Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Suche
Breadcrumb Navigation

Research Area 3 "Landscape Research Synthesis"

Hauptinhalt der Seite

What will the agricultural landscapes of the future look like?

Agricultural landscapes are subject to constant changes. The uses of the landscape interact with natural site conditions and are changed by external factors such as climate change. Our goal is to understand these complex changes with foresight and to design them in such a way that sustainable land use is possible. This means maintaining and improving agricultural productivity, biodiversity, ecosystem services and the attractiveness of landscapes as recreational areas.

The future developments of agricultural landscapes are therefore of utmost importance for the implementation of many sustainability goals. Agricultural landscapes are the object of research in numerous scientific disciplines, each with its own specific theories and methods. The task of the "Landscape Research Synthesis" programme area is to integrate research results across disciplines and scales in order to develop robust assessment options for landscape use despite their complexity and to create a basis for action for farmers, political decision-makers and other users of agricultural landscapes.

More ...

The topics of the Research Area address the following UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG; UN 2015), which are also addressed in the German Sustainable Development Strategy (2016): Zero Hunger (2), Clean Water and Sanitation (6), Affordable and Clean Energy (7), Responsible Consumption and Production (12), Climate Action (13), and Life on Land (15).

Icon SDG 2 Icon SDG 6 Icon SDG 7 Icon SDG 12 Icon SDG 13 Icon SDG 15

 

Working groups in research area 3 

 

Working Groups

 

 

News

Title: Guest researcher from Central Asia visited ZALF
MehrLink: http://www.zalf.de/en/aktuelles/Pages/PB3/Gastwissenschaftler.aspx, More
MyLinkPDFUrl:
MyTextfeld:
MyMeldungsdatum: 2019-12-13 12:00:00
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label:
Guest researcher
13.12.2019

Guest researcher from Central Asia visited ZALF

Title: FoodSHIFT2030 project: THF Vision contributing to new EU project on sustainable transformation of our food system
MehrLink: http://www.zalf.de/en/aktuelles/Pages/PB3/Foodshift-project.aspx, More
MyLinkPDFUrl:
MyTextfeld:
MyMeldungsdatum: 2019-11-28 14:00:00
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label:
Food security
28.11.2019

FoodSHIFT2030 project: THF Vision contributing to new EU project on sustainable transformation of our food system

More news

 

 

 Projects

MyTitle: DAKIS - Digital Agricultural Knowledge and Information System
MyLinkAnsehenUrl: http://www.zalf.de/en/forschung_lehre/projekte/Pages/details.aspx?iddp=2121, Take a look
MyLinkPDFUrl:
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld: Start: 01.04.2019
MyAutoren:
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label:

DAKIS - Digital Agricultural Knowledge and Information System

Start: 01.04.2019

 

  

People of the research area

 

Co-Heads

Prof. Dr. Katharina Helming
T +49 (0)33432 82-155

Prof. Dr. Frank Ewert (acting)
T +49 (0)33432 82-200

 

Administration

Christine Ewald
T +49 (0)33432 82-171
F +49 (0)33432 82-4082

Kirsa Fischer
T +49 (0)33432 82-318
F +49 (0)33432 82-4082

 

E-Mail secretariat research area 3 

 

 

Address

Leibniz-Zentrum für
Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF) e. V.

Eberswalder Straße 84
15374 Müncheberg

Fusszeile der Seite
Wordpress
YouTube
Twitter
Facebook
© Leibniz-Zentrum für Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF) e. V. Müncheberg