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KC3 provides a long list of experts and practitioners not only on climate change but also on cross-cutting issues such as natural resources management, agroforestry, economics, among others.

Dr. Enrique Oracion

Philippines
Category/ies
  • Natural Resources Management/Ecosystem Management
  • Cross-Cutting Climate Change Issues
ExpertiseEnvironmental Anthropology, Anthropology of Tourism, Coastal Resource Management
Institution/ AffiliationSilliman University, Philippines
Educational Background
  • A.B. Major in Sociology, Siliman University
  • M.A. Major in Sociology, Siliman University
  • Ph.D. Anthropology, University of San Carlos
Publication/s
  • Toward developing a complete understanding: a social science research agenda for marine protected areas
    P Christie, BJ McCay, ML Miller, C Lowe, AT White, RW Stoffle, ...Fisheries 28 (12), 22-26
  • The dynamics of stakeholder participation in marine protected area development: A case study in Batangas, Philippines. Siliman journal 44: 96-137 (2003).
  • A mayor and his politics of marine protected areas: A case study in political anthropology of environmentalist discourse. Philippine quarterly of culture & society 34 (4): 338-375 (2006).
  • Beyond physical space: The human and cultural complexities in marine protected area management. Silliman journal 46 (2):138-168 (2005).
  • Marine protected areas for whom? Fisheries, tourism, and solidarity in a Philippine community. Ocean and coastal management 48: 393-410 (with Marc Miller and Patrick Christie, 2005).
  • Constructed Wetland as Wastewater Treatment Facility: Its Potential in Mitigating Water Scarcity Due to Climate Change (with Robert S. Guino-o II)
  • The Socioeconomic Assessment of the Vulnerability to Flooding of Pagatban River, Negros Oriental
  • Are the children willing? Intergenerational support for marine protected area sustainability, Silliman journal 47 (1): 48-72 (2006).
  • The Efficiency and Social Acceptability of Constructed Wetland of Bayawan City, Negros Oriental (with Robert S. Guino-o II)
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