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  1. An International Research Programme ofthe German Federal Ministryof Education and Research (BMBF) Strategiesfor Action, Technologies and System Solutions

  2. global change • Climate change • Changing demographic structures • Conflictsbetweennourishment,energysuppliesandothereconomic activities • Enormous challenge for • policy, economy and society Source: National Geographic Source: Peter Essick Source: Kaizo.net Challenge

  3. LAND USE – FORCE OF GLOBAL IMPORTANCE • TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN IMMEDIATE HUMAN NEEDS AND MAINTAINING THE CAPACITY OF THE BIOSPHERETO PROVIDE GOODS AND SERVICES IN A LONG TERM. • DRIVERS • Population growth • Climate change • Globalization • GLOBAL LAND USE • Agriculture 14,0% • Forestry 31,0% • Pasture, livestock breeding 26,0% • Dwellings, infrastructure 0,5% • Conservation areas 11,0% • Other 17,5% • Productivitythrough fossil resources • Waterconsumption Extent of agricultural land cover across the world in 1990s (Foley et al. 2009, SCIENCE) Land Use

  4. Duration: 2010 to 2016 • Budget approx. 115 Mio. € • Regional and integrative approach Source: UFZ Sustainable Land Management

  5. Research areas • Interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services • Innovative system solutions for sustainable land management • General Objectives • Focus on regions severely affected by climate and structural-demographic changes • Generating the knowledge needed for decision making at regional levels • Development of technologies, system solutions and policy strategies that can be implemented as policies and transferred to comparable regions • Involvement of regional and local stakeholders Research Areas

  6. Research areas Interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services Innovative system solutions for sustainable land management • General Objectives • Focus on regions severely affected by climate and structural-demographic changes • Generating the knowledge needed for decision making at regional levels • Development of technologies, system solutions and policy strategies that can be implemented as policies and transferred to comparable regions • Involvement of regional and local stakeholders Source: SuLaMa Objectives

  7. Research areas Interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services Innovative system solutions for sustainable land management • General Objectives • Focus on regions severely affected by climate and structural-demographic changes • Generating the knowledge needed for decision making at regional levels • Development of technologies, system solutions and policy strategies that can be implemented as policies and transferred to comparable regions • Involvement of regional and local stakeholders Objectives

  8. Research areas Interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services Innovative system solutions for sustainable land management • General Objectives • Focus on regions severely affected by climate and structural-demographic changes • Generating the knowledge needed for decision making at regional levels • Development of technologies, system solutions and policy strategies that can be implemented as policies and transferred to comparable regions • Involvement of regional and local stakeholders Objectives

  9. Research areas Interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services Innovative system solutions for sustainable land management • General Objectives • Focus on regions severely affected by climate and structural-demographic changes • Generating the knowledge needed for decision making at regional levels • Development of technologies, system solutions and policy strategies that can be implemented as policies and transferred to comparable regions • Involvement of regional and local stakeholders Source: J. Settele Objectives

  10. MODULE A MODULE B Interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services Innovative system solutions for sustainable land management • Objectives • Explore interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services • Provide a basis for decision-making and initiate the development of measures for sustainable land management in the regions • Develop socio-economic instruments accounting for ecosystem services and climate protection goals • Objectives • Develop innovative and practical solutions for sustainable land management in the regions • Advance technologies and forecast instruments in order to identify adaptation requirements of land use systems • Organize decentralized systems for renewable energies Organizational Structure

  11. MODULE A MODULE B Interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services Innovative system solutions for sustainable land management BMBF Dept 723 BMBF Dept 724 Project Man. PT-DLR Project Man. Jülich (PtJ) Regional Projects Carbiocial ▪ CCLandStraD COMTESS ▪ INNOVATE KULUNDA ▪ LEGATO LUCCi ▪ SASCHA SuLaMa ▪ SuMaRiO SURUMER The Future Okavango Regional Projects €Lan ▪ AgroForNet BEST ▪ ELaN ▪ Eudysé KuLaRuhr▪ LaTerra Löbestein ▪ NaLaMa-nt Null-Emissions-Gemeinden RegioProjektCheck RePro ▪ VIP Scientific Coordination and Synthesis GLUES (UFZ) Scientific Coordination (ZALF) Organizational Structure

  12. MODULE A MODULE B Interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services Innovative system solutions for sustainable land management 12 Regional Projects - Worldwide Carbiocial ▪ CCLandStraD ▪ COMTESS ▪ INNOVATE KULUNDA ▪ LEGATO ▪ LUCCi ▪ SASCHA ▪ SuLaMa ▪ SuMaRiO SURUMER ▪ The Future Okavango 13 Regional Projects - Germany €Lan ▪ AgroForNet ▪ BEST ▪ ELaN ▪ Eudysé▪ KuLaRuhrLaTerra ▪ Löbestein ▪ NaLaMa-nt ▪ Null-Emissions-Gemeinden RegioProjektCheck ▪ RePro ▪ VIP Regional Projects

  13. MODULE A MODULE B Interactions between land management, climate change and ecosystem services Innovative system solutions for sustainable land management Scientific Coordination and Synthesis (GLUES)* Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) Department of Computational Landscape Ecology Permoserstraße 15 04318 Leipzig Prof. Dr. Ralf Seppelt Andreas Werntze, MSc. Phone: +49 (0) 341-2351816 E-Mail: andreas.werntze@ufz.de Scientific Coordination Project Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) e.V. Institute of Socio-Economics Eberwalder Straße 84 15374 Münchenberg Prof. Dr. Klaus Müller PD Dr.-Ing. Thomas Weith Phone: +49 (0) 33432-82124 E-Mail: thomas.weith@zalf.de *Global Assessment of Land Use Dynamics, Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Ecosystem Services Contacts

  14. Thank you for your attention!