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Session Overview
Location: MB-220
Main Building, room 220, second floor, west wing, 154 (+22) seats
Date: Wednesday, 24/Apr/2019
11:15am
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12:45pm
211RA: Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development - Part A
Location: MB-220
Chair: Patrick Hostert
Chair: Veronique De Sy
 
Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Using pseudo ground-truth data for constructing historical land-cover maps: An Australian case study

Marco Rodrigo Calderon Loor, Brett Bryan, Michalis Hadjikakou

Deakin University, Australia



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Innovating land monitoring in support of climate change mitigation and sustainable land use strategies

Veronique De Sy1, Martin Herold1, Sarah Carter1, Astrid Bos1, Patric Brandt1, Nancy Harris2, Renske Hijbeek3, Marloes van Loon3, Johannes Reiche1

1: Laboratory of Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing, Wageningen University, the Netherlands; 2: World Resource Institute, Washington DC, USA; 3: Plant Production Systems, Wageningen University, the Netherlands



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Mapping silage bags - the missing link between agriculture and livestock

Philipp Gaertner1, Pedro Fernandez1, Ignacio Gasparri1,2

1: Instituto de Ecología Regional, Tucumán, Argentina, Argentine Republic; 2: Instituto de Investigación Animal del Chaco Semiárido., Tucumán, Argentina



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Introducing dynamic composite periods for pixel-based crop type mapping using Sentinel-2A imagery

Daniel Doktor, Maximilian Lange, Sebastian Preidl

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Annual global land cover maps from the 1990s to 2016 for climate modelling: achievements of the Land Cover component of the ESA Climate Change Initiative evolving to the Copernicus Climate Change operational service

P. Defourny1, C. Brockmann3, C. Lamarche1, S. Bontemps1, F. Achard2, M. Boettcher3, T. De Maet1, P. Gamba4, S. Hagemann5, A. Hartley6, L. Hoffman7, G. Georgievski5, G. Kirches3, N. MacBean8, P. Mayaux2, I. Moreau1, C. Ottle8, C. Pathe9, P. Peylin7, J. Radoux1, F. Ramoino10, M. Santoro11, C. Schmullius9, E. Van Bogaert1, U. Wegmüller11, M. Zuehlke3, O. Arino10

1: UCLouvain-Geomatics (Belgium), Belgium; 2: Joint Research Center; 3: Brockmann Consult GmbH, Germany; 4: University of Pavia, Italy;; 5: Max Plank Institute for Meteorology, Germany; 6: MET Office, United Kingdom; 7: LIST, Luxembourg; 8: LSCE, France; 9: University of Jena, Germany; 10: ESA-ESRIN, Italy; 11: GAMMA Remote Sensing, Switzerland



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Mapping global land-use patterns and recent historical changes

Steffen Ehrmann1, Giuseppe Amatulli2, Lars Bernard3, Daniele Da Re4, Steffen Fritz5, Allessandro Gentile1, Marius Gilbert6, Stephan Mäs3, Felipe Melges1, Isabel Rosa7, Navin Ramankutty8, Longzhu Shen9, Katharina Schulze10, Ralf Seppelt11, Peter Verburg10, Florian Wolf1, Liangzhi You12, Carsten Meyer1

1: German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv), Germany; 2: Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies; 3: Technische Universität Dresden; 4: Université Catholique de Louvain; 5: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis; 6: Université Libre de Bruxelles; 7: Bangor University; 8: University of British Columbia; 9: University of Cambridge; 10: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; 11: Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research; 12: International Food Policy Research Institute

2:00pm
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3:30pm
211RB: Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development - Part B
Location: MB-220
Chair: Patrick Hostert
Chair: Veronique De Sy
 
Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Multi-scale monitoring of forest degradation using MODIS, Landsat and Sentinel data

Pinki Mondal1, Sonali McDermid2, Md. Abdul Q. Khan1

1: University of Delaware, United States of America; 2: New York University, United States of America



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Carbon losses from deforestation and widespread degradation offset by extensive growth in African woodlands

Casey M Ryan, Iain McNicol, Edward Mitchard

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Relationships among forest disturbances, land use and woody cover patterns: an approach to forest degradation assessment in tropical dry forests

