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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

Scenario analysis notebooks for the IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 C

D. Huppmann, J. Rogelj, E. Kriegler, L. Mundaca, P. Forster, S. Kobayashi, R. Seferian & M.V. Vilarino

The Digital Revolution and Sustainable Development: Opportunities and Challenges. Report prepared by the World in 2050 initiative

N. Nakicenovic, D. Messner, C. Zimm, G. Clarke, J. Rockström, A.P.D. Aguiar, B. Boza-Kiss, L. Campagnolo, I. Chabay, D. Collste, L. Comolli, L. Gomez-Echeverri, A. Goujon, A. Grubler, R. Jung, M. Kamei, G. Kamiya, E. Kriegler, M. Kuhn, J. Leininger, C. Martin-Shields, B. Mayor Rodriguez, J. Miller, A. Miola, K. Riahi … & E. Zusman
The Digital Revolution, including technologies such as virtual and augmented reality, additive manufacturing or 3D-printing, (general purpose) artificial intelligence, or the Internet of Things, has entered the public discourse in many countries. Looking back, it is almost impossible to believe that digitalization is barely featured in the 2030 Agenda or the Paris Agreement. It is increasingly clear that digital changes, we refer to them as the Digital Revolution, are becoming a key driving force in...

Global cropland nitrogen flows for the year 2000 and 2010 simulated by GLOBIOM

J. Chang, P. Havlik, D. Leclere, W. De Vries, H. Valin, A. Deppermann, T. Hasegawa & M. Obersteiner
The dataset provides data on global cropland nitrogen flows for the year 2000 and 2010 at country level simulated by GLOBIOM. The nitrogen flows include N fertilizer, N manure, N fixation, N deposition, and harvested N. GLOBIOM (Global Biosphere Management Model) is a global partial equilibrium model allocating land-based activities, i.e. management of cropland, livestock systems and forestry, under land availability constraints, to maximize the sum of producer and consumer surpluses. In a recent version,...

Years of Good Life (YoGL): A wellbeing indicator designed to serve research on sustainability

W. Lutz, E. Striessnig, A. Dimitrova, S. Ghislandi, A. Lijadi, C. Reiter, S. Spitzer & D. Yildiz

A Crowdsourced Global Data Set for Validating Built-up Surface Layers V.2

L. See, I. Georgieva, M. Duerauer, T. Kemper, C. Corbane, L. Maffenini, J. Gallego, M. Pesaresi, F. Sirbu, R. Ahmed, K. Blyshchyk, B. Magori, V. Blyshchyk, O. Melnyk, R. Zadorozhniuk, M.-T. Mandici, Y.-F. Su, A.H. Rabia, A. Pérez-Hoyos, R. Vasylyshyn, C.K. Pawe, S. Bilous, S.B. Kovalevskyi, S.S. Kovalevskyi, K. Bordoloi … & S. Fritz
This collection contains data that were collected during a crowdsourcing campaign using Geo-Wiki (https://www.geo-wiki.org/). The campaign involved visual interpretation of a sample that is designed for validating any existing global built-up surface product. A zipped shapefile (ValidationGrids.zip) contains the random stratified sample of 50K locations, which consist of 80x80m grids further sub-divided into 10m cells so there are 64 cells per grid. These locations were provided to the crowd, who used very high-resolution satellite images...

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

IAMC 1.5°C Scenario Explorer and Data hosted by IIASA

Daniel Huppmann, Elmar Kriegler, Volker Krey, Keywan Riahi, Joeri Rogelj, Steven Rose, John Weyant, Nico Bauer, Christoph Bertram, Valentina Bosetti, Katherine Calvin, Jonathan Doelman, Laurent Drouet, Johannes Emmerling, Stefan Frank, Shinichiro Fujimori, David Gernaat, Arnulf Grubler, Celine Guivarch, Martin Haigh, Christian Holz, Gokul Iyer, Etsushi Kato, Kimon Keramidas, Alban Kitous … & Runsen Zhang

Pathways to Sustainable Land-Use and Food Systems. 2020 Report of the FABLE Consortium

, J. Poncet, A. Mosnier, G. Schmidt-Traub, M. Obersteiner, F. DeClerck, S. Jones, K. Pérez-Guzmán, C. Douzal & C. François

