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GLP aims to organize Open Science Meetings for the entire GLP community every 2 to 4 years. Among the goals of Open Science Meetings are to be a place where the GLP community can exchange progress on science, to be inspired by debates on advances and the links between science, policy and practice, and to forge contacts with other GLP community members.
On November 4-8, 2024 the Global Land Programme (GLP) will hold our 5th Open Science Meeting (OSM) in Oaxaca, Mexico. The call for sessions is currently open and accepting your ideas until 10 December 2023.
The Global Land Programme (GLP), one of Future Earth’s global research projects, convened its bi-annual open science meeting in Bern, Switzerland, April 24-26, 2019. The meeting was hosted by the University of Bern and its Centre for Development and Environment (CDE). The conference themes were: 1. What are the visions for the planetary land system? Land as the nexus for addressing global challenges 2. What do people want from land? Navigating the trade-offs and fostering synergies in land systems. 3. How do we support transformation? New frontiers in studying and governing land systems
The Global Land Programme (GLP), one of Future Earth’s core projects, convened its bi-annual open science meeting in Beijing, China October 24-27, 2016. The meeting was hosted by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS). In response to the recently endorsed Agenda 2030 and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the conference theme was ‘Land system science: understanding realities and developing solutions’.
From 19 to 21 March, the Second GLP Open Science Meeting 'Land Transformations: between global challenges and local realities’ took place at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, hosted by IRI THESys in cooperation with Geography Department.
The first GLP Open Science Meeting 'Land Systems, global change and sustainability' took place at Arizona State University and aimed to bring together large parts of the international research community working on land change issues, showcase the width and scope of ongoing research, help build a community in this highly interdisciplinary field, inspire new research, and facilitate review, theory building and extrapolation.