Teresa Rita De Marzo1, Matthias Baumann1, Philipp Gaertner2, Ignacio Gasparri2, Dirk Pflugmacher1, Eric Lambin3,4, Tobias Kuemmerle1

1: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany; 2: Universidad Nacional de Tucumán - CONICET, Argentina; 3: Université Catholique de Louvainé, Belgium; 4: Stanford University, USA



Full talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Forest management in Europe and its local effect on land surface temperature (LST) – broadleaf tree cooling vs. dense forest cooling

Jonas Schwaab, Edouard Davin

ETH Zürich



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Forest fragmentation and payment for ecosystem services in Mexico

Carlos Ramirez-Reyes1, Katharine R. E. Sims2, Peter Potapov3, Volker C. Radeloff1

1: SILVIS Lab, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2: Departments of Economics and Environmental Studies, Amherst College; 3: Department of Geographical Sciences, University of Maryland



Flash talk
211R Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development

Landscape-based vegetation monitoring to support participatory planning and management in dry rangelands

matteo jucker riva, Pascale Waelti, Joshua Scott Witshoe, Stefan Graf

HAFL-BFH, Switzerland

4:15pm
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5:45pm
356N: Participatory shaping of GLP’s roadmap towards knowledge co-production
Location: MB-220
Chair: Albrecht Ehrensperger
Chair: Isabelle Providoli
Chair: Jean-Christophe Castella
Chair: Narcisa Gabriela Pricope
Chair: Flurina Schneider
Chair: Theresa Tribaldos
Date: Thursday, 25/Apr/2019
10:45am
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12:15pm
311RA: Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics - Part A
Location: MB-220
Chair: Ignacio Gasparri
Chair: Patrick Meyfroidt
Chair: Tobias Kuemmerle
 
Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Pathways and spatial determinants of smallholder and large-scale agricultural expansion in the emerging frontier of Northern Mozambique

Adia Bey1, Patrick Meyfroidt1,3, Julieta Jetimane2, Sá Nogueira Lisboa2, Natasha Ribeiro2, Almeida Sitoe2

1: UCLouvain, Belgium; 2: Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique, Belgium; 3: Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Mozambique



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Scenarios of commodity frontier expansion in the Gran Chaco and their environmental impacts

Christian Levers1,2,3, María Piquer-Rodríguez1,4, Florian Gollnow5, Matthias Baumann1, Nestor Ignacio Gasparri4, Gregorio Ignacio Gavier-Pizarro6, Yann le Polain de Waroux7, Daniel Müller8,1,9, Robert Müller10, Jose Volante6, Tobias Kuemmerle1,9

1: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany; 2: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany; 3: University of British Columbia, Canada; 4: Institute of Regional Ecology-CONICET, Argentina; 5: National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), USA; 6: Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA), Argentina; 7: McGill University, Canada; 8: Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), Germany; 9: Integrative Research Institute on Transformations of Human-Environment Systems (IRI THESys), Germany; 10: Independent researcher



Flash talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Transformation syndromes and the decay of socio-ecological systems in commodity frontiers in the Okavango Basin

Achim Röder1, Michael Pröpper2, Manfred Finckh3, Thomas Falk4, Marion Stellmes5, Susanne Stirn3, Mike Murray-Hudson6, Alexander Gröngröft7, Rasmus Revermann3, Anne Schneibel1, Torsten Weber8, Norbert Jürgens3

1: Trier University, Dept.of Environmental Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics, Trier, Germany; 2: University of Hamburg, Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Hamburg, Germany; 3: University of Hamburg, Dept. of Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution of Plants, Hamburg, Germany; 4: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, Patancheru, India; 5: Freie Universität Berlin, Dept. of Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics, Berlin, Germany; 6: University of Botswana, Okavango Research Institute, Maun, Botswana; 7: University of Hamburg, Institute for Soil Science, Hamburg, Germany; 8: Climate Service Center Germany (GERICS), Hamburg, Germany



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Investigating the spatial pattern of a commodity boom through land system modelling - a case study from Laos.

