Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameNAITO Daisuke
AffiliationResearch Department, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionAssistant Professor
Arrival day2016/04/01
Leaving the office day2017/09/30
Year of Birth1978
Academic CareerGraduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University, PhD Course (2008)
Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University, M. Course (2005)
Faculty of Agriculture, Kyoto University (2003)
Professional CareerVisiting Fellow, Program in Agrarian Studies, Yale University (2010-11)
Research Fellow (Junior Specialist), University of California, Santa Cruz (2010)
Research Fellow, The Japan Society for the Promotion Science / Kyoto University, Center for Integrated Area Studies (CIAS) (2008-11)
Project Researcher, Research Institute foe Humanity and Nature (2007)
Higher DegreesM. Sc. Area Studies (Kyoto University,2005)
Ph.D. Area Studies (Kyoto University,2010)
Fields of SpecializationSoutheast Asian Area Studies
Political Ecology
Academic Society MembershipsJapanese Forest Society
The Japan Society of Tropical Ecology
AwardsMatsushita Asia Scholarship(2006)

 

Books

【Authored/Co-authored】

Ichikawa, M., Ubukata, F. and Naito, D. 2010,03 People and Forest Management in Tropical Asia: Local-level Impacts of Diverse Governance Systems, . Jimbunshoin,, Fushimi,Kyoto, 278pp. (in Japanese)

【Chapters/Sections】

Naito, D. 2010,03 “Balancing the Standards: Forest Certification and the Customary rights of Indigenous People in Sabah, Malaysia”. Ichikawa, M., Ubukata, F. and Naito, D. (ed.) People and Forest Management in Tropical Asia: Local-level Impacts of Diverse Governance Systems,. Jimbunshoin,, Fushimi,Kyoto, pp.151-168. (in Japanese)

Papers

【Original Articles】

Naito, D. 2010 “Implementation of Forest Certification and its Effects on the Indigenous Community in Sabah, Malaysia”. Journal of Forest Economics 56(2):13-22. (in Japanese) (reviewed).

Naito, D. 2008 Implementation of Forest Certification in Sabah, Malaysia. The proceedings of the 119th Annual meeting of the Japanese Forest Society. (in Japanese) Japanese Forest Society

Naito, D. 2007 The Local Community’s Involvement with forestry, Kinabatangan, Sabah, Malaysia. The proceedings of the 118th Annual meeting of the Japanese Forest Society. (in Japanese) Japanese Forest Society

Naito, D. 2005 . Development of Forest Certification Schemes in Malaysia, The proceeding of the 7th Kyoto University International Symposium, 2005 Coexistence with Nature in a ‘Glocalizing’ World – Field Science Perspectives-, Hotel Nai Lert Park, Bangkok, Thailand, 207-210. Kyoto University

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Naito, D. Environmental Audit as Ritual Practice. The 2012 Annual Meeting of Association of American Geographers, 2012.02.24-2012.02.28, New York, USA.

Naito, D. International Network on Eco-Cultural Diversities. The Change of forest use of local communities in Sabah, Malaysia, March 2009, Mokpo University, Korea.

Naito, D. Balancing Forest Sustainability: Forest Certification and Local Community in Malaysia. Forest Policies for a Sustainable Humanosphere, February 2009, Inamori Memorial Hall, Kyoto University .

Naito,D. Forest Certification and its impacts on local community in Malaysia. Forest Protection Schemeand its impact on local communities in Asia, December 2008, RIHN, Kyoto. (in Japanese)

Naito, D. Forest Certification and Local Community, Sabah, Malaysia. Certified Sustainability in Forestry, Timber Industry and Agriculture, September 2008, TUM Germany.

Naito, D. The Present Situation and Issue of Forest Certification in Tropical Countries, Tropical Forest Management in 21st century. 55th annual meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan, March 2008, Fukuoka.

Naito, D. Native Land and State Land in Sabah, Malaysia. The regular meeting of Kansai branch of Japan Association for Malaysian Studies, March 2008, RIHN , Kyoto.

Naito, D. Implementation of Forest Certification in Sabah, Malaysia. The 119th Annual meeting of the Japanese Forest Society, March 2008, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology.

Naito, D. The Local Community’s Involvement with forestry, Kinabatangan, Sabah, Malaysia. The 118th Annual meeting of the Japanese Forest Society, April 2007, Kyushu University.

Naito, D. The Orang Sungai Involvement in Rural Development, Kinabatangan, Sabah, Experiencing Development at the Margins in Malaysia: Views from Minorities, Peripheries and Women. Bilik Seminar, Institut Alam dan Tamadun Melayu (ATMA), March 2007, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia.

Naito, D. The Rural Development and Transition of Indigenous Community in Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia. International Symposium:‘Indigenous Communities: Voices towards Sustainability’, organized by Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and 21st Century COE Program: "Aiming for COE of Integrated Area Studies", March 2006, ASAFAS and CSEAS, Kyoto University.

Naito, D., Abe, K. Changing Forest Use in Indigenous Community in relation to Rural Development. Conference on Forestry and Forest Products Research 2005 -Investment for Sustainable Heritage and Wealth-, November 2005, Pan-Pacific Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Naito, D. The Ecological Knowledge of the Orang Asli and its Application to Future Environmental Sustainability: A Case Study of Temuan in Jelebu, Negeri Sembilan. International Conference on The Indigenous People 2005 -The Indigenous Population: Survival of Modern Living-, July 2005, Legend Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Naito, D., Abe, K., Okuda, T. Hood Salleh. Forest Certification and Local Communities in Malaysia. the 15th Annual Meeting of The Japan Society of Tropical Ecology, June 2005, Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall .

Naito, D., Abe, K., Okuda, T. Hood Salleh. The Changes of Subsistence Activities among Temuan Communities in Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia - focus on hunting and gathering. International Symposium for 15th Anniversary of JASTE, June 2005, Kyoto University Clock Tower Centennial Hall.

Naito, D. Orang Asli and Forest Certification in Malaysia. Symposium on Orang Asli: Social and Community Well Being, Bilik Mesyuarat Bersama LESTARI/PPS/IKMAS, organized by Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI), February 2004, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

【Poster Presentation】

Naito, D. Development of Forest Certification Schemes in Malaysia. the 7th Kyoto University International Symposium,2005 Coexistence with Nature in a ‘Glocalizing’ World –Field Science Perspectives-, November 2005, Hotel Nai Lert Park, Bangkok, Thailand .

【Invited Lecture / Honorary Lecture / Panelist】

Naito, D. “Environmental Responsibility: Local Understandings of ’Environmental’ Consumerism.”. Anthropology Colloquium, 2010, University of California, Santa Cruz,.

Naito, D. “Auditing Sustainability and the Rural Community: Social Impacts of Forest Certification in East Malaysia.”. Yale Agrarian Studies Colloquium, April 2011, Yale Program in Agrarian Studies,Yale University.

Naito, D. “Forest Certification and Rural Community: the Case of FSC Certified Forest in East Malaysia.”. Yale Forest Forum, November 2010, Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry Yale University School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.