Conference Agenda

Session Overview
Location: UniS-A 003
UniS Building, Auditorium A 003, ground floor, 178 seats + 54 seats on gallery on first floor
 
Date: Wednesday, 24/Apr/2019
11:15am
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12:45pm
101RA: Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes - Part A
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Ralf Seppelt
Chair: Elizabeth Law
 
Full talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Mitigating tradeoffs between agriculture, biodiversity and carbon in the Gran Chaco

Tobias Kuemmerle1, Leandro Macchi1,2, Elizabeth Law1,5, Ignacio Gasparri2, Ricardo H. Grau2, Ricardo Torres3,4, Kerrie Wilson5

1: Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany; 2: Instituto de Ecología Regional, CONICET Tucumán, Argentina; 3: Instituto de Diversidad y Ecología Animal (IDEA-CONICET); 4: Museo de Zoología, FCEFyN, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, X5000JJC Córdoba, Argentina; 5: Institute for Future Environments, Queensland University of Technology, Australia



Full talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Agricultural intensification and land use change: testing the induced intensification, land sparing and rebound-effect hypotheses with cointegration

Virginia Rodríguez García1, Frédéric Gaspart1, Thomas Kastner2, Patrick Meyfroidt1,3

1: Universite Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium; 2: Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Germany; 3: F.R.S.-FNRS, Brussels, Belgium



Full talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Farming the future planet: Trade-offs between cropland expansion, intensification and biodiversity in context of agricultural markets

Florian Zabel1, Ruth Delzeit2, Julia Schneider1, Ralf Seppelt3, Wolfram Mauser1, Tomas Vaclavik4

1: Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany; 2: Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany; 3: UFZ – Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig, German; 4: Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic



Full talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Biodiversity of the African savanna woodlands: How does it change with land use?

Hemant Tripathi1,2, Casey Ryan2

1: University of Leeds, United Kingdom; 2: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Full talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Trade-offs between bioenergy production, food security and biodiversity in Europe

Mark Rounsevell1,2, Bumsuk Seo1, Heera Lee1, Calum Brown1

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: University of Edinburgh, UK



Flash talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Assessing current and future risk to biodiversity and ecosystem services from cocoa-driven deforestation in the cocoa zone of West Africa

Marieke Sassen1,2, Andy Arnell1, Samantha Hill1,3, Arnout van Soesbergen1,4

1: UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC); 2: Wageningen University; 3: Natural History Museum, London; 4: King's College London



Flash talk
101R Trade-offs between agriculture and biodiversity in dynamic landscapes

Global opportunities and risks for biodiversity from oil palm expansion

John Garcia-Ulloa1, Natalia Ocampo-Penuela1, Paul Richard Furumo2, Andres Etter3

1: ETH Zurich, Switzerland; 2: University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras, Puerto Rico; 3: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia

2:00pm
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3:30pm
309RA: Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services - Part A
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Thomas Kastner
Chair: Alexandra Marques
 
Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity: current state-of the art and future directions

Thomas Kastner1, Alexandra Marques2

1: Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, Germany; 2: Joint Research Center, European Commission



Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Linking supply chain actors and the global trade of agricultural commodities to impacts on species

Jonathan Green1,2,3, A. Paz Duran3,4, Simon Croft1,2, Andrew Balmford5, Neil Burgess6, Stephen Fick2, Toby Gardner2, Javier Godar2, Clement Suavet2, Malika Virah-Sawmy3, Piero Visconti7, Lucy Young8, Christopher West1,2

1: Environment and Geography Dept., York, YO10 5NG, United Kingdom; 2: Stockholm Environment Institute; 3: Luc Hoffmann Institute, Gland, Switzerland; 4: Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad, Casilla 653, Santiago, Chile; 5: Conservation Science Group, Dept. Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK; 6: UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge, UK; 7: Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, University College London, UK; 8: WWF-UK, Woking, UK



Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Phylogenetic diversity loss associated with global food production, consumption and trade

Abhishek Chaudhary1,2

1: ETHZ; 2: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, India



Flash talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Quantifying and evaluating Germany's biomass consumption on the way to a bioeconomy 2050: a scenario approach