Christine Ornetsmüller1,2, Jean-Christophe Castella3,4, Puwadej Thanichanon5, Guillaume Lestrelin6,7, Peter Verburg1,8

1: IVM Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University Amsterdam; 2: Commonland, The Netherlands; 3: CIRAD, UPR AIDA, Vientiane, Lao PDR; 4: AIDA, Univ Montpellier, CIRAD, Montpellier, France; 5: Department of Geography, Ramkhamhaeng University, 2086 Ramkhamhaeng Rd, Bangkapi 10240, Bangkok, Thailand;; 6: CIRAD, UMR TETIS, Tunis, Tunisia; 7: TETIS, Université Montpellier, AgroParisTech, CIRAD, CNRS, IRSTEA, Montpellier, France; 8: Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Zürcherstrasse 111, CH-8903 Birmensdorf, Switzerland



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Pioneers, emerging land-use frontiers and economies of anticipation in northern Mozambique

Angela Kronenburg García1,2, Patrick Meyfroidt1,3

1: UCLouvain, Belgium; 2: Eduardo Mondlane University; 3: F.R.S - FNRS



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Transnational land investments and the formation of "producer cohorts" in South America’s commodity frontiers

Yann le Polain de Waroux

McGill University, Canada



Flash talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Dynamics of crop booms and agricultural frontiers – the case of the northern Laos rubber boom

Victoria Junquera, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey

Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH)

1:30pm
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3:00pm
311RB: Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics - Part B
Location: MB-220
Chair: Ignacio Gasparri
Chair: Patrick Meyfroidt
Chair: Tobias Kuemmerle
 
Flash talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Divergences of land systems in South America’s primary soybean regions

María Piquer-Rodríguez1, Ignacio Gasparri1, Thomas Mitchell Aide2, Jordan Graesser3, Ricardo H. Grau1

1: National University of Tucuman, IER-CONICET, Argentine Republic; 2: University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico; 3: The University of Queensland, Australia



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

The role of soy expansion in driving Brazilian deforestation: prospects for effective supply chain governance

Javier Godar1, Ben Ayre2, Mairon G. Bastos5, Toby A. Gardner1, Michael Lathuillière1, Pernilla Löfgren1, Jorge E. Tizado4, Erasmus zu Ermgassen3

1: SEI, Sweden; 2: Global Canopy, UK; 3: Louvain University, Belgium; 4: University of León, Spain; 5: Chalmers University, Sweden



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Stickiness in global commodity trade: How to measure persistence and why it matters?

Tiago Reis1, Patrick Meyfroidt1, Erasmus zu Ermgassen1, Javier Godard2,3, Toby Gardner2,3, Chris West2,4

1: Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium; 2: Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden; 3: Trase Initiative; 4: The University of York



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

High-resolution mapping of cattle supply chains: quantifying the role of distal and domestic markets in land use change in Brazil

Erasmus zu Ermgassen1, Javier Godar2, Patrick Meyfroidt1, Michael Lathuillière2, Ben Ayre3, Clement Suavet2, Andre Vasconcelos3, Arnaldo Carneiro3, Toby Gardner2

1: Université Catholique de Louvain; 2: Trase; 3: Global Canopy



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Impacts of the Amazon soy moratorium

Robert Heilmayr, Lisa Rausch, Jacob Munger, Holly Gibbs

University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Monitoring zero-deforestation commitments at scale using high-resolution supply chain data

Erasmus zu Ermgassen1, Ben Ayre2, Jonathan Green3, Toby Gardner3, Mairon Bastos Lima4, Javier Godar3, Michael Lathuillière3

1: Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium; 2: Global Canopy, UK; 3: SEI, Sweden; 4: Chalmers University, Sweden



Full talk
311R Dynamics and governance of emerging and active commodity frontiers in tropics

Commodity crops and frontier agricultural dynamics in central South America

Jordan Graesser1,2, Radost Stanimirova2, Mark Friedl2

1: University of Queensland; 2: Boston University

3:15pm
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4:45pm
302RA: The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation - Part A
Location: MB-220
Chair: Rachael Garrett
Chair: Eric F. Lambin
Chair: Kimberly Marie Carlson
Chair: Robert Heilmayr
Chair: Ximena Rueda
 
Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Designing effective deforestation policies in food supply chains

Rachael Garrett1, Sam Levy1, Kimberley Carlson2, Ximena Rueda3

1: Boston University, United States of America; 2: University of Hawaii, United States of America; 3: Universidad de los Andes



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Scaling up land use interventions through policy interactions

Eric F. Lambin

University of Louvain, Belgium, & Stanford University, USA



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Mapping Sustainability in the Global Coffee Sector: Relationships, transparency, and differentiation, but not yet sustainability

Simon L. Bager1,2, Eric F. Lambin1,3

1: Université Catholique de Louvain, Faculty of Sciences, Earth and Life Institute (ELI), Georges Lemaître Centre for Earth and Climate Research (TECLIM), 3 Place Louis Pasteur, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; 2: Copenhagen University, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Øster Voldgade 10, 1350 Copenhagen K., Denmark; 3: Stanford University, School of Earth, Energy & Environment Sciences and Woods Institute for the Environment, 473 Via Ortega, Stanford, CA 94305, USA



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

The global reach of zero-deforestation supply chain commitments

Florian Gollnow1, Rachael D. Garrett2, Kimberly M. Carlson3

1: National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), University of Maryland, 1 Park Place, Suite 300, Annapolis, MD, 21401, United States; 2: Department of Earth and Environment, Boston University, 685 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA, 02215, USA; 3: Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, University of Hawai’i, Honolulu, HI, USA



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Beyond proximate and distal causes of land-use change: Linking Individual Motivations to Deforestation in Rural Contexts

Ximena Rueda1, Maria Alejandra Velez1, Lina Moros1, Luz Rodriguez2

1: Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; 2: Universidad Javeriana, Colombia

5:15pm
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6:45pm
362N: Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation
Location: MB-220
Chair: Robert Heilmayr
Chair: Eric F. Lambin
Chair: Rachael Garrett
Chair: Ximena Rueda
 

362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation

Charlotte Anne Opal

TFT, Switzerland




362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Panelist

Edi Suhardi

Goodhope Asia Holdings, Indonesia




362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Panelist

Aida Greenbury

Sustainability Adviser - Independent, Indonesia




362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Zero-deforestation and sustainability strategies at Ferrero

Geza Toth

Ferrero, Luxembourg




362N Industry perspectives on achieving zero-deforestation (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Panelist

Cristina Hastings Newsome

Louis Dreyfus Company, Switzerland

Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2019
10:30am
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12:00pm
302RB: The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation - Part B: Focus on Brazil
Location: MB-220
Chair: Ximena Rueda
Chair: Kimberly Marie Carlson
Chair: Robert Heilmayr
Chair: Rachael Garrett
Chair: Eric F. Lambin
 
Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

The impacts of zero-deforestation commitments on deforestation and slaughterhouse siting behaviours

Samuel Alexander Levy1, Rachael Garrett1, Petterson Vale2, Ricardo Vale2, Holly Gibbs2

1: Boston University, United States of America; 2: University of Wisconsin, United States of America



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Brazil’s Cerrado soy moratorium: estimating impacts on production and native vegetation area

Aline Soterroni1,2, Fernando Ramos2, Joseph Fargione3, Leandro Baumgarten4, Pedro Andrade2, Aline Mosnier1, Johannes Pirker1, Michael Obersteiner1, Florian Kraxner1, Gilberto Câmara2, Alexandre Ywata5, Stephen Polasky6

1: International Institute for Applied System Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria; 2: National Institute for Space Research, São José dos Campos, Brazil; 3: The Nature Conservancy, Minneapolis, USA; 4: The Nature Conservancy, Brasília, Brazil; 5: Institute for Applied Economic Research, Brasília, Brazil; 6: University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, USA



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Estimating the influence of meatpackers with zero-deforestation commitments on cattle travel distances in the Brazilian Amazon

Amintas de O. Brandao Junior, Lisa L. Rausch, Holly K. Gibbs, Jacob Munger, Matthew Christie

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Soy Moratorium in Brazil: the evolution of the governance structure, the assurance system and future challenges

