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  • ZALF PhD Day 2019

    18.09.2019, 08:00 Uhr - 18.09.2019, 19:00 Uhr

    Category: PHD-Day

    On 18th of September 2019 it is time again: ZALF warmly invites you to the PhD Day!
    The PhD Day is an important date of the annual ZALF events calendar. It is a great occasion for cur-rent and recently graduated ZALF PhD researchers to get connected. The PhD Day also explicitly invites interested doctoral researchers of other institutions and students, who would like to inform themselves about agricultural landscape research as well as the career path of doing of a PhD.

    PhD Day Programme


    Location:
    ZALF, Konferenzraum 2 - Haus 4 & Konferenzraum 3 - Haus 4 & Tagungsraum - Haus 4 & Konferenzraum 1 - Haus 4
    Organiser:
    Doctoral representatives & Direktorat
    Contact person:
    Katharina Brüser
    URL: Link to News

  • Award ceremony of the Müncheberg Research Prize

    14.08.2019, 14:00 Uhr - 14.08.2019, 16:00 Uhr

    Category: Other

    ​In the name of Müncheberg and the ZALF we cordially invite you to the Award ceremony of the Müncheberg Research Prize on Wednesday, 14 August from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Conference Centre (Building 4, Room 1) on the ZALF Campus.

    Everybody is invited. The event will be held in German.


    Location:
    ZALF, Konferenzraum 1 - Haus 4
    Organiser:
    DIR/ K. Brüser
    Contact person:
    Katharina Brüser
    URL: event poster

  • COLOMBIA DAY at ZALF: “Understanding rural development and sustainable land-use systems in the complex Colombia post-conflict scenario”

    24.05.2019, 09:30 Uhr - 24.05.2019, 14:00 Uhr

    Category: Conference/symposium

    The event carries out in the context of the visit of Nacional University of Colombia and the launch of SLUS ZALF Project (Implementing sustainable agricultural and livestock systems for simultaneous targeting of forest conservation for climate change mitigation (REDD+) and peace-building in Colombia). The objectives are to consolidate institutional partnership and to debate Colombia complex scenario regarding further research collaboration, but it is carried out also to socialize and plan the different activities to be implemented within the SLUS project framework. This project is part of the International Climate Initiative (IKI). The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) supports this initiative on the basis of a decision adopted by the German Bundestag.
    https://www.international-climate-initiative.com/
    The visit is funded by the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD).

    For more information and to register, please contact: susland@zalf.de


    Location:
    ZALF Müncheberg, Konferenzraum 1
    Organiser:
    ZALF und National University of Colombia
    Contact person:
    Michelle Bonatti und Katharina Löhr
    URL: Colombia Day Programme

  • Guest Lecture

    11.04.2019, 11:00 Uhr - 11.04.2019, 12:30 Uhr

    Category: Guest lecture

    Presenter: Prof. Dr. Hannes Feilhauer, Professor of Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics Institute of Geographical Science, Freie Universität Berlin

    Topic: Assessment of ecosystem services and properties in grasslands using remote sensing


    Location:
    Konferenzcenter
    Organiser:
    Prof. Dr. Frank Ewert
    Contact person:
    Ulrike Hagemann/Anke Hollburg
    URL: Invitation Guest Lecture

  • Guest Lecture - Prof. Dr. Peter Feindt

    13.03.2019, 11:00 Uhr - 13.03.2019, 13:00 Uhr

    Category: Guest lecture

    Prof. Dr. Peter Feindt,
    Albrecht Daniel Thaer Institute of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, Humboldt University at Berlin

    Title: What does resilience mean in the CAP? A reflexive policy design perspective

    The resilience of Europe’s farming systems has become a major concern in current discussions about the future Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) of the European Union (EU). At the same time the policy design of the CAP has come under increased scrutiny, e.g. by two recent reports from the European Court of Auditors. This presentation combines the ‘new policy design’ perspective and reflexive policy analysis to develop a critical assessment of the current CAP and of pro-posals for its development post-2020


    Location:
    ZALF, Konferenzraum 1 - Haus 4
    Organiser:
    ZALF
    Contact person:
    Anke Hollburg / Ulrike Hagemann
    URL: Announcement GuestLecture Peter Feindt

  • Final Conference of the BMBF funding program "Innovation Groups for Sustainable Land Management": Impulses from science and practice for future landscapes

    14.02.2019, 13:00 Uhr - 15.02.2019, 13:00 Uhr

    Category: Conference/symposium

    The societal demand for land remains high and is expected to increase further in the future. Especially in metropolitan regions and their surrounding areas, strategies are needed to deal with the increasing pressure of competition for land. Landscape change is also progressing in rural areas. Thus, new opportunities are needed which link public services and value creation without losing precious, culturally influenced landscapes.​

    The final conference of the BMBF funding program "Innovation Groups for Sustainable Land Management" will present results of five years research on innovative approaches to sustainable land use.


