Land-use changes are increasingly discussed in relation to not only climate change, but also political and socio-economic changes and because these interactions are so complex, land science is becoming broader, involving more diverse communities.
In a special issue of the journal Environments focusing on “Land Use Change in the Changing Environment”, our Research Programme Head, Louise Gallagher investigates with colleagues how Green Economy Principles may help improve development outcomes in the Mekong Basin.
Land Use Change in the Changing Environment
Guest edited by Prof. Dr. Teiji Watanabe
Green Economy Modelling of Ecosystem Services along the ‘Road to Dawei’
Bassi A, Gallagher L and Helsingen H (2016)
Environments 3(3): 19
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