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Telecoupling

Exploring Land-Use Change in a Globalised World

Cecilie Friis (Redaktør) ; Jonas O. Nielsen (Redaktør)

This book presents a comprehensive exploration of the emerging concept and framework of telecoupling and how it can help create a better understanding of land-use change in a globalised world. Land-use change is increasingly characterised by a spatial disconnect between its main environmental, socioeconomic and political drivers and the main impacts and outcomes of those changes. Les mer
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This book presents a comprehensive exploration of the emerging concept and framework of telecoupling and how it can help create a better understanding of land-use change in a globalised world. Land-use change is increasingly characterised by a spatial disconnect between its main environmental, socioeconomic and political drivers and the main impacts and outcomes of those changes. The authors examine how this separation of the production and consumption of land-based resources is driven by population growth, urbanisation, climate change, and biodiversity and carbon conservation efforts. Identifying and fostering more sustainable, just and equitable modes of land use and intervening in unsustainable ones thus constitute substantial, almost overwhelming challenges for science and policy. This book brings together leading scholars on land-use change and sustainability to systematically discuss the relevance of telecoupling research in addressing these challenges. The book presents an overview of the telecoupling approach, reflects on a number of the most pressing issues surrounding land-use change today and discusses the agenda for advancing understanding on sustainable land-use change through interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research.

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1 Global Land-Use Change through a Telecoupling Lens: An Introduction; Cecilie Friis and Jonas O. NielsenPart I: Overview2 What Is Telecoupling?; Jinguo Liu, Anna Herzberger, Kelly Kapsar, Andrew K. Carlson, and Thomas Connor3 Telecoupling: A New Framework for Researching Land-Use Change in a Globalised World; Cecilie Friis4 Explanations in Telecoupling Research; Patrick MeyfroidtPart II: Topics5 Mapping Export-Oriented Crop Production;Christian Levers and Daniel Muller6 Telecoupling and Consumption in Agri-Food Systems; Rachael Garrett and Ximena Rueda7 Toolbox: Flow Analysis-Social Metabolism in the Analysis of Telecoupling; Anke Schaffartzik and Thomas Kastner8 Trade and Land-Use Telecouplings; Javier Godar and Toby Gardner9 Governance for Sustainability in Telecoupled Systems; Edward Challies, Jens Newig, and Andrea Lenschow10 Toolbox: Operationalising Telecoupling with Network Analysis; Jonathan W. Seaquist and Emma Li Johansson11 Environmental Justice in Telecoupling Research; Esteve Corbera, Louise Marie Busck-Lumholt, Finn Mempel, and Beatriz Rodriguez-Labajos12 Livelihoods through the Lens of Telecoupling; Yann le Polain de Waroux13 Toolbox: Spatial Analysis and Modelling; Peter H. Verburg14 Urban Telecouplings; Dagmar Haase15 Conservation Telecouplings; Tobias Kuemmerle, Thomas Kastner, Patrick Meyfroidt, and Siyu Qin16 Toolbox: Capturing and Understanding Telecoupling through Qualitative Research; Jonas O. Nielsen, Janine Hauer, and Cecilie Friis17 Discursive Telecouplings; Joel Persson and Ole MertzPart III: Agenda18 Beyond Integration: Exploring the Interdisciplinary Potential of Telecoupling Research; Jonas O. Nielsen, Cecilie Friis, and Joerg Niewoehner19 Co-producing Knowledge for Sustainable Development in Telecoupled Land Systems; Julie G. Zaehringer, Flurina Schneider, Andreas Heinimann, and Peter Messerli

Om forfatteren

Cecilie Friis is a post-doctoral researcher at the IRI THESys at the Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, Germany. Her research focuses on land-use change, crop booms, and land grabbing in frontier regions of Southeast Asia, and she is the Co-Organiser of a Global Land Programme Working Group on Telecoupling Research towards Sustainable Transformation of Land Systems.

Jonas O. Nielsen is Professor of Integrative Geography at the Geography Department and Research Group Leader at the IRI THESys at the Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, Germany. He is on the Scientific Steering Committee of the Global Land Programme and the Coordinator of a Horizon 2020 funded Innovative Training Network on telecoupling.