders from the socio-economic (market, regulation, social capitals, etc.) and biophysical (climate and environmental change, ecosystem services) perspectives, and the smallholders' existing adaptation practices to cope with the vulnerability.
My research activity will be linked with IndoGreen, a research project in Indonesia managed by the Centre for Global Food and Resources of the University of Adelaide, funded by ACIAR starting from 2018-2012. The project involves the national and international institutions working in Indonesia, such as the Indonesian Centre for Agricultural Socio-economic and Policy Studies (ICASEPS) of the Ministry of Agriculture, the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) Indonesia country program, and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Indonesia program
Australia Awards Indonesia Scholarship
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