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May 29, 2024

A new paper in Environmental Research Letters finds stricter land-use and conservation planning are urgently needed to avoid adverse social-ecological outcomes.

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May 9, 2024

A new paper in Global Environmental Change focuses on actors and land uses often overlooked in top-down planning in dry forests in Argentina, Bolivia, Mozambique, India, and Cambodia. The scalable approach bridges large-scale planning and place-based interventions.

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December 13, 2021

A new paper in PNAS demonstrates an approach to identify homesteads of forest-dependent people and to track their resource base over 30 years across the entire South American Gran Chaco (1.1 million km2).  The transferable and scalable methodology puts forest smallholders on the map and can help to uncover the land-use conflicts at play in many deforestation frontiers across the globe.

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August 22, 2021

What started as a discussion at the 2019 GLP OSM is now a paper in the Journal of Land Use Science! In it, the authors aim to start a discussion on how to better include culture in land system science (LSS). 

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