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 How much land is needed for global food production under scenarios of dietary changes and livestock productivity increases in 2030?

How much land is needed for global food production under scenarios of dietary changes and livestock productivity increases in 2030?

Focali researcher Göran Berndes has, together with the main author Stefan Wirsenius and Christian Azar, written this article which has been published in Agricultural Systems (2010).

Brazilian Agriculture and Environmental Legislation: Status and Future Challenges

Brazilian Agriculture and Environmental Legislation: Status and Future Challenges

Focali researcher Göran Berndes is co-author to this article published in Environmental Science & Technology, 2010, 44 (16), pp 6046–6053

Carbon sequestration in tropical forests and water: a critical look at the basis for commonly used generalizations

Carbon sequestration in tropical forests and water: a critical look at the basis for commonly used generalizations

An article written by Focali reseacher Anders Malmer et. al. and it is published in Global Change Biology.

Carbon sequestration versus bioenergy: A case study from South India exploring the relative land-use efficiency of two options for climate change mitigation

Carbon sequestration versus bioenergy: A case study from South India exploring the relative land-use efficiency of two options for climate change mitigation

Focali researchers Göran Berndes and Madelene Ostwald are co-writers of this article that comparestwo different land-use strategies for climate change mitigation in Karnataka, Indien.

Preserving the World’s Tropical Forests - A Price on Carbon May Not Do

Preserving the World’s Tropical Forests - A Price on Carbon May Not Do

An article by Focali researcher U. Martin Persson and Christian Azar, published in Environmental Science and Technology, 2010, 44 (1), pp 210–215.

1st Dialogue meeting on the future of the Brazilian Amazon - potential implications of the new political landscape?

Welcome to this first meeting in a series of dialogue seminars initiated by Focali at GMV in collaboration with SIANI, GGBC, GAC, LUCSUS and other partners interested to join this initiative with a fo ...

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