    Location:
    Tagungswerk in der Jerusalemkirche, Lindenstraße 85, 10969 Berlin
    Organiser:
    ZALF, Co-Design von Wandel und Innovation (Landnutzung und Governance)
    Contact person:
    Jana Zscheischler, Sebastian Rogga
    URL: Event website (German)

  • Guest Lecture - Dr. Adrian Chappell

    14.02.2019, 11:00 Uhr - 14.02.2019, 13:00 Uhr

    Category: Guest lecture

    ​Global implications of neglecting soil (organic carbon) erosion dy-namics for Earth’s future.

    Dr. Adrian Chappell

    Reader in Climate Change Impacts,
    School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

    Global carbon (C) cycling models assume that soil organic carbon (SOC) is lost by respiration and carbon dioxide (CO2) emission, but erosion by wind and water may substantially contribute to SOC stock loss particularly in environments disturbed by humans. Adrian is a Reader in Climate Change Impacts at Cardiff University, UK. His primary interest is in measuring and modelling wind and water erosion (in drylands) and his focus on soil organic carbon (SOC) erosion is because erosion processes are omitted in Earth System Models which increases uncertainty in climate change projections. He worked previously in Australia as a Senior Research Scientist on national C erosion, C sequestration, sampling and mapping daily rainfall amongst other projects. He has around 100 publications mainly on wind and water erosion modelling and geostatistical modelling and mapping.

    He is Editor-in-Chief of Aeolian Research and was President(-elect) of the Interna-tional Society of Aeolian Research (2014-2018).


    Location:
    ZALF, Konferenzraum 1 - Haus 4
    Organiser:
    Direktorat, PB1
    Contact person:
    Anke Hollburg
    URL: Download PDF

  • ZALF Guest Lecture: Prof. Dr. Bernd Lennartz

    09.01.2019, 11:00 Uhr - 09.01.2019, 13:00 Uhr

    Category: Guest lecture

    Intensive agriculture and healthy waters – wishful thinking or realistic future?​

    Prof. Dr. Bernd Lennartz Prof. of Soil Physics Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Rostock University, Germany

    The European Commission is taking Germany to court because of high nitrate levels that have been detected in its water. How does the current situation of nutrient input into waters look like and what are the operational processes? Has a decades-long discussion on eutrophication changed the quality of surface and groundwaters? In his talk Bernd Lennartz from the University of Rostock is target-ing the many questions around diffuse pollution of water resources from agricul-tural sources reporting from ongoing experimental and modelling studies from lowland catchments in Northern Germany. Selected water quality management options are evaluated.


    Location:
    ZALF, Konferenzraum 1 - Haus 4
    Organiser:
    ZALF
    Contact person:
    Anke Hollburg / Ulrike Hagemann
    URL: Download PDF

  • Perspectives & Visions of Food & Farming 2050

    29.11.2018, 18:00 Uhr - 29.11.2018, 20:00 Uhr

    Category: Discussion

    The global challenges on food and agriculture are formidable: Climate change, biodiversity loss and migration, pressure on water and nutrient cycles, soil degradation combined with over-, under- and malnutrition. How can around 10 billion people feed themselves in 2050 with a healthy and sustainable diet?​

    Dr. Vandana Shiva, alternative nobel price laureate, author and activist and Norbert Lemken, Director on Agricultural Policy at Bayer Crop Science have never before talked to each other in person about their visions and perspectives. They will sure be different und insightful.

    Together with the expert for resource efficiency and agronomist Prof. Sonoko Bellingrath-Kimura of the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), and moderated by Benny Haerlin from the Foundation on Future Farming (ZSL), the panel guests will discuss agriculture of the future.

    Event language: English


    Location:
    KINO BABYLON, Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 30, 10178 BERLIN, Deutschland
    Organiser:
    Zukunftsstiftung Landwirtschaft / Foundation on Future Farming
    Contact person:
    Hendrik Schneider
    URL: Program KINO BABYLON

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