Jan Goepel, Jan Schuengel

University of Kassel, CESR, Germany



Flash talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

How much land is needed to produce our meat, milk and eggs? the case of Mexican livestock systems

Maria Jose Ibarrola-Rivas1, Sanderine Nonhebel2

1: Institute of Geography UNAM, Mexico; 2: University of Groningen, the Netherlands



Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Multi-scale analysis of the global biodiversity footprints of large cities

Philipp R Semenchuk1, Dietmar Moser1, Christoph Plutzar2, Ingrid Kleinbauer2, Franz Essl3, Stefan Dullinger1

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria; 3: Environment Angency, Austria



Full talk
309R Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services

A consumption-based indicator for water purification

Alexandra Marques, Alessandra La Notte

European Commission - Joint Research Centre, Italy

4:15pm
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5:45pm
250N: The role of culture in land-use change
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Yann le Polain de Waroux
Chair: Rachael Garrett
 

250N The role of culture in land-use change

Bringing values and culture into payments for ecosystem services programs

Mollie Anne Chapman1,2, Kai M A Chan1

1: University of Zurich, Department of Geography, Switzerland; 2: University of British Colombia, Institute for Resources, Environment, and Sustainability, Canada




250N The role of culture in land-use change

Dynamic feedbacks between culture and land use in the Tibetan highlands

Kelly A. Hopping

Boise State University, United States of America




250N The role of culture in land-use change

An anthropological perspective on culture and how it might be integrated into Land System Science

Jeffrey Hoelle

University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America




250N The role of culture in land-use change

Local peoples' attachment to land in forest-frontier contexts of Madagascar, Laos, and Myanmar

Julie Gwendolin Zaehringer1,2

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




250N The role of culture in land-use change

The challenges of unpacking “culture” in explanations of land-use change

Cecilie Friis

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany


 
Date: Thursday, 25/Apr/2019
10:45am
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12:15pm
107RA: Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system - Part A
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Karlheinz Erb
Chair: Julia Pongratz
 
Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Trends in fertilizer use efficiency of the world’s biggest crop producers

Richard Fuchs1, Heera Lee1, Navin Ramankutty2, Bumsuk Seo1, Verena Seufert1, Karina Winkler1, Mark Rounsevell1

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 2: University of Britsh Columbia, Canada



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Pinning down uncertainties in global CO2 emissions from land use change

Julia Pongratz1,2, Ana Bastos1, Julia Nabel2

1: University of Munich, Germany; 2: Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Is the dampening effect of forests on diurnal temperature variations caused by biomass heat storage?

Ronny Meier1, Edouard L. Davin1, David Lawrence2, Sean Swenson2

1: ETH Zürich, Switzerland; 2: University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Land use and land cover distribution is a primary determinant of global carbon cycle projections and regional temperature projections

Alan Vincent Di Vittorio1, Xiaoying Shi2, Ben Bond-Lamberty3, Kate Calvin3, Andrew Jones1

1: Berkeley Lab, United States of America; 2: Climate Change Science Institute, Oak Ridge National Lab; 3: Joint Global Change Research Institute, Pacific Northwest National Lab



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Combatting climate change through land conversion: Carbon benefits from bioenergy plantations vs. natural succession

Kalt Gerald, Lauk Christian, Haberl Helmut, Mayer Andreas, Theurl Michaela C., Erb Karl-Heinz

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Austria

1:30pm
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3:00pm
107RB: Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system - Part B, including historical analyses
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Karlheinz Erb
 
Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

An historical data-driven reconstruction of land use change-induced impacts on temperature

Edouard Davin

ETH Zurich, Switzerland



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Multiple cropping systems of the world and the potential for increasing cropping intensity

Katharina Waha1, Jan Philipp Dietrich2, Felix T. Portmann3, Stefan Siebert4,5, Philip K. Thornton6,7, Alberte Bondeau8, Mario Herrero1

