A low-carbon and hunger-free future for Bangladesh: An ex- ante assessment of synergies and trade-offs in different transition pathways

Feeding and nourishing a growing global population in Bangladesh is a major challenge in a changing climate. A multi-level participatory scenario approach with corresponding modeling and decision support tools is developed and applied to support …

Exploring economy-wide sustainable conditions for EU bio-chemical activities

Land-based climate change mitigation measures can affect agricultural markets and food security

Modelling the bioeconomy: Emerging approaches to address policy needs

Options for reforming agricultural subsidies from health, climate, and economic perspectives

Agricultural subsidies are an important factor for influencing food production and therefore part of a food system that is seen as neither healthy nor sustainable. Here we analyse options for reforming agricultural subsidies in line with health and …

Quantifying synergies and trade-offs in the global water-land-food-climate nexus using a multi-model scenario approach

textlessptextgreaterThe human-earth system is confronted with the challenge of providing a range of resources for a growing and more prosperous world population while simultaneously reducing environmental degradation. The sustainable development …

A meta-analysis of projected global food demand and population at risk of hunger for the period 20102050

Development of the Circular Bioeconomy: Drivers and Indicators

The EUs 2018 Bioeconomy Strategy Update and the European Green Deal recently confirmed that the bioeconomy is high on the political agenda in Europe. Here, we propose a conceptual analysis framework for quantifying and analyzing the development of …

How much multilateralism do we need? Effectiveness of unilateral agricultural mitigation efforts in the global context

Paying the price for environmentally sustainable and healthy EU diets