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Landscape, memory and learning to change in changing worlds:Contemplating intergenerational learning and traditional knowledge practices within social-ecological landscapes of change

Rob O'Donoghue, Juan Carlos A Sandoval-Rivera, Unnikrishnan Payyappallimana
2019 Southern African journal of environmental education  
Five short case study papers are coupled with this study. They reflect some of the dimensions of intergenerational ecologies of knowledge that are evident within bio-cultural mosaic landscapes in: 1.  ...  Each case narrative is situated with a photograph of the macro landscape and with a photo of the intergenerational heritage practices that have had shaping effects within the social-ecological landscape  ...  What is interesting about the East Vättern Scarp landscape around Jönköping are the processes of environmental, social and cultural interactions responsible for the creation of the mosaic landscape over  ... 
doi:10.4314/sajee.v35i1.10 fatcat:o3kehmkzezc6racko5tdnp3bmy

Sustaining rural livelihoods through an integrated landscape approach

Etti Winter, Steven Gronau, Ulrike Grote
2018 Biodiversity & Ecology  
Acknowledgements The research was carried out in the framework of SASSCAL and was sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under promotion number 01LG1201H.  ...  . & Grote, U. (2016) Assessing natural resource management through integrated environmental and social-economic accounting: the case of a Namibian conservancy.  ...  To understand the challenges of sustainable land use management and address the issue of fair benefi t sharing, we applied a set of participatory tools combined with econometric and numerical simulation  ... 
doi:10.7809/b-e.00336 fatcat:gzeolgwkrngmrgmkbkd335eaku

Degradation and Recovery in Changing Forest Landscapes: A Multiscale Conceptual Framework

Jaboury Ghazoul, Robin Chazdon
2017 Annual Review Environment and Resources  
Common elements link degradation and recovery processes, offering ways to advance local, regional, and global initiatives to reduce degradation and promote the recovery of ecosystems and landscapes in  ...  Another approach combines degradation and recovery processes through the concept of recovery debt, the cumulative lost benefits incurred, relative to a target state during phases of degradation and recovery  ...  (164) as might occur in shifting cultivation landscapes where a tipping point of agricultural pressure is associated with a loss of forest regeneration capacity (165).  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-environ-102016-060736 fatcat:6pt57a7dhjgvtknecidxqhniwu

Integrating Analytical Frameworks to Investigate Land-Cover Regime Shifts in Dynamic Landscapes

Jose De Alban, Graham Prescott, Kevin Woods, Johanness Jamaludin, Kyaw Latt, Cheng Lim, Aye Maung, Edward Webb
2019 Sustainability  
By combining remote sensing methods and a literature review of historical processes leading to LUCC, we identified a regime shift from a forest-oriented state to an agricultural-oriented state between  ...  In particular, uncertainty surrounds the prevalence and causes of regime shifts at the landscape level.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank four anonymous reviewers for providing helpful comments to improve the earlier versions of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11041139 fatcat:yaxajme4bncd3pizj3oyrhx6ky

Biocomplexity and conservation of biodiversity hotspots: three case studies from the Americas

J Baird Callicott, R. Rozzi, L. Delgado, M. Monticino, M. Acevedo, P. Harcombe
2007 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
This has created a mosaic of various land covers: conucos (plots of cultivated land), grazed savannah, forest fragments and grasslands.  ...  and social sustainability of the UBRB (Mansutti et al. 2000) .  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2006.1989 pmid:17255039 pmcid:PMC2311433 fatcat:dc7togpbxvdapd3djqlnzdg2by

A systematic scoping review of the impacts of community food production initiatives in Kenya, Cameroon, and South Africa

Gráinne B Hutton, Anna Brugulat-Panés, Divya Bhagtani, Camille Maadjhou Mba, Jack M Birch, Hueyjong Shih, Kufre Okop, Monica Muti, Pamela Wadende, Lambed Tatah, Ebele Mogo, Leonor Guariguata (+1 others)
2021 Journal of global health reports  
The aim of this review was to provide a systematic and comprehensive overview of recently published research into the health, social, economic, and environmental impacts of community food production initiatives  ...  Over 60% of studies investigated a single category of impact. Not one of the studies explicitly used a theoretical framework to guide its design or interpretation.  ...  Coupling Environmental and Social Processes to Simulate the Emergence of a Savannah Landscape Mosaic Under Shifting Cultivation and Assess its Sustainability.  ... 
doi:10.29392/001c.19468 pmid:33829114 pmcid:PMC7610539 fatcat:jmoi53egdbgb3p6iyxsvk2snrq

