Global Water Partnership is launching the Water ChangeMaker Awards to make visible the teams and organizations who shape water decisions that build climate resilience.
Despite the general consensus that restoration efforts should regain ecological function while enhancing human wellbeing, research rarely includes both elements.
Collective tenure has been recognized in legislation for over a decade. What’s new is that it’s now being implemented, which has created a whole new area for research.
There are many initiatives and instruments for carbon offsetting and climate change mitigation, but how are they developing? What is their implementation status? And how effective are they for...
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One year after the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Climate Agreement were adopted, actors in different sectors are processing how these new agendas affect their operations and...
The joint SIANI-SLU Global and Focali Workshop on Community resource management, landscapes and climate change in South- and Southeast Asia took place on 16-17 May.
Goetz M. Richter (Rothamsted Research) on the challenges of using life cycle assessment and other methods for analysing land use practices
Mats Sandewall (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) on using a participatory field point sampling (pfps) method for assesing land use situation and trends in Southeast Asia
Oskar Englund (Chalmers University of Technology) on understanding how biomass production systems can be designed to support other ecosystem services in the landscape