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A new paper in Environmental Research evaluates whether district-level greenness exposure is associated with a reduced risk of COVID-19 deaths in India.
A new paper in Conservation draws from over 70 local interviews with stakeholders in Brazil to assess the role that relational values can play as a “deep” leverage point for a land-use transition in the Amazon.
This is a call for applications for a 3-day summer school at the University of Copenhagen around the theme of “Epistemes and Materialities of Extractive Capitalism”. The course brings together researchers concerned with the extraction of natural resources, under and above ground, in ways that generate human and non-human depletion. Deadline: 15 April 2023
Social innovations can help revive mountain economies, including through alternative economic pathways. The panelists will share and discuss findings on a regional initiative in the Swiss Alps and experiences from civil society initiatives in the Hindu Kush Himalaya, Georgia, and Ecuador. The event is an opportunity to jointly reflect on how social innovations can be fostered for the benefit of mountain economies.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED! The GLP Socio-Ecological Land Systems of Latin America working group is happy to invite you to their next webinar led by Sébastien Boillat. This webinar aims at bringing together different perspectives of decolonizing land system science with a focus on Latin America, including indigenous perspectives on the land, knowledge co-construction, cartography and representation, and challenges faced by land system researchers in Latin America.
In a webinar on 21 February 2023, authors of The Land Gap Report joined The Global Land Programme (GLP) and the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) to share their findings that countries’ climate pledges rely on unrealistic amounts of land-based carbon removal.
The Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability (Michigan State University) and USDA Midwest Climate Hub seek a self-motivated graduate student with interests in remote sensing, agricultural production, climate shocks, resilience, sustainability, telecoupling, and/or metacoupling. Review of applications will begin 31 March 2023.
The Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability (Michigan State University) and USDA Midwest Climate Hub seek a self-motivated postdoctoral research associate to join an exciting multi-institutional USDA-funded 5-year research project. The transdisciplinary team is investigating the complex interactions and cumulative impacts of multiple shocks (e.g., climate change and disease outbreaks) on the resilience and sustainability of agri-food systems in the U.S. Midwest and beyond. Review of applications will begin 31 March 2023.
The Anthropocene Lab - a new programme at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden - aims to develop scientific understanding and synthesis of the Anthropocene biosphere, and will work across the sciences and the humanities, engage with actors outside of academia to stimulate change, and help foster a new generation of transdisciplinary sustainability scientists. Deadline: 31 March 2023