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Soy production indirectly drives Brazilian deforestation

2019-10-30T17:22:52+01:00

Nikolas Kuschnig & Stefan Giljum
This Brief analyses the drivers of deforestation in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil. We find significant spatial dependence in deforestation processes and identify croplands, cattle density and dry climate as the most important drivers.

Soy production indirectly drives Brazilian deforestation2019-10-30T17:22:52+01:00

The construction of the FABIO model

2019-09-26T12:22:58+01:00

Bruckner, M., Wood, R., Moran, Daniel, Kuschnig, N., Wieland, H., Maus, V., Börner, J., 2019. FABIO – The Construction of the Food and Agriculture Biomass Input–Output Model. Environmental Science & Technology. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.9b03554. PDF Journal Link Need for detailed and reliable traceability tools The increasing displacement of environmental impacts from [...]

The construction of the FABIO model2019-09-26T12:22:58+01:00

FINEPRINT featured by European Space Agency

2019-09-12T14:43:36+01:00

FINEPRINT featured by European Space Agency The European Space Agency (ESA) is currently holding the Φ-week 2019 in Rome, focusing on Earth Observation Open Science and Future Earth Observation. In the context of this conference, ESA is featuring the FINEPRINT project in their website section on “Observing the Earth”, with an article [...]

FINEPRINT featured by European Space Agency2019-09-12T14:43:36+01:00

FINEPRINT contributions to Industrial Ecology Conference, Beijing

2019-07-23T09:54:02+01:00

FINEPRINT contributions to Industrial Ecology Conference, Bejing Special session “Towards the next generation of environmentally-extended input-output analysis" The FINEPRINT team co-organized a special session on “Towards the next generation of EEIOA: Spatially-explicit Integration of LCA, MFA, and IOA” at the 10th conference of the International Society for Industrial Ecology (ISIE) [...]

FINEPRINT contributions to Industrial Ecology Conference, Beijing2019-07-23T09:54:02+01:00

Special session on mining impacts at ESEE 2019 conference

2019-07-16T12:09:02+01:00

Special session on mining impacts at ESEE 2019 conference The FINEPRINT team organised a special session on “The environmental impacts of global mining” at the 13th conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE) that took place from 18-21 June 2019 in Turku, Finland. The session was organised in cooperation [...]

Special session on mining impacts at ESEE 2019 conference2019-07-16T12:09:02+01:00

FINEPRINT @ Socio-Economic Metabolism conference

2019-07-16T12:13:39+01:00

The section on “Socio-Economic Metabolism” of the International Society for Industrial Ecology held its 13th conference from 13th to 15th of May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Around 120 researchers from all over the world met to discuss a wide range of applications of material flow analysis and related methods as a tool [...]

FINEPRINT @ Socio-Economic Metabolism conference2019-07-16T12:13:39+01:00

Global cropland footprint of Europe’s bioeconomy

2019-05-17T10:15:36+01:00

Bruckner, M., Häyhä, T., Maus, V., Giljum, S., Fischer, G., Tramberend, S., Börner, J. 2019. Quantifying the global cropland footprint of the European Union’s non-food bioeconomy. Environmental Research Letters. Journal Link Need for comprehensive assessments of bioeconomy strategies Over the past 15 years, many governments and international organizations have developed [...]

Global cropland footprint of Europe’s bioeconomy2019-05-17T10:15:36+01:00

Europe’s expanding non-food bioeconomy is heavily dependent on foreign land areas

2019-04-02T08:46:56+01:00

Martin Bruckner, Tiina Häyhä, Stefan Giljum, Victor Maus, Günther Fischer, Sylvia Tramberend & Jan Börner
A rapidly growing share of global agricultural areas is devoted to the production of biomass for non-food purposes. The EU plays a major role as a processing and consuming region of cropland-based non-food products while at the same time relying heavily on imports.

Europe’s expanding non-food bioeconomy is heavily dependent on foreign land areas2019-04-02T08:46:56+01:00