1: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia; 2: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany; 3: Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany; 4: University of Göttingen, Germany; 5: University of Bonn, Germany; 6: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), Kenya; 7: International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Kenya; 8: Institut Mediterraneen de Biodiversite et d’Ecologie marine et continentale (IMBE), France



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Towards a data-driven reconstruction of land use change and its linkage with land management at the global scale

Karina Winkler1,2, Richard Fuchs1, Mark Rounsevell1,3, Martin Herold2

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany; 2: Wageningen University & Research (WUR), The Netherlands; 3: University of Edinburgh, UK



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Quantifying and analysing global spatio-temporal patterns of land-use change: the role of natural vs. anthropogenic changes for the Human Appropriation of Net Priamary Production

Sarah Matej1, Thomas Kastner2, Maria Niedertscheider1, Matthew Forrest2, Thomas Hickler2, Jörg Steinkamp3, Christian Lauk1, Christoph Plutzar1, Simone Gingrich1, Helmut Haberl1, Fridolin Krausmann1, Karlheinz Erb1

1: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria; 2: Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (SBiK-F); 3: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Coupling a vegetation model and a land use model to estimate future impacts of land use and management adaptation on ecosystem service indicators

Sam S. Rabin1, Peter Alexander2, Roslyn Henry2, Peter Anthoni1, Thomas Pugh3, Mark Rounsevell1, Almut Arneth1

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research / Atmospheric Environmental Research; Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany; 2: School of Geosciences; University of Edinburgh, Drummond Street, Edinburgh EH8 9XP, United Kingdom; 3: School of Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences and Birmingham Institute of Forest Research; University of Birmingham, Birmingham, B15 2TT, United Kingdom

3:15pm
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4:45pm
107RC-regional: Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system - Part C: regional analyses
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Karlheinz Erb
 
Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Tracking forest degradation in the Dry Chaco region using high-resolution UAV-SfM techniques

Beatriz Gobbi1,2, Anton Van Rompaey2, Philipp Gaertner3, Pedro Fernandez3, Dante Loto3, Ignacio Gasparri3, Veerle Vanacker1

1: Earth and Life Institute, George Lemaître Center for Earth and Climate Research, Université Catholique Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; 2: Division of Geography and Tourism, KULeuven, Heverlee, Belgium; 3: Instituto de Ecología Regional, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Tucumán, Argentina



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Grazing patterns are a key determinant of fire occurrence in Kazakhstan

Brett Robert Hankerson1,2, Florian Schierhorn1, Daniel Müller1,2,3

1: Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Germany; 2: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany; 3: Integrated Research Institute on Transformations of Human-Environment Systems, Germany



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Ecological and climatic tradeoffs of agricultural intensification and land management in the Amazon-Cerrado frontier

Marcia Macedo1,2, Divino Silvério2, KathiJo Jankowski3, Paulo Brando1,2, Christopher Neill1, Leonardo Maracahipes2, Ludmila Rattis1,2, Linda Deegan1, Michael Coe1,2

1: Woods Hole Research Center; 2: Instituto de Pesquisa Ambiental da Amazônia; 3: United States Geological Survey



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Grassland greening in the Mongolian Plateau and its determinants

Lijuan Miao1,2, Yanjun Ren3, Zhanli Sun1, Daniel Müller1,4

1: Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Germany; 2: Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China; 3: University of Kiel, Germany; 4: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Ecotoxicity in Australian agriculture: Regional hotspots and contribution analysis

Francisco Javier Navarro Garcia1, Brett Anthony Bryan2, Brad Ridoutt1, Michalis Hadjikakou2

1: CSIRO, Australia; 2: Deakin University, Australia



Full talk
107R Assessing, modelling, and analysing land use and land management impacts on the Earth system

Response of soil organic carbon stocks and fractions to tillage systems and sugarcane plantation ages in Western Kenya

David Ouma Ojuka1, Benson Muchoge1, Richard Onwonga2

1: Kenyatta University, Kenya; 2: University of Nairobi


 
Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2019
8:30am
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9:45am
TK-3: Thematic KeynoteTheme 3: “How do we support transformation? New frontiers in studying and governing land systems”
Location: UniS-A 003

