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September 1, 2022

A new publication in One Earth in collaboration with the Bern University of Applied Sciences and Fairtrade International anticipates potential impacts of climate extremes on Fairtrade producers of banana, cocoa, coffee and tea.

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April 16, 2021

A new article in Landscape Ecology finds that a land systems classification including essential aspects of landscape and land management into a consistent classification can improve upon traditional land cover maps in large-scale biodiversity assessment.


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September 24, 2020

Žiga Malek and Peter Verburg used a collection of studies on local land use decision-making, and studied whether they can identify how socio-economic, climatic, and soil and terrain contextual conditions influence the spatial distribution of different decision-making modes. They found out, that (to a large extent) land use decision-making can be explained by local spatial contexts.

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September 28, 2019

Using publicly accessible registries of organic crop farmers, GLP Members Žiga Malek and Peter Verburg mapped the farmers' distribution globally and related it to local socio-economic, climatic, and soil characteristics in Agricultural Systems.

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