Marina Piatto, Lisandro Inakake, Isabel Garcia-Drigo

Imaflora, Brazil



Flash talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Progress and limits of zero-deforestation commitments of the beef chain in the Brazilian Amazon

Isabel Garcia-Drigo1, Marie-Gabrielle Piketty2, Pablo Pacheco3, Rene Poccard-Chapuis2, Marcelo Thales4

1: Imaflora, Brazil; 2: Cirad; 3: WWF; 4: Museu Emilio Goeldi

1:15pm
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2:45pm
252N: Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus
Location: MB-220
Chair: Julie Gwendolin Zaehringer
Chair: Rachel Ann Carmenta
Chair: Judith Schleicher
 

252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Connection with nature and values shape pro-conservation attitudes towards nature among Amazonian farmers

Katarzyna Mikolajczak1, Jos Barlow1, Alexander Lees2, Luke Parry1

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom




252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Land use and human well-being changes in the context of conservation and cash crop booms: case studies from Madagascar

Jorge C. Llopis1,2

1: Centre for Development and Environment, Switzerland; 2: Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland




252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Social-ecological outcomes of agricultural intensification

Laura Vang Rasmussen

University of British Columbia, Canada




252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

What types of integrated landscape initiatives improve food production, conserve forests and improve livelihoods?: an empirical analysis from Latin America

Rachel Ann Carmenta

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom




252N Measuring diverse impacts of agriculture and conservation interventions in tropical forest landscapes: bringing human wellbeing into focus (INVITED ABSTRACTS ONLY)

Who measures and what counts: thinking about capturing human wellbeing across scales

Judith Schleicher1, Rachel Carmenta1, Julie Zaehringer1,2

1: Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern, Switzerland

3:00pm
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4:15pm
302RC: The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation - Part C
Location: MB-220
Chair: Kimberly Marie Carlson
Chair: Robert Heilmayr
Chair: Eric F. Lambin
Chair: Ximena Rueda
Chair: Rachael Garrett
 
Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Using bioacoustics to strengthen corporate conservation commitments

Zuzana Burivalova, Rhett A. Butler, Edward T. Game

Princeton University, United States of America



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Acceptance, implications, and perspectives of palm oil certification in indonesia

Jann Lay1,2, Sebastian Renner1,2, Tabea Lakemann1,2, Oliver Musshof2, Ariesga Wening2, Heiko Faust2, Yvonne Kunz2, Nunung Nuryatono3

1: GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany; 2: University of Goettingen, Germany; 3: Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

The role of national-scale, public-private partnerships toward deforestation-free commodity production in Colombia

Paul R. Furumo1, Clare Sullivan2, Eric F. Lambin1

1: Earth System Science, Stanford University; 2: University of Wisconsin-Madison



Full talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Do sustainability standards for palm oil production improve social well-being in Indonesia?

Janice Ser Huay Lee1, Daniela A. Miteva2, Kimberly Marie Carlson3, Robert Heilmayr4, Omar Saif1

1: Nanyang Technological University of Singapore, Singapore; 2: Ohio State University, USA; 3: University of Hawaii, USA; 4: University of California, Santa Barbara, USA



Flash talk
302R The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation

Modeling the effects of soybean sector zero-deforestation commitment implementation on land cover change in South America

Rodrigo Rivero Castro1, Kimberly Carlson1, Rachael Garrett2, Nelson Villoria3, Samuel Levy2, Florian Gollnow4

1: University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States of America; 2: Boston University, United States of America; 3: Kansas State University, United States of America; 4: National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, United States of America



Flash talk
112R Sustainability impacts of large scale agricultural investments

Small-scale palm oil producers and supply chain actors left out from existing certification schemes

Laurène Feintrenie1,2,3, Laurent Gazull1, Colombine Lesage1,4,5, Mélanie Laumain1,6, Tom Farago1,3,6, Valentina Robiglio3, Isabelle Michel6, Claire Durand6,7, Richard Pasquis1

1: Cirad, Univ Montpellier, France; 2: Catie, Costa-Rica; 3: Icraf, Kenya; 4: ENSAIA Nancy, France; 5: Université de Lorraine, France; 6: IRC-Montpellier SupAgro, France; 7: ISTOM, France


 
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