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The need to share landscapes between humans and wildlife presents a major societal challenge. For Pathways Europe 2022, we will explore the crucial question: how can we share landscapes in ways that are beneficial for both humans and wildlife in times of species extinction, climate change and social injustice? The deadline for organized sessions is 4 March, and the deadline for individual abstracts and posters is 1 April.
The Voices for Science program provides scientists interested in science communications and outreach with specialized training to hone their skills. Throughout the twelve-month program, participants work directly with AGU staff to conduct regular outreach activities with a variety of audiences in their local communities. Applications for the 2022-2023 cohort are open until 1 February 2022.
A new paper in Environmental Research Letters investigate the linkages between the inflow of both international and internal remittances and rural households' land use in forested landscapes in the Philippines.
A new paper in Biological Conservation analyzes over 250 papers on human and climatic impacts on Ecuadorian biodiversity and suggests areas for further research.
A new paper in the Journal of Land Use Science addresses strategic land-use planning instruments in land-use planning in tropical, low-income regions, and further details the extent to which the instruments' characteristics support land governance.
The Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS) has three new tenure track positions for associate senior lecturers. Deadline: 31 January
This year’s conference ‘Governing land for the future - what (r)evolutions do we need?’ focuses on the future of land governance. Deadline for abstracts: 11 February 2022.
Diana Sietz has been selected to be a lead author of the thematic assessment of the interlinkages among biodiversity, water, food and health (Nexus assessment) of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES).
With this year’s focus topic "Racing to climate justice? Debating the multiple temporalities of just transformations", the program provides an intensive training with four seminars in two years that broaden the research competencies of early-career researchers and promote their qualification towards transdisciplinary leadership.