Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameLIN, Hebin
AffiliationResearch Department
PositionProject Researcher
Arrival day2013-07-01
Leaving the office day2013-09-30
Year of Birth1981
Academic CareerGraduate School of Environment and Natural Resources, Renmin University of China, China (2004)
Graduate School of International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan (2006)
Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Japan (2013)
Professional CareerTeaching Assistant, Hiroshima University, Japan (2005)
Research Assistant, Hiroshima University and Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan (2006)
Research Assistant, Kyoto University, Japan (2008-2011)
Lecturer, Training Course, International Lake Environment Committee Foundation-Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan (2011-2013)
Research Assistant, Kobe University, Japan (2012)
Visiting Researcher, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan (2013)
Project Researcher, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan (2013)
Higher DegreesPh.D. in Global Environmental Studies (Kyoto University, 2013)
M.A. in Master of Arts (Hiroshima University, 2006)
B.A. in Public Administration (Renmin University of China, 2004)
Fields of SpecializationEcological economics
Environmental economics
Watershed management
Ecosystm management

 

Books

【Chapters/Sections】

Lin H, Thornton JA 2013,10 Integrated payments for ecosystem services: a governance path from lakes and rivers to coastal areas in China. Mohammed EY (ed.) Economic Incentives for Marine and Coastal Conservation. Earthscan, London, pp.69-92.

Tanaka K, Lin H 2007,09 Indicator development of social capacity for environmental management. Matsuoka S (ed.) Effective Environmental Management in Developing Countries: Assessing Social Capacity Development. Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, Hampshire, pp.27-52.

Papers

【Original Articles】

Lin H, Thornton JA, Slawski TM 2013,03 Participatory and evolutionary integrated lake basin management. Lakes & Reservoirs: Research and Management 18(1):81-87. DOI:10.1111/lre.12015 (reviewed).

Thornton JA, Lin H, Slawski TM 2013,03 People and ponds: the participatory role of humans in integrated lake basin management. Lakes & Reservoirs: Research and Management 18(1):3-4. DOI:10.1111/lre.12020 (reviewed).

Lin H, Thornton JA, Slawski TM, Rast W 2013,01 Partnerships of payments for ecosystem services on the watershed scale. Aquatic Sciences and Technology 1(1):119-142. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ast.v1i1.2891 (reviewed).

Slawski TM, Thornton JA, Lin H 2012,10 Planning for protection in SE Wisconsin. LakeLine Winter:50-55. (reviewed).

Lin H, Ueta K 2012,09 Lake watershed management: services, monitoring, funding and governance. Lakes & Reservoirs: Research and Management 17(3):207-223. DOI:10.1111/lre.12003 (reviewed).

Lin H, Nakamura M 2012,09 Payments for watershed services: directing incentives for improving lake basin governance. Lakes & Reservoirs: Research and Management 17(3):191-206. DOI:10.1111/lre.12004 (reviewed).

Lin H 2012,02 The global science of integrated water governance. Journal of Environmental Sciences and Engineering 1(10):1167-1174. DOI:http://www.davidpublishing.com/davidpublishing/Upfile/1/21/2013/2013012103033636.pdf (reviewed).

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Lin H Rewarding conservation services for water and biodiversity: science, stakeholders, organizations and rules. 2nd World Congress of Biodiversity, Ecology and Environment, 2013.04.23-2012.04.27, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China.

Lin H, Thornton JA, Slawski TM Payments for ecosystem services in lake watersheds: values, incentives and institutions. North American Lake Management Society 32nd Conference, 2012.11.07-2012.11.09, Madison city, Wisconsin state, USA.

Lin H, Nakamura M, Ueta K, Mori A Payments for improving ecosystem services on a watershed scale (PIES-W): the case of lakes and reservoirs. 14th World Lake Conference, 2011.10.31-2011.11.04, Austin city, Texas state, USA.

Lin H, Ueta K Institutional mechanism of payments for improving ecosystem services on the watershed scale (PIES-W): innovation and challenges. North American Lake Management Society 31st Conference, 2010.10.26-2010.10.28, Spokane county, Washington state, USA.

Lin H, Mori A A Payment for watershed services (PWS) in developing countries - the perspectives of system integrity and incentive pattern. 13th World Lake Conference, 2009.11.01-2009.11.05, Wuhan city, Hubei province, China.

Lin H, Mori A Payment for watershed services (PWS) in developing countries - the perspectives of system integrity and incentive pattern. Japanese Society of Environmental Economics and Policy Annual Conference, 2009.09.26-2009.09.27, Chiba city, Chiba prefecture, Japan.

Lin H, Tanaka K, Matsuoka S S Efficiency-based indicator development: an application to social capacity for environmental management. Japanese Society for International Development 7th Spring Conference, 2006.06.10-2006.06.11, Yamaguchi city, Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan.

【Poster Presentation】

Lin H, Thornton JA, Slawski TM Bridging ecology and economics: services, payments and boundaries. International Society for Ecological Economics 12th Conference, 2012.06.16-2012.06.19, Rio de Janeiro city, Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil.

Lin H, Sato M Payments for watershed services (PWS): economic valuation of perceived changes and adaptive incentives of goods/services. International Symposium of Integrated Coastal Management for Marine Biodiversity in Asia, 2010.01.14-2010.01.15, Kyoto city, Kyoto prefecture, Japan.