24 April 2019 - 26 April 2019
Land use is key to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in an increasingly threatened global environment. How do global narratives for use of land correspond to what people want when striving for access to land across diverse and distinctive regions? How can we support transformations that mutually reinforce global sustainability visions and goals, and people’s aspirations and needs?
Researchers from ESM will be addressing these questions at the fourth Open Science Meeting of the Global Land Programme (GLP 4th OSM 2019) and will present research relating to topics and themes that aim to advance our understanding of how land systems can form the basis for sustainability transformations.
211RA: Advances in land monitoring for sustainable development - Part A
Wednesday, 24 April 2019 11:15am - 12:45pm Location: MB-220
Mapping global land-use patterns and recent historical changes - Flash talk
Including Steffen Fritz
354N Participatory and evidence-based land use policy making - Insights from the RESTORE+ approach
Wednesday, 24 April 2019 4:15pm - 5:45pm Location: MB-101
Session Organizers: Florian Kraxner, Fernando Ramos, Sonya Dewi, and Steffen Fritz
Session Chair: Florian Kraxner (IIASA ESM-CLR)
Session Chair: Steffen Fritz
How do we support transformation?
357N: Monitoring integrated restoration activities: enabling track-changes in complex land systems
Wednesday, 24 April 2019 4:15pm - 5:45pm Location: MB-114
Harnessing technology to evaluate restoration projects
Including: Michael Obersteiner
309RB: Assessing and evaluating the impact of the consumption of land-based products on biodiversity and ecosystem services - Part B
Wednesday, 25 April 2019 3:15pm - 4:45pm Location: MB-120
Global food and non-food supply chains of Brazilian cattle products and their land footprints - Full talk
Including: Victor Maus
305R: Human health outcomes of land use decisions
Thursday, 26 April 2019 10:30am-12:00pm · Location: MIT-120
Impact of food and agriculture policies on dietary patterns and malnutrition in India - full talk
Including: Narasimha Rao
333R: Mapping land system through coupling the biophysical and socioeconomic attributes based on remote sensing and big data approaches - Focus on land rent & markets
Thursday, 26 April 2019 10:30am-12:00pm · Location: UniS-A -122
Generating high-resolution national crop distribution maps: Combining statistics, gridded data and surveys using an optimization approach - Full talk
Including: Michiel Van Dijk and Petr Havlik
104RA: Roads to sustainability: Land use within sustainable development goals and planetary boundaries - Part A
Thursday, 26 April 2019 10:30am-12:00pm · Location: UniS-A -003
Reversing terrestrial biodiversity declines due to habitat loss: A multi-model assessment
Including: David Leclère, Michael Obersteiner, Hugo Valin, Piero Visconti, Fulvio Di Fulvio, Steffen Fritz, and Petr Havlík.
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