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Land system regime shifts and their impacts on ecosystem services and human well-being in forest frontier landscapes of Laos, Madagascar, and Myanmar: A comparative analysis

Applicant Zähringer Julie Gwendolin
Number 180391
Funding scheme Scientific Exchanges
Research institution Zentrum für Entwicklung und Umwelt Universität Bern
Institution of higher education University of Berne - BE
Main discipline Other disciplines of Environmental Sciences
Start/End 01.05.2018 - 31.10.2018
Approved amount 18'500.00
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All Disciplines (2)

Discipline
Other disciplines of Environmental Sciences
Social geography and ecology

Keywords (7)

land use change; ecosystem services; telecoupling; human well-being; Laos; Madagascar; Myanmar

Responsible applicant and co-applicants

Publications

Publication
The cash crop boom in southern Myanmar: tracing land use regime shifts through participatory mapping
Zaehringer Julie G., Lundsgaard-Hansen Lara, Thein Tun Tun, Llopis Jorge C., Tun Nwe Nwe, Myint Win, Schneider Flurina (2020), The cash crop boom in southern Myanmar: tracing land use regime shifts through participatory mapping, in Ecosystems and People, 16(1), 36-49.
Protecting half of the planet could directly affect over one billion people
Schleicher Judith, Zaehringer Julie G., Fastré Constance, Vira Bhaskar, Visconti Piero, Sandbrook Chris (2019), Protecting half of the planet could directly affect over one billion people, in Nature Sustainability, 2(12), 1094-1096.

Collaboration

Group / person Country
Types of collaboration
University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Europe)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Publication

Scientific events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Title of article or contribution Date Place Persons involved
4th Annual FLARE Meeting Talk given at a conference Impacts of land system regime shifts on human well-being in forest frontier landscapes of Southeast Asia 17.10.2018 Copenhagen, Denmark Zähringer Julie Gwendolin;
Zoology Lab Lunch, University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute Individual talk Telecoupled forest frontier landscapes in Laos, Myanmar, and Madagascar: co-producing knowledge for sustainable development 19.09.2018 Cambridge, Great Britain and Northern Ireland Zähringer Julie Gwendolin;
5th European Congress of Conservation Biology Talk given at a conference Land system regime shifts and their impacts on human well-being in forest frontier landscapes of Madagascar and Myanmar 12.06.2018 Jyväskylä, Finland Zähringer Julie Gwendolin;
Political Ecology Seminar, University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute Individual talk Managing telecoupled landscapes for the sustainable provision of ecosystem services and poverty alleviation in forest-frontier contexts of Laos, Myanmar, and Madagascar 08.05.2018 Cambridge, Great Britain and Northern Ireland Zähringer Julie Gwendolin;


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