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Global priorities of environmental issues to combat food insecurity and biodiversity loss

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Global priorities of environmental issues to combat food insecurity and biodiversity loss. / Scherer, Laura; Svenning, Jens Christian; Huang, Jing; Seymour, Colleen L.; Sandel, Brody; Mueller, Nathaniel; Kummu, Matti; Bekunda, Mateete; Bruelheide, Helge; Hochman, Zvi; Siebert, Stefan; Rueda, Oscar; van Bodegom, Peter M.

I: Science of the total Environment, Bind 730, 139096, 2020.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Scherer, L, Svenning, JC, Huang, J, Seymour, CL, Sandel, B, Mueller, N, Kummu, M, Bekunda, M, Bruelheide, H, Hochman, Z, Siebert, S, Rueda, O & van Bodegom, PM 2020, 'Global priorities of environmental issues to combat food insecurity and biodiversity loss', Science of the total Environment, bind 730, 139096. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.139096

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Scherer, L., Svenning, J. C., Huang, J., Seymour, C. L., Sandel, B., Mueller, N., Kummu, M., Bekunda, M., Bruelheide, H., Hochman, Z., Siebert, S., Rueda, O., & van Bodegom, P. M. (2020). Global priorities of environmental issues to combat food insecurity and biodiversity loss. Science of the total Environment, 730, [139096]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.139096

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Scherer L, Svenning JC, Huang J, Seymour CL, Sandel B, Mueller N, Kummu M, Bekunda M, Bruelheide H, Hochman Z, Siebert S, Rueda O, van Bodegom PM. 2020. Global priorities of environmental issues to combat food insecurity and biodiversity loss. Science of the total Environment. 730:Article 139096. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.139096

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Scherer L, Svenning JC, Huang J, Seymour CL, Sandel B, Mueller N o.a. Global priorities of environmental issues to combat food insecurity and biodiversity loss. Science of the total Environment. 2020;730. 139096. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.139096

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Scherer, Laura ; Svenning, Jens Christian ; Huang, Jing ; Seymour, Colleen L. ; Sandel, Brody ; Mueller, Nathaniel ; Kummu, Matti ; Bekunda, Mateete ; Bruelheide, Helge ; Hochman, Zvi ; Siebert, Stefan ; Rueda, Oscar ; van Bodegom, Peter M. / Global priorities of environmental issues to combat food insecurity and biodiversity loss. I: Science of the total Environment. 2020 ; Bind 730.

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title = "Global priorities of environmental issues to combat food insecurity and biodiversity loss",
abstract = "Various environmental challenges are rapidly threatening ecosystems and societies globally. Major interventions and a strategic approach are required to minimize harm and to avoid reaching catastrophic tipping points. Setting evidence-based priorities aids maximizing the impact of the limited resources available for environmental interventions. Focusing on protecting both food security and biodiversity, international experts prioritized major environmental challenges for intervention based on three comprehensive criteria – importance, neglect, and tractability. The top priorities differ between food security and biodiversity. For food security, the top priorities are pollinator loss, soil compaction, and nutrient depletion, and for biodiversity conservation, ocean acidification and land and sea use (especially habitat degradation) are the main concerns. While climate change might be the most pressing environmental challenge and mitigation is clearly off-track, other issues rank higher because of climate change's high attention in research. Research and policy agendas do not yet consistently cover these priorities. Thus, a shift in attention towards the high-priority environmental challenges, identified here, is needed to increase the effectiveness of global environmental protection.",
keywords = "Agriculture, Ecosystems, Effectiveness, Environmental protection, Global change, Prioritization",
author = "Laura Scherer and Svenning, {Jens Christian} and Jing Huang and Seymour, {Colleen L.} and Brody Sandel and Nathaniel Mueller and Matti Kummu and Mateete Bekunda and Helge Bruelheide and Zvi Hochman and Stefan Siebert and Oscar Rueda and {van Bodegom}, {Peter M.}",
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AU - Kummu, Matti

AU - Bekunda, Mateete

AU - Bruelheide, Helge

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AU - Siebert, Stefan

AU - Rueda, Oscar

AU - van Bodegom, Peter M.

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KW - Ecosystems

KW - Effectiveness

KW - Environmental protection

KW - Global change

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