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PANGEA is a scoping study selected by NASA’s Terrestrial Ecology (TE) Program to work with tropical scientists and partners as well as the remote sensing community to outline a future NASA field campaign focused on the tropics.
What drives woodland resurgence in mountain areas, and how can it best benefit local communities and ecosystems? Mountain Research and Development invites systematic assessments of innovative interventions or action research, empirical studies and meta-analyses on trends, drivers, and consequences, as well as review-based agendas for research, policies, or action.
The selected candidate will join the FLORA research team, collaborating with researchers in the team, department and beyond, to answer the project’s first main research question: “How far are current global food systems from environmental sustainability and health goals?”. Deadline: 1 February 2024
A new article in One Earth quantifies the importance of motivational factors for adoption of sustainable agriculture in Europe.
A new article in One Earth examines interventions that reduce deforestation and finds that effectiveness varies, and not all are equitable.
A new study in Biological Conservation examines records of international conservation funding to South American major deforestation regions, which reveals a shift towards prioritizing remote areas with high carbon storage over those with high species richness, a strong interest in the Amazon, and varied interests of bilateral donors comparing to multilateral donors.
Read a recap of the GLP Land Abandonment Working Group's PhD course held last summer at the University of Copenhagen.
This year’s conference theme is “Revisiting What is Wild for Coexisting.” With this in mind, among other topics, Pathways Europe 2024 will be exploring topics related to native and non-native wildlife, debates around sharing different landscapes for the conservation of wildlife, and how to adapt to forthcoming changes for enhancing coexistence.
Learn more about the University of Arizona's “Adaptation and Response in Drylands (ARID)” scoping study, which was selected by NASA’s Terrestrial Ecology (TE) Program to work with dryland scientists and stakeholders as well as the remote sensing community to outline a future NASA field campaign focused on drylands.