VIDEO - Lian Pin Koh

VIDEO - Toby Gardner

VIDEO - General Discussion

10:30am
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12:00pm
104RA: Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries - Part A
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Benjamin Stuch
Chair: Holger Hoff
Chair: Patrick Hostert
 
Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Balancing trade-offs among SDGs under future uncertainty: scenarios for East Africa

Arnout van Soesbergen1,2, Marieke Sassen1

1: UNEP-WCMC, United Kingdom; 2: King's College London



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Implementing the Paris agreement in Europe requires transformation of the land and food systems

Heera Lee1, Calum Brown1, Bumsuk Seo1, Ian Holman2, Mark Rounsevell1,3

1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research, Atmospheric Environmental Research(IMK-IFU), Kreuzeckbahnstr.19, 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany; 2: School of Water, Energy and Environment, Cranfield University, Cranfield, Bedford MK43 0AL, UK; 3: School of Geosciences, University of Edinburgh, Drummond Street, Edinburgh EH8 9XP, UK



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Future food scenarios in the context of planetary boundaries: a comprehensive synthesis

Michalis Hadjikakou, Nicholas Bowles, Ozge Geyik, Mohammad Abdullah Shaikh, Brett Bryan

Deakin University, Australia



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Reversing terrestrial biodiversity declines due to habitat loss: A multi-model assessment

David Leclère1, Michael Obersteiner1, Mike Barrett2, Stuart H M Butchart3,4, Abhishek Chaudhary5,6, Adriana De Palma7, Fabrice A J DeClerck8,9, Moreno Di Marco10, Jonathan Doelman11, Martina Durauer1, Robin Freeman12, Mike Harfoot13, Tomoko Hasegawa14,1, Stefanie Hellweg15, Jelle P Hilbers11, Samantha L L Hill7,13, Florian Humpenöder16, Nancy Jennings17, Tamas Krisztin1, Georgina M Mace18, Haruka Ohashi19, Alexander Popp16, Andy Purvis7,20, Aafke M Schipper11,21, Andrzej Tabeau22, Hugo Valin1, Hans van Meijl22, Willem-Jan van Zeist11, Piero Visconti1,12,18, Rob Alkemade11,23, Rosamunde Almond24, Gill Bunting3, Neil D Burgess13, Sarah E Cornell25, Fulvio Di Fulvio1, Simon Ferrier26, Steffen Fritz1, Shinichiro Fujimori14,27,28, Monique Grooten24, Thomas D Harwood26, Petr Havlík1, Mario Herrero29, Andrew J Hoskins26, Tom Kram11, Hermann Lotze-Campen1,30,31, Tetsuya Matsui19, Carsten Meyer32,33, Deon Nel34,35, Tim Newbold18, Guido Schmidt-Traub36, Elke Stehfest11, Bernardo Strassburg37,38, Detlef P van Vuuren11,39, Cristopher Ware26, James E M Watson40,41, Wenchao Wu14, Lucy Young3

1: Ecosystem Services Management (ESM) Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); 2: WWF UK; 3: BirdLife International; 4: Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge; 5: Institute of Food, Nutrition and Health, ETH Zurich; 6: Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur; 7: Department of Life Sciences, Natural History Museum; 8: EAT; 9: Bioversity International, CGIAR; 10: CSIRO Land and Water; 11: PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency; 12: Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London; 13: UN Environment, World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC); 14: Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES); 15: Institute of Environmental Engineering, ETH Zurich; 16: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK); 17: Dotmoth; 18: Centre for Biodiversity & Environment Research (CEBR), Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, University College London; 19: Center for International Partnerships and Research on Climate Change, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Forest Research and Management Organization; 20: Department of Life Sciences, Imperial College London; 21: Radboud University, Department of Environmental Science; 22: Wageningen Economic Research (WECR), Wageningen University and Research; 23: Wageningen University, Environmental Systems Analysis Group; 24: WWF Netherlands; 25: Stockholm Resilience Centre; 26: CSIRO Land and Water; 27: Kyoto University, Department of Environmental Engineering; 28: Energy (ENE) Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); 29: CSIRO Agriculture and Food; 30: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Integrative Research Institute for Transformations in Human-Environment Systems; 31: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Department of Agricultural Economics; 32: German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv); 33: Faculty of Biosciences, Pharmacy and Psychology, University of Leipzig; 34: WWF International; 35: Global Resilience Partnership, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University; 36: Paris Office, Sustainable Development Solutions Network; 37: Rio Conservation and Sustainability Science Centre, Department of Geography and the Environment, Pontifícia Universidade Católica; 38: International Institute for Sustainability; 39: Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development, Utrecht University; 40: School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Queensland; 41: Wildlife Conservation Society, Global Conservation Programs



