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GLP Member Van Butsic writes in a new PPIC report that California’s headwater forests are not thriving under current management practices, and changes are needed to make them more resilient to periodic drought and long-term climate change.
The Department of Earth System Science (ESS) at The University of California Irvine seeks to hire an Assistant Professor with expertise in the coupling of human and natural systems, with the goal of strengthening the department’s commitment to understanding and teaching how Earth system change interacts with human systems.
This postdoctoral position focuses on understanding the role that agricultural commodity supply chain sustainability initiatives, such as certification schemes, moratoria, voluntary corporate commitments and government regulations, play in reducing the clearance forests and other ecosystems in the tropics.
Within a joint project with CIAT/Nairobi Karlsruhe Institute of Technology seeks a post-doctoral scientist or Ph.D. student to explore how different management practices affect crop yields, soil carbon pools and other ecosystems across Eastern Africa.
The Faculty of Economics and Management Science of Leipzig University is looking to fill this position as soon as possible.
The first of a series of Future Earth Natural Assets Knowledge Action Network (KAN) workshops was held this past September 12-13 at the University of Bern, Switzerland.
GLP Member Ramon Felipe Bicudo da Silva and GLP North American Nodal Office Co-Coordinator Emilio Moran have published a new article in Land.
GLP Member James Millington has published a paper in Land examining important representational and modelling considerations in the context of global food trade and local land use, to help guide the development of hybrid models for investigating sustainability through the telecoupling framework.
The Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) invites submissions for a March 2018 conference in Berlin and Muencheberg, Germany, on recent advances in landscape research to enhance the development of sustainable agricultural land use and landscape strategies. The particular objective is to bring together key findings from relevant disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches as well as from basic and application-oriented research.