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PROBLEM: LAND USE / DEFORESTATION

[1] Jonathan A. Foley, Navin Ramankutty, Kate A. Brauman, Emily S. Cassidy, James S. Gerber, Matt Johnston, Nathaniel D. Mueller, Christine O’Connell, Deepak K. Ray, Paul C. West, Christian Balzer, Elena M. Bennett, Stephen R. Carpenter, Jason Hill, Chad Monfreda, Stephen Polasky, Johan Rockström, John Sheehan, Stefan Siebert, David Tilman & David P. M. Zaks. 2011. ‘Solutions for a cultivated planet’, Nature, 478, no. 7369, pp. 337–42.

[2] Cassidy, Emily, Paul West, James Gerber, and Jonathan Foley. 2013. “Redefining Agricultural Yields: From Tonnes to People Nourished per Hectare.” Environmental Research Letters 8, no. 3: 1-8.

[3] Kaimowitz, David and Joyotee Smith. 2001. “Soybean Technology and the Loss of Natural Vegetation in Brazil and Bolivia”in Agricultural Technologies and Tropical Deforestation.

[4] Lesslie, Rob and Jodie Mewett. 2013. Land Use and Management: The Australian Context. Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences Research Report 13.1. Canberra, ACT.

[5] WWF. 2018. Living Planet Report 2018. Aiming Higher. Gland, Switzerland.https://www.wwf.org.au/knowledge-centre/living-planet-report#gs.3jb0re

[6] Nepstad, Daniel, Claudia Stickler, Britaldo Silveira Soares-Filho, and Frank Merry. 2008. “Interactions among Amazon Land Use, Forests and Climate: Prospects for a Near-term Forest Tipping Point.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 363, no. 1498: 1737-746.

[7] Nepstad, Daniel, Claudia Stickler, Britaldo Silveira Soares-Filho, and Frank Merry. 2008. “Interactions among Amazon Land Use, Forests and Climate: Prospects for a Near-term Forest Tipping Point.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 363, no. 1498: 1737-746.


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SOLUTION: LAND USE / DEFORESTATION

[1] Machovina, Brian, Kenneth J Feeley, and William J Ripple. 2015. “Biodiversity Conservation: The Key Is Reducing Meat Consumption”. Science of the Total Environment  536: 419-31.

[2] Rabès, Anaëlle, Louise Seconda, Brigitte Langevin, Benjamin Allès, Mathilde Touvier, Serge Hercberg, Denis Lairon, Julia Baudry, Philippe Pointereau, and Emmanuelle Kesse-Guyot. 2020. “Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Energy Demand and Land Use Associated with Omnivorous, Pesco-vegetarian, Vegetarian, and Vegan Diets Accounting for Farming Practices.” Sustainable Production and Consumption  22: 138-46.

[3] Aleksandrowicz, Lukasz, Rosemary Green, Edward J. M. Joy, Pete Smith, and Andy Haines. 2016. “The Impacts of Dietary Change on Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Land Use, Water Use, and Health: A Systematic Review.” PLoS ONE 11, no. 11

[4] Erb, Karlheinz, Christian Lauk, Thomas Kastner, Andreas Mayer, Michaela C. Theurl, and Helmut Haberl. 2016. “Exploring the Biophysical Option Space for Feeding the World without Deforestation.”Nature Communications 7, no. 1: 11382.

[5] IPCC. 2019. Summary for Policymakers. In: Climate Change and Land: an IPCC special report on climate change, desertification, land degradation, sustainable land management, food security, and greenhouse gas fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems.

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