Peter Messerli
Peter Messerli
Director, Wyss Academy for Nature at the University of Bern
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Trends, drivers and impacts of changes in swidden cultivation in tropical forest-agriculture frontiers: a global assessment
N Van Vliet, O Mertz, A Heinimann, T Langanke, U Pascual, B Schmook, ...
Global environmental change 22 (2), 418-429, 2012
Mapping interactions between the sustainable development goals: lessons learned and ways forward
M Nilsson, E Chisholm, D Griggs, P Howden-Chapman, D McCollum, ...
Sustainability science 13, 1489-1503, 2018
Middle-range theories of land system change
P Meyfroidt, RR Chowdhury, A de Bremond, EC Ellis, KH Erb, T Filatova, ...
Global environmental change 53, 52-67, 2018
Transnational land deals for agriculture in the global south: analytical report based on the land matrix database
W Anseeuw, M Boche, T Breu, M Giger, J Lay, P Messerli, K Nolte
The Land Matrix Partnership, h ttp://landportal. info/landmatrix/media/img …, 2012
Global sustainable development report 2019: the future is now–science for achieving sustainable development
P Messerli, E Murniningtyas, P Eloundou-Enyegue, EG Foli, E Furman, ...
United Nations, 2019
Ten facts about land systems for sustainability
P Meyfroidt, A De Bremond, CM Ryan, E Archer, R Aspinall, A Chhabra, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (7), e2109217118, 2022
Sustainable livelihoods in the global land rush? Archetypes of livelihood vulnerability and sustainability potentials
C Oberlack, L Tejada, P Messerli, S Rist, M Giger
Global environmental change 41, 153-171, 2016
The geography of large-scale land acquisitions: Analysing socio-ecological patterns of target contexts in the global South
P Messerli, M Giger, MB Dwyer, T Breu, S Eckert
Applied Geography 53, 449-459, 2014
How can science support the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development? Four tasks to tackle the normative dimension of sustainability
F Schneider, A Kläy, AB Zimmermann, T Buser, M Ingalls, P Messerli
Sustainability science 14, 1593-1604, 2019
Significance of Telecoupling for Exploration of Land-Use Change
H Eakin, R DeFries, S Kerr, EF Lambin, J Liu, PJ Marcotullio, P Messerli, ...
Rethinking Global Land Use in an Urban Era, 141, 2014
An assessment of trends in the extent of swidden in Southeast Asia
D Schmidt-Vogt, SJ Leisz, O Mertz, A Heinimann, T Thiha, P Messerli, ...
Human Ecology 37, 269-280, 2009
Transnational land deals for agriculture in the Global South.
W Anseeuw, M Boche, T Breu, M Giger, J Lay, P Messerli, K Nolte
Creating a public tool to assess and promote transparency in global land deals: the experience of the Land Matrix
W Anseeuw, J Lay, P Messerli, M Giger, M Taylor
Journal of Peasant Studies 40 (3), 521-530, 2013
Interactions among Sustainable Development Goals: Knowledge for identifying multipliers and virtuous cycles
M Pham‐Truffert, F Metz, M Fischer, H Rueff, P Messerli
Sustainable development 28 (5), 1236-1250, 2020
Archetype analysis in sustainability research
C Oberlack, D Sietz, EB Bonanomi, A De Bremond, J Dell'Angelo, ...
Ecology and Society 24 (2), 2019
Closing global knowledge gaps: Producing generalized knowledge from case studies of social-ecological systems
NR Magliocca, EC Ellis, GRH Allington, A De Bremond, J Dell’Angelo, ...
Global environmental change 50, 1-14, 2018
Finding homogeneity in heterogeneity—A new approach to quantifying landscape mosaics developed for the Lao PDR
P Messerli, A Heinimann, M Epprecht
Human Ecology 37, 291-304, 2009
A landscape mosaics approach for characterizing swidden systems from a REDD+ perspective
C Hett, JC Castella, A Heinimann, P Messerli, JL Pfund
Applied Geography 32 (2), 608-618, 2012
Expansion of sustainability science needed for the SDGs
P Messerli, EM Kim, W Lutz, JP Moatti, K Richardson, M Saidam, D Smith, ...
Nature sustainability 2 (10), 892-894, 2019
Polycentric governance in telecoupled resource systems
C Oberlack, S Boillat, S Brönnimann, JD Gerber, A Heinimann, ...
Ecology and Society 23 (1), 2018
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