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Luky Adrianto

Dr. Luky Adrianto is Associate Professor in Social-Ecological System Analysis of the Fisheries and Coastal Resources Governance at the Graduate School of Coastal and Marine Resources Management, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Bogor Agricultural Unversity (IPB). He is also the Dean of Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, IPB. Prior to the Dean, he was appointed by the President of IPB as Director of Center for Coastal and Marine Resources Studies, since 2013. His first academic degree (B.Sc) was granted from IPB in Fisheries Sciences (major in Fisheries Socio-Economics) in 1993, and then M.Sc. in Fisheries Sciences in 2000 from Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences, Kagoshima University, Japan. His PhD was taken from the United Graduate School of Marine Environmental Sciences, Kagoshima University, Japan with major in Fisheries Resources Management in 2004. He has been working for more than 15 years in the field of coastal and marine resources management, including fisheries. His publications appeared in the Journal of Marine Policy, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Environment, Development and Sustainability as well as in some reputable journals on related studies in Indonesia. In 2010, he published FAO’s Technical Book on Mainstreaming Fisheries Co-Management in Indonesia and funded by ICSF published book entitled Local Construction of Fisheries Management in Indonesia. With other colleagues from ZMT Bremen, he co-led SPICE II Cluster 6 on Social-Ecological System Analysis for Coastal and Marine Resources Governance 2005-2010. The other publication include Coral Governance in Indonesia (IPB Press, 2013), Mainstreaming Marine Conservation Governance for Sustainable Fisheries in Indonesia (IPB Press, 2015). Since 2010, he is acting as Regional Task Force in Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) for the PEMSEA (Partnership of the Environmental Management of the Seas of East Asia) which he has been involving in the capacity building program for Cambodia, Thailand and Timor Leste, and since 2014, he is also coordinating a Learning Networks of Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) in his country. In 2015, he was elected as the Co-Chair for International Advisory Board, Coastal and Marine Institute, Xiamen University, China. In 2016, he is appointed as the leader for the expert group for developing national fisheries policy platform in Indonesia for 2016-2020.

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