- City Life in the Midst of the Forest: a Punan Hunter-Gatherer’s Vision of Conservation and Development by Patrice Levang, Soaduon Sitorus and Edmond Dounias (full text)
- Ethnologists attempt to show forest dwellers perils of leaving the rain forest - Borneo’s ancient jungles offer new insight into modern life: it sucks
- According to 2003 statistics there were 8,956 Punan in East Kalimantan, of which 4,500 are now living in and around Malinau.
- In an effort to encourage the Punan to stay put, the Centre for International Forestry Research is working with local authorities and medical groups including Medecins du Monde to take medical help to remote villages.
- Forest-to-town, sago-to-rice: the changing diets of Borneo’s hunter-gatherers by Edmond Dounias, Audrey Selzner, Iwan Kurniawan and Patrice Levang, CIFOR
- Changing perceptions, uses and values of the forest among forest people in East-Kalimantan Project, For information, please contact: Patrice Levang firstname.lastname@example.org or Edmond Dounias email@example.com
- CIFOR: Malinau Research Forest - Sustainable and collaborative forest management
- CIFOR: Diet, disease and livelihoods in Borneo’s forests
- Interesting work on Malinau
- Report from Australian Magazine about the project
- http://www.itto.or.jp/live/Live_Server/1077/tfu.2005.03(17).e.pdf very short text on the subject (from ITTO magazine)