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Governance Challenges in Land Use and Biodiversity Regulation
Submission Deadline: April 30, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Karin Ingold, Professor,PhD
Institute of Political Science and Oeschger Center for Climate Change Research, University of Bern, Switzerland
Environmental Social Science Department, Eawag, Dübendorf
Research Interests: Water Policy;Energy and Climate Change Policies;Land use and Biodiversity;Transformation in Pesticide Governance;Managing telecoupled landscapes for the sustainable provision of ecosystem services and poverty alleviationg;Pesticide use in tropical settings;Wetlands - Social-ecological networks in Swiss wetlands governance
About the topic
One major challenge for biodiversity conservation is land use and its different forms and current transformations. this special issue calls for research at the intersection of land use, socio-demographic transformation, climate change, and biodiversity conservation. we look for how cross-sectoral and multi-level complexities are challenging biodiversity conservation on one side, but offer also an ideal setting in addressing fragmentation on the other. we are welcoming social scientific applications from different disciplines such as political science, policy studies, human geography or economics and are interested in social-ecological inter-linkages and multi-method approaches.
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