Ani Septian Adiwinata Nawir

Biography

Ani Septian Adiwinata Nawir is an associate professor at School of Government and Public Policy since 2017. Earned his Ph.D. in Canberra at the Fenner School of Environment & Society, Australian National University (ANU). She is also actively working as National Senior Socioeconomics Scientist in Sustainable Forest Landscape and Food Theme in Center For International Forestry Research (CIFOR) to coordinating, directing, and facilitating the development of a landscape-based strategy for integrated natural resources management at the district level under participatory action research approach. She also coordinates, directs, and facilitates in-depth analysis of the socio-economic aspects and relevant policy frameworks at various natural resources management scales at the local, national and international scopes, such as having an in-depth understanding on the impacts of industrial activities on local livelihoods.



  • Professional Activities

    Faculty Members of School of Government and Public Policy (SGPP) Indonesia

  • Areas of Expertise

    Faculty Members of School of Government and Public Policy (SGPP) Indonesia


Current Publications

Viikki, A. A., Brockhaus, M., Kallio, M., Pham, T. T., Nawir, A. A., Phimmavong, S., Mwamakimbullah, R., and Jacovelli, P. What drive smallholder tree growing? Enabling conditions in a changing policy environment. Forest Policy and Economics. Forthcoming.

 

Putro, W. D. and Nawir, A. A. (2018). In Tolomundu, F. (Ed.)  Review on the impact of Act No. 23 (UU 23/2014) on community-based management regimes in facilitating the integrated management of timber and non-timber forest products at farm and landscape level (Published in Indonesian). Yogyakarta:  CIFOR (Centre for International Forestry Research) and Mataram University.

 

Nawir, A. A., Wicaksono, S. A., Amirah, Y. and Goib, B. K. (2018). Policy framework in facilitating an integrated Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) for enhancing local livelihoods in Indonesia. In Purwanto, E. (Ed.) Forest Landscape Restoration Manual (chapter 5). Bogor:  Tropenbos Indonesia.

 

Nawir, A. A., Wicaksono, S. A., Purwanto, E., Yumn, A. and Goib, B. K. (2018). Circumventing shortcomings of conventional approaches to Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) in Indonesia. In Purwanto, E. (Ed.) Forest landscape restoration manual. Bogor: Tropenbos Indonesia.

 

Maryudi, A. and Nawir, A. A. (Eds.) (2017). ‘Hutan Rakyat Di Simpang Jalan’ (‘Which Way Forward? Smallholder Tree Planting and Artisanal Timber Processing and Marketing’). Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press.

 

Maryudi, A., Ani A Nawir, Sumardamto, P., Sekartaji, D.A., Soraya, E., Yuwono, T. , Siswoko, B.D., Mulyana, B., and Supriyatno, N.(2017). Beyond good wood: Exploring strategies for small-scale forest growers and enterprises to benefit from legal and sustainable certification in Indonesia. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics. 118 (1) , 17-29.

 

Nawir, A. A., Gunarso, P., Santoso, H., Julmansyah and Hakim, M. R. (2016). Experiences, lessons and future directions for forest landscape restoration in Indonesia. In Appanah, S. (Ed.)  Forest landscape restoration for Asia-Pacific forests. Bangkok, Thailand : FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) and RECOFT (The Center for People and Forests). Available from: http://www.fao.org/3/a-i5412e.pdf

 

Maryudi, A., Nawir, A. A., Sekartaji, D. A., Sumardamto, P., Purwanto, R. H., Sadono, R., Suryanto, P., Soraya, E. and Riyanto, S. (2016, July 13). Farmers’ knowledge on multiple regulatory regimes governing supply chains of timber from privately-grown smallholder plantations in Indonesia. Journal of Small-Scale Forestry.

 

Nawir, A. A., Maryudi, A., Syafii, S., Nomeni, Y., Putro, W., Kian, A., Sumardamto, P., Amirah, Y., Manalu, P., Julmansyah and Danayasa, P. (2016). Policy framework for complementary management of timber and non-timber forest products to enhance local livelihoods in Indonesia. Abstract accepted at the IUFRO Small-scale Forestry Conference 2016 in Brazil. (Note: at the end this was not presented due to the cancellation of attendance due to health issue).