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

A tale of two perspectives: aligning land systems research and policy for the SDGs in European agriculture

Murray W. Scown1, Klara J. Winkler1,2, Kimberly A. Nicholas1

1: Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies, Lund University, Lund, Sweden; 2: Department of Natural Resource Sciences, McGill University, Montreal, Canada



Flash talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Hidden/long-distance effects of consumer choices for tomato.

Sanderine Nonhebel1, Antonio Castro2, Maria Jose Ibarrola-Rivas3, Thomas Kastner4, Francis Turkelboom5

1: University of Groningen, The Netherlands; 2: Idaho State University, USA; 3: Instituto de Geografía, UNAM, Mexico; 4: Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Germany; 5: Research Institute of Nature and Forest (INBO), Brussels, Belgium

1:15pm
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2:45pm
365N: Governing primary forest protection: An integrated community-based approach to managing landscapes for conservation, climate change and sustainable livelihoods
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Edward Alexander Morgan
Chair: Timothy Mark Cadman
Chair: Stanley Wapot
3:00pm
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4:15pm
104RB: Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries - Part B
Location: UniS-A 003
Chair: Benjamin Stuch
Chair: Holger Hoff
Chair: Patrick Hostert
 
Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Who changes the rain? Linking the social-ecological dynamics of land-use change, atmospheric water recycling, and pastoralist behavior

Patrick W Keys

Colorado State University, United States of America



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Quantifying a planetary land systems boundary

Patrick Hostert1, Matthias Baumann1, Dieter Gerten1,2, Tobias Kuemmerle1, Sebastian van der Linden1, Wolfgang Lucht1,2, Philippe Rufin1

1: Humboldt University Berlin, Germany; 2: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

National land-use performance based on downscaled planetary boundaries

Mohammad Abdullah Shaikh, Michalis Hadjikakou, Brett Bryan

Deakin University, Australia



Full talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Unlocking product-level life cycle assessments for SDG12 with high-resolution land use and trade information

Michael Lathuillière1, Javier Godar1, Pernilla Lofgren1, Ben Ayre2, Toby Gardner1, Clément Suavet3

1: Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden; 2: Global Canopy, UK; 3: Stockholm Environment Institute, USA



Flash talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Mapping the potential of water harvesting to increase food security at global scale

Luigi Piemontese1, Giulio Castelli2, Ingo Fetzer1, Nicole Harai3, Hanspeter Liniger3, Jennie Barron4, Elena Bresci2, Fernando Jaramillo1,5

1: Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Sweden; 2: Department of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Systems (GESAAF), University of Florence, Italy; 3: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern, Switzerland; 4: Department of Soil and Environment, SLU, Sweden; 5: Department of Physical Geography, Stockholm University, Sweden



Flash talk
104R Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries

Perspectives on land explicit metrics for SDG indicators, the case of SDG 15 and SDG 11

Michele Melchiorri1, Christina Corban2, Aneta J. Florczyk2, Martino Pesaresi2, Ehlrich Daniele2

1: Piksel S.r.l, Italy; 2: European Commission DG Joint Research Centre Disaster Risk Management Unit



Flash talk
110R Multi-objective optimization approaches to support visioning and decision-making in land-use system science

An application of the S-loop model to identify potential pathways towards sustainability in Irish land use

Tamara Hochstrasser

University College Dublin, Ireland