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The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) will run an international Summer School at its ‘Campus Alpin’ in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Germany, on the topic of land use and ecosystem change during August 2022. Deadline: 27 May
The free course from NASA's ARSET program will outline the basics of ecosystem services and natural capital accounting. It will also provide an overview of how Earth Observations (EO) can be used to support global frameworks and initiatives such as standards set by the United Nation’s System of Environmental Economic Accounting (UN-SEEA). The course takes place over three 1.5-hour sessions.
SSC member Rachael Garrett will be a keynote speaker at this conference that brings together researchers and policymakers working on issues associated with finance and economics and their impact on biodiversity.
The course provides in-depth insights to the actors, processes and problems of global environmental politics and offers both practical and theoretical understanding about the world of international relations.
The GLP Working Group "Archetype Analysis in Sustainability and Land Governance Research" would like to invite you to their next meetup.
On September 29-30 under the theme "Perspectives of forestry and related sectors as drivers of sustainable development in the post-COVID era", the conference will take place in a hybrid format, with UNCCD Science-Policy Interface member Prof. Rattan Lal presenting giving a lecture during the panel.
The need to share landscapes between humans and wildlife presents a major societal challenge. For Pathways Europe 2022, we will explore the crucial question: how can we share landscapes in ways that are beneficial for both humans and wildlife in times of species extinction, climate change and social injustice? The deadline for organized sessions is 4 March, and the deadline for individual abstracts and posters is 1 April.
This year’s conference theme is: Governing accelerated transitions: justice, creativity, and power in a transforming world. Deadline for paper and full session abstracts: 1 February.
Five days of scientific and policy sessions, workshops, and tours focusing on topics such as: Earth Observation, Ecology, Economics, Ecosystem Services, Education, Energy, Food, Health, Society and Water.