GLP Newsletter Issue No. 11 (April 2015)

Perspective: Inter-disciplinarity, human-environment interactions and the all-sidedness of man

Articles: Urban experiences from the U.S. Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) network; RegioPower - an online platform for interactive tools for participatory landscape assessment and planning; Co-innovation for water management in New Zealand; Climate related risks (droughts and floods) on agriculture: awareness on building resilience and increasing mitigation in Cote d'Ivoire; GeoBolivia, the public geographic data portal of the Plurnational State of Bolivia: a tool for the co-production of spatially explicit knowledge; The co-production of ecosystem service knowledge: experiences from large inter- and transdisciplinary projects; A legal tool for participatory methods in land systems science: the Thai model of Health Impact Assessment and the consideration of zoonotic diseases concerns into policies; Lessons for REDD+ from complex mosaic landscapes; Tools for co-creation of new knowledge for transformation to sustainable urban landscapes; Transition to sustainability: are participatory multi-scale scenarios a useful tool?

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