Publications

In collaboration with the Claremont Colleges Library’s Scholarship@Claremont, EnviroLab Asia  is a digital-native site that explores some of the key environmental issues that Asia has confronted, and will continue to confront, across the 21st Century.

Volume 1, Issue 1 (2017) Justice, Indigeneity, and Development

Table of Contents: Volume 1: Oil Palm in Southeast Asia: Culture, Politics, and Sustainability
Foreword
Deborah Lapidus 

Introduction
Char Miller

Straits Talk
Char Miller

Articles
Considerations of Development in Malaysian Borneo
Zayn Kassam

Indigenous People, Development and Environmental Justice: Narratives of the Dayak People of Sarawak, Malaysia
Elizabeth Weinlein ’17

Development and Environmental Injustice in Malaysia: A Story of Indigenous Resistance in Sarawak
May Tay ’17

Resisting Dams and Plantations: Indigenous Identity in Sarawak
Wan Ping Chua ’17

First-Person Reflections
Hydropower, Oil Palm, and Sustainability
Fernando Salud ’17

Just Research
Ki’Amber Thompson ’18

Beyond Textbooks and Statistics
Jahnavi Kocha ’19

Oceans of Space
Stephanie Steinbrecher ’16

Adaptation and Power
Elizabeth Weinlein ’17

Volume 1, Issue 2 (2017) Art, Agency, and Activism – Cultural Productions


Along the Baram River: January 2016
Tom Iain White

Forest Threnody
Yii Kah Hoe

 

Volume 1, Issue 3 (2017) Science, Economics, and Policy

Articles
Landscapes of Globalisation in SE Asia
Brian G. McAdoo

Re-envisioning Sustainable Oil-Palm in SE Asia
Wallace M. Meyer III

The Impacts of Logging and Palm Oil on Aquatic Ecosystems and Freshwater Sources in Southeast Asia
Isabelle Ng ’17

Narratives about Energy, Megaprojects, and the Ecology of Tropical Rivers: The Baram River Dam Project
Marc Los Huertos

Institutional Responses to Pressures for Sustainable Palm Oil
Stephen Marks, Justin Lauw ’18, Shivang Mehta ’19, and Fernando Salud ’17

First-Person Reflections

What Does “Sustainable Development” Mean?
Grace Stewart ’17

Transformation
Wallace M. Meyer III

Up Close: An Interview
Madi Vorva ’17

Going Home
Johann Lim ’18