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Rethinking land in the Anthropocene

Complete Title: 
Rethinking land in the Anthropocene : From separation to integration
Non IUCN Publication

Land is the basis of human life. With climate change, the mass extinction of biological diversity and an often dysfunctional food system, we are experiencing three colliding global crises that are directly linked to the way we manage land. Yet the land and its biologically productive ecosystems are under more pressure than ever before. This is the starting point of the present report: Which strategies for managing terrestrial ecosystems are most suitable for defusing the existing competition between different forms of land use while simultaneously ensuring climate-change mitigation, biodiversity conservation and food security? How can transformative change towards sustainable land use be promoted and which actors need to be mobilized and become involved? What challenges does this pose for research and for Germany's role in global environmental and development policy?

Berlin : WBGU, 2021
Physical Description: 
xxi, 366p. : ill., maps
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Includes bibliographic references

Flagship report of the WBGU

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Record created: 2022/07/21
Record updated: 2022/07/21