MESSAGEix-GLOBIOM Documentation - 2020 release

V Krey, P Havlik, PN Kishimoto, O Fricko, J Zilliacus, M Gidden, M Strubegger, G Kartasasmita, T Ermolieva, N Forsell, F Guo, M Gusti, D Huppmann, N Johnson, J Kikstra, G Kindermann, P Kolp, F Lovat, DL McCollum, J Min, S Pachauri, SC Parkinson, S Rao, J Rogelj, G Ünlü … & K Riahi
These webpages document the IIASA Integrated Assessment Modeling (IAM) framework, also referred to as MESSAGEix-GLOBIOM. MESSAGEix-GLOBIOM is a global model, covering 11 world regions and was originally developed for the quantification of the so-called Shared Socio-economic Pathways (SSPs). The documentation includes information on the spatial and temporal structure of the model, the socio-economic drivers, the energy supply and demand sector representation, the agriculture, forest and other land-use component, and the macro-economic and climate modules. It...

A Crowdsourced Global Data Set for Validating Built-up Surface Layers

L. See, I. Georgieva, M. Duerauer, T. Kemper, C. Corbane, L. Maffenini, J. Gallego, M. Pesaresi, F. Sirbu, R. Ahmed, K. Blyshchyk, B. Magori, V. Blyshchyk, O. Melnyk, R. Zadorozhniuk, M.-T. Mandici, Y.-F. Su, A.H. Rabia, A. Pérez-Hoyos, R. Vasylyshyn, C.K. Pawe, S. Bilous, S.B. Kovalevskyi, S.S. Kovalevskyi, K. Bordoloi … & S. Fritz
This collection contains data that were collected during a crowdsourcing campaign using Geo-Wiki (https://www.geo-wiki.org/). The campaign involved visual interpretation of a sample that is designed for validating any existing global built-up surface product. A zipped shapefile (ValidationGrids.zip) contains the random stratified sample of 50K locations, which consist of 80x80m grids further sub-divided into 10m cells so there are 64 cells per grid. These locations were provided to the crowd, who used very high-resolution satellite images...

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...

FABLE Calculator 2020 update

A. Mosnier, L. Penescu, K. Pérez-Guzmán, J. Steinhauser, M. Thomson, C. Douzal & J. Poncet

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

Gridded Soil Surface Nitrogen Surplus on Grazing and Agricultural Land: Impact of Land Use Maps

K. Kaltenegger
Excess N application on agricultural land greatly impacts the environment in multiple ways, driven by population growth and improving quality of human diets. Therefore, it is essential to quantify the sources of the emissions of N compounds and their determinants (e.g. biological N fixation (BNF), mineral fertilizer, manure N and N deposition) to develop adequate mitigation measures. Here aim at comprehensively mapping and quantifying N fluxes on agricultural land to analyze these sources on different...

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

Towards pathways bending the curve terrestrial biodiversity trends within the 21st century

D. Leclere, M. Obersteiner, R. Alkemade, R. Almond, M. Barrett, G. Bunting, N. Burgess, S. Butchart, A. Chaudhary, S. Cornell, A. De Palma, F. DeClerck, F. Di Fulvio, M. Di Marco, J. Doelman, M. Durauer, S. Ferrier, R. Freeman, S. Fritz, S. Fujimori, M. Grooten, M. Harfoot, T. Harwood, T. Hasegawa, P. Havlik … & L. Young

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...

Transformations to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Report prepared by The World in 2050 initiative

N. Nakicenovic, K. Riahi, B. Boza-Kiss, S. Busch, S. Fujimori, A. Goujon, A. Grubler, T. Hasegawa, P. Kolp, D.L. McCollum, R. Muttarak, M. Obersteiner, S. Pachauri, S. Parkinson & C. Zimm
The World in 2050 (TWI2050) initiative endeavors to demonstrate how the objectives of sustainable development within planetary boundaries can be met, ensuring prosperity, social inclusion, and good governance for all. TWI2050 is a global research initiative launched by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), and the Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC). The initiative brings together a network of more than 150 participants that includes leading policymakers, analysts, modelling...

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