8 Works

Modelling Land Use Changes in the Democratic Republic of Congo 2000-2030. A report by the REDD-PAC project.

A. Mosnier, R. Mant, J. Pirker, P. Bodin, D. Bokelo, P. Tonga, P. Havlik, G. Bocqueho, P. Maukonen, M. Obersteiner, V. Kapos & M. Tadoum

Modelling Land Use Changes in the Republic of Congo 2000-2030. A report by the REDD-PAC project.

A. Mosnier, R. Mant, J. Pirker, P. Bodin, R. Ndinga, P. Tonga, P. Havlik, G. Bocqueho, P. Maukonen, M. Obersteiner, V. Kapos & M. Tadoum

Modelling future land use changes in Central Africa 2000-2030. A report by the REDD-PAC project

A. Mosnier, R. Mant, J. Pirker, B. Bodin, A. Makoudjou, E. Awono, D. Bokelo, P. Tonga, R. Ndinga, P. Havlik, G. Bocqueho, P. Maukonen, M. Obersteiner, V. Kapos & M. Tadoum

Using models to inform policies to meet multiple objectives. Sustainable development, climate change mitigation and biodiversity conservation in Central Africa

R. Mant, S. Garcia-Rangel, M. Tadoum, C. Nchoutpouen, P. Tonga, A. Makoudjou, D. Bokelo Bile, R.G. Ndinga, A. Mosnier, M. Obersteiner, F. Kraxner, J. Pirker, G. Bocqueho, Petr Havlik & K. Valerie
Land-use change models can help in developing a holistic understanding of the range of potential impacts of different land-use related policy options, and so strengthen the development and implementation of policies to meet a range of objectives; including sustainable development, climate change mitigation, food security and biodiversity conservation. Member countries of the Central Africa Forest Commission (COMIFAC) have committed to sustainable management of the region’s forests, including under the COMIFAC “Convergence Plan”, and to achieving...

Modelling Land Use Change in Brazil:2000-2050 (Dataset)

G. Camara, A. Soterroni, F. Ramos, A. Carvalho, P. Andrade, R.S. Souza, A. Mosnier, R. Mant, M. Buurman, M. Pena, P. Havlik, J. Pirker, F. Kraxner, M. Obersteiner, V. Kapos, A. Affonso, G. Espindola & G. Bocqueho
The input and output land cover dataset across all modelled time periods (2000-2050) and scenarios resulting from the work of the REDD-PAC project in Brazil. Please consult the data section of the REDD-PAC website (http://redd-pac.org/new_page.php?contents=data1.csv) to access a data visualization tool and to obtain the dataset in WFS format. This dataset can be accessed and displayed using GIS software such as QGIS. Please consult the metadata file for further instructions

Modelling Land Use Change in Brazil:2000-2050

G. Camara, A. Soterroni, F. Ramos, A. Carvalho, P. Andrade, R.S. Souza, A. Mosnier, R. Mant, M. Buurman, M. Pena, P. Havlik, J. Pirker, F. Kraxner, M. Obersteiner, V. Kapos, A. Affonso, G. Espindola & G. Bocqueho

Modelling Land Use Changes in Cameroon 2000-2030. A report by the REDD-PAC project.

A. Mosnier, R. Mant, J. Pirker, A. Makoudjou, E. Awono, P. Bodin, P. Tonga, P. Havlik, G. Bocqueho, P. Maukonen, M. Obersteiner, V. Kapos & M. Tadoum

Using Models to inform Policies that meet multiple Objectives. Assessing the Contribution of Brazil's Forest Code to Biodiversity Conservation

G. CâMara, F. Ramos, A. Soterroni, R. Cartaxo, P. Andrade, M. Buurman, A. Affonso, G. EspíNdola, A.Y. De Carvalho, M. Pena, A. Mosnier, M. Obersteiner, F. Kraxner, J. Pirker, G. Bocqueho, P. Havlik, R. Mant, V. Kapos & S. Garcia-Rangel
Land-use change models can help to develop a holistic understanding of the range of potential impacts of different land-use related policy options, and so can strengthen development and implementation of policies to meet a range of objectives, including biodiversity conservation, climate change mitigation, sustainable development and food security. Brazil’s Native Vegetation Protection Act, commonly known as the Forest Code (FC), is one example of a policy that can be used to achieve several objectives. Using...

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