European Nodal Office

European Nodal Office

European Land-use Institute (ELI)

+49 345 55 26066

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
Institute for Geosciences and Geography
Dept. Sustainable Landscape Development
06120 Halle (Saale)

Focus on: land management, land use planning and land use policies.

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Tuesday, June 4, 2024 (All day) to Thursday, June 6, 2024 (All day)

The 16th Nordic Environmental Social Science Conference, hosted by Åbo Akademi University in cooperation with the University of Turku, Finland, calls environmental social science scholars for meeting and discussing current challenges related to knowledge (co)production. Scholars from other fields interested in interdisciplinary knowledge co-production and co-creation for sustainability are also warmly welcome.

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Academic position in Human Geography at the Earth and Life Institute

UC Louvain

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Monday, November 13, 2023

Within the Science and Technology Sector, the position to be filled will be attached to the Faculty of Science (School of Geography), and the Earth and Life Institute. Deadline: 13 November 2023


September 5, 2023

A new paper in Land Use Policy looked at 94 papers about different types of conflicts (land-use, socio-economic, ethnic, and human-wildlife conflicts) in urban peripheries in Europe.

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July 13, 2023

The webinar recording and presenters' slides are now available from the GLP Telecoupling Research Towards Sustainable Transformation of Land Systems Working Group's May webinar "The Telecoupled Implications of EU's New Regulation on 'Deforestation-free' Supply Chains".

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July 12, 2023

A new paper in Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy addresses a gap by performing a model validation of the LUISA Territorial Modelling Platform, a spatial model jointly simulating population and land use at a fine resolution (100 m) in the European Union and United Kingdom.

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April 24, 2023

A new paper in Ecological Economics estimates the impacts of countries' agricultural systems on biodiversity, using bird counts in an area where Switzerland, Germany, and France come together.

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