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2018 Past Global Change Magazine  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are grateful to the many funding bodies and institutions that have supported the different research groups that created the datasets used in this study and all contributors to the databases  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS HoLA, the Holocene Global Land Use International Focus Group was supported by INQUA IFG 1702F. Thanks also to the Universities of Chicago and Pennsylvania for support.  ...  on pastures; • Land turnover rate under shifting cultivation; • Time-varying extent of shifting cultivation; • The amount of biomass removed or area affected each year by wood harvesting.  ... 
doi:10.22498/pages.26.1 fatcat:uscnadcas5bqvkodees7kevojq

Future water availability for global food production: The potential of green water for increasing resilience to global change

Johan Rockström, Malin Falkenmark, Louise Karlberg, Holger Hoff, Stefanie Rost, Dieter Gerten
2009 Water Resources Research  
The need to integrate green and blue water management is highlighted in a future scenario of water availability under climate change and population growth (HadCM2 A2).  ...  A global, yet spatially disaggregated, green-blue analysis of water availability and requirement, using the LPJmL dynamic vegetation and water balance model, indicates that many countries currently assessed  ...  (3) analyzing the options for resilience building by comanagement of blue and green water and improving its productivities, to meet a future with growing social and environmental vulnerability.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2007wr006767 fatcat:4d5d7unnvrcirdpbq2x4lrv5bu

OBSOLETE: Convention on Biological Diversity [chapter]

Jeffrey A. McNeely
2018 Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences  
Acknowledgements Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change  ...  Environmental impact assessments (EIAs) provide a process for assessing the possible environmental and social impacts at the project level, whereas strategic environmental assessments (SEAs) can be used  ...  A key question is whether an international system of criteria and indicators needs to be developed under the Kyoto Protocol to assess and compare the environmental and social impacts across alternative  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-409548-9.09972-3 fatcat:zgcxqa2gyndepcbtpznz6cspzq

The Convention on Biological Diversity

S BRAGDON
1996 Global Environmental Change  
Acknowledgements Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change  ...  Environmental impact assessments (EIAs) provide a process for assessing the possible environmental and social impacts at the project level, whereas strategic environmental assessments (SEAs) can be used  ...  A key question is whether an international system of criteria and indicators needs to be developed under the Kyoto Protocol to assess and compare the environmental and social impacts across alternative  ... 
doi:10.1016/0959-3780(96)00001-5 fatcat:ufxjbpabn5c65azubir7fmjd6i

Convention on Biological Diversity

Angela Cropper
1993 Environmental Conservation  
Acknowledgements Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change  ...  Environmental impact assessments (EIAs) provide a process for assessing the possible environmental and social impacts at the project level, whereas strategic environmental assessments (SEAs) can be used  ...  A key question is whether an international system of criteria and indicators needs to be developed under the Kyoto Protocol to assess and compare the environmental and social impacts across alternative  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0376892900023614 fatcat:jqzhpd2b4bh2fmfog2sxrrwkoe

Convention on Biological Diversity

2013 ChoiceReviews  
Acknowledgements Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change  ...  Environmental impact assessments (EIAs) provide a process for assessing the possible environmental and social impacts at the project level, whereas strategic environmental assessments (SEAs) can be used  ...  A key question is whether an international system of criteria and indicators needs to be developed under the Kyoto Protocol to assess and compare the environmental and social impacts across alternative  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.50-5577 fatcat:ptwpmo6cqbaulpg5qh6pimgvfq

Convention on Biological Diversity [chapter]

2014 TemaNord  
Acknowledgements Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change  ...  Environmental impact assessments (EIAs) provide a process for assessing the possible environmental and social impacts at the project level, whereas strategic environmental assessments (SEAs) can be used  ...  A key question is whether an international system of criteria and indicators needs to be developed under the Kyoto Protocol to assess and compare the environmental and social impacts across alternative  ... 
doi:10.6027/9789289335355-3-en fatcat:bakedyf4vfbs5jlnikhtdhdxc4

The Convention on Biological Diversity [chapter]

Brian Groombridge
1992 Global Biodiversity  
Acknowledgements Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change  ...  Environmental impact assessments (EIAs) provide a process for assessing the possible environmental and social impacts at the project level, whereas strategic environmental assessments (SEAs) can be used  ...  A key question is whether an international system of criteria and indicators needs to be developed under the Kyoto Protocol to assess and compare the environmental and social impacts across alternative  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-2282-5_35 fatcat:s6w5prdalbatndkzmykk2xg5xe

Convention on Biological Diversity [chapter]

H. David Cooper, Kieran Noonan-Mooney
2013 Encyclopedia of Biodiversity  
Acknowledgements Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change Interlinkages between biological diversity and climate change  ...  Environmental impact assessments (EIAs) provide a process for assessing the possible environmental and social impacts at the project level, whereas strategic environmental assessments (SEAs) can be used  ...  A key question is whether an international system of criteria and indicators needs to be developed under the Kyoto Protocol to assess and compare the environmental and social impacts across alternative  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-384719-5.00418-4 fatcat:izqhesfxibd23ilfgjnecwirsm
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