Conference Agenda

Session Overview
Location: MB-215
Main Building, room 215, second floor, west wing, 80 seats
 
Date: Thursday, 25/Apr/2019
5:15pm
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6:45pm
255N: Accommodating mutual interests, values and knowledge bases in "Alconia": Negotiating land-use standards for peripheral fronter regions in the Global South
Location: MB-215
Chair: Regine Schönenberg
Chair: Anne Cristina de la Vega-Leinert
 

255N Accommodating mutual interests, values and knowledge bases in “Alconia”: Negotiating land-use standards for peripheral frontier regions in the Global South

Statement of the environment minister of Alconia

Imme Scholz

German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), Germany


 
Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2019
1:15pm
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2:45pm
251N: Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people
Location: MB-215
Chair: Tobias Plieninger
Chair: Cristina Quintas-Soriano
Chair: Andreas Bürkert
Chair: Angeliki Foutri
Chair: Thymios Dimopoulos
 

251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Land system dynamics in the Mediterranean basin across scales as relevant indicator for species diversity and local food systems

Marta Debolini1, Johanna Fusco2, Elisa Marraccini3, Claude Napoleone4

1: UMR EMMAH, INRA, France; 2: UMR IMBE, CNRS, France; 3: UP INTERACT, UniLaSalle, France; 4: UR Ecodeveloppement, INRA, France




251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Assessing spatial variability of ecosystem services to promote evidence-based decision-making for sustainable land use management

Mario Balzan, Judita Tomaskinova

Institute of Applied Sciences, Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology, Malta




251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Developing positive futures for people and Mediterranean wetlands

Ilse Geijzendorffer1, Ziga Malek2, Özge Balkiz3, Anis Guelmami1, Nigel Taylor1

1: Tour du Valat, France; 2: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands; 3: DKM Turkey




251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Ethnobiology as a tool to analyze change dynamics, minimize conflict over land use and support ecosystem services in the Moroccan High Atlas

Ugo D'Ambrosio

Global Diversity Foundation, United Kingdom




251N Exploring land change dynamics across the Mediterranean for meeting the needs and value the priorities of people

Food production scenarios for the Mediterranean to highlight relationships between agricultural production, climate change and food sufficiency

Dominique Ami1, Leonith Hinojosa1,2, Claude Napoléone2

1: AMSE, France; 2: INRA, France