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Pasts and Presents of Urban Socio-Hydrogeology: Groundwater Levels in Berlin, 1870−2020
Although it is self-evident that today’s groundwater issues have a history that frames both problems and responses, these histories have received scant attention in the socio-hydrogeological literature to date. This paper ...
Quo vadis Patria Gaucha? Uruguayan pathways of land use change
South American grasslands, socio-ecological systems used heavily for a long time, are currently experiencing dramatic land-use changes due to implementation of large-scale afforestation and agro-industrial cash crops. ...
Rapid growth in agricultural trade: effects on global area efficiency and the role of management
Cropland is crucial for supplying humans with biomass products, above all, food. Globalization has led to soaring volumes of international trade, resulting in strongly increasing distances between the locations where land ...
How to Bloom the Green Desert: Eucalyptus Plantations and Native Forests in Uruguay beyond Black and White Perspectives
The ongoing debate on the boon or bane of monocultural timber plantations demonstrates the need to develop alternative approaches that achieve forest productivity while conserving biodiversity. We assessed the diversity ...
How to feed the cities? Co-creating inclusive, healthy and sustainable city region food systems
People drive transitions. Current urban living conditions, specifically food systems, challenge the health, wellbeing and coherence of individuals and whole societies, and for effective change toward resilient communities, ...
Let's Do It Online?! Challenges and Lessons for Inclusive Virtual Participation
Within the broader framework of the EU-H2020 EdiCitNet project—a large-scale collaborative project with a multi-stakeholder approach—there is the opportunity to observe participatory planning approaches to mainstream ...