Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies, Department of Geographical and Historical Studies
Rijal Ramdani is a PhD researcher at Responsive Natural Resources Governance (RNRG)-Research Group, University of Eastern Finland. In autumn 2018, he started his PhD work under the supervision of Dr Irmeli Mustalahti. His PhD articles were out in the Journal of Land Use Science and Forest Policy and Economics. By Autumn 2019, he conducted his second stage fieldwork study in Indonesia, mainly around the biosphere conservation of Giam Siak Bukti Batu (GSBB) Sumatra islands. Currently, he is working with the third and fourth articles of his PhD work relating to collaborative everyday adaptation and the scoping review of collaborative tools and methods in landscape governance.
Shifting conflict into collaboration: peatland fires mitigation in the biosphere conservation transition zone in Sumatra, IndonesiaRamdani, Rijal; Purnomo, Eko Priyo. 2022. International journal of wildland fire. 31: 1103-1113 A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Palm oil expansion in tropical peatland: Distrust between advocacy and service environmental NGOsRamdani, Rijal; Lounela, Anu K. 2020. Forest policy and economics. 118: 102242 A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Land ownership transformation before and after forest fires in Indonesian palm oil plantation areasPurnomo, Eko Priyo; Ramdani, Rijal; Agustiyara; Tomaro, Queenie Pearl V; Samidjo, Gatot Supangkat. 2019. Journal of land use science. 14: 37-51 A1 Journal article (refereed), original research