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  1. The Emerging Governance Landscape around Zero Deforestation Pledges. Insights into dynamics and effects of zero deforestation pledges.

    Voluntary commitments to eliminate or reduce deforestation are developing into a powerful framing of global activities to combat deforestation and forest degradation. With the demand for...

  2. Developments in monitoring climate change adaptation in urban areas. Quick scan of experiences outside the Netherlands.

    In support of the Dutch Delta Programme on Spatial Adaptation, PBL has conducted a quick scan of developments outside the Netherlands in methods to monitor the impact (output and outcome) of...

  3. Meer perspectieven op een duurzaam voedselsysteem

    Binnen Nederland bestaat er nog geen overeenstemming over wat een duurzame voedselproductie en -consumptie precies inhouden. Er zijn meerdere mogelijkheden om naar ‘duurzaam’ voedsel te kijken. De...

  4. Perspectieven op duurzaam voedsel: pluriformiteit in debat en beleid

    In deze beleidsstudie onderscheiden we 5 perspectieven op duurzaam voedsel die in het Nederlandse maatschappelijke debat over voedsel en duurzaamheid terugkomen. Elk perspectief vertelt een...

  5. The geography of future water challenges - Background reports

    These background documents provide the scientific justification of the information produced for PBL report ‘The Geography of Future Water Challenges’.

  6. Assessing future reactive nitrogen inputs into global croplands based on the shared socioeconomic pathways

    Only under the most optimistic sustainability scenario, the global synthetic fertilizer use in croplands stabilizes or even shrinks in the coming decades. In the most pessimistic fragmentation...

  7. Large uncertainty in carbon uptake potential of land‐based climate‐change mitigation efforts

    Most climate mitigation scenarios involve negative emissions, especially those that aim to limit global temperature increase to 2°C or less. However, the carbon uptake potential in land‐based...

  8. Global Carbon Budget 2017

    Accurate assessment of anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) emissions and their redistribution among the atmosphere, ocean, and terrestrial biosphere – the global carbon budget – is important...

  9. Fossil fuel subsidy removal has less impact on greenhouse gas emissions than hoped for

    Ending fossil fuel subsidies would reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by 1-5%, according to a paper published in  Nature . Most of this impact would be achieved in fossil fuel exporting...

  10. Understanding the social geographies of urban regions

    Economic restructuring and changing demographic and migration patterns have significantly altered the composition of the population in urban regions. Although there is evidence of employees in...