Plant diversity and community composition of rice agroecosystems in Vietnam and the Philippines
A new LEGATO-funded article looks into the links between plant diversity and community composition of rice agroecosystems in Vietnam and the Philippines.
Aims: The knowledge of rice weed communit...
New Book: "Sustainable Land Management Programme"
Being one of 12 regional projects in the global "Sustainable Land Management Programme" of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, LEGATO aims to make its research results and reccomendations widely available f...
Flying beauties photoshoot: School kids in the Philippines learn what insects do for rice
Science advances society and fosters sustainability, so why not involve everyone in building a better future? Culminating in the first citizen science workshop for arthropods to take place in the Philippines, one of the main ...
Rice cultivation in Southeast Asia: 5 years of lessons learned by LEGATO
Five years of irrigated rice cultivation research reached its pinnacle at the Final LEGATO Conference, which took place from 6 to 11 August 2016 in Banaue, Philippines. LEGATO is a BMBF (German Federal Ministry of Education a...
LEGATO Final Conference: Sustainable rice production in Southeast Asia
LEGATO will hold its Final Conference from 6 to 11 August 2016 in Banaue, Philippines. The event will feature results and outcomes from the 5-year research venture which aimed at promoting the long-term development of sustain...
New LEGATO article: Resilience and adaptability of rice terrace social-ecological systems
A new LEGATO research article, published in Ecology & Society looks at the resilience and adaptability of rice terrace social-ecological systems. The article uses as a case study the local community’s perception in Ban...
Article Alert: Disentangling Values in the Interrelations between Cultural Ecosystem Services and Landscape Conservation
A new LEGATO article, published in the journal Land looks at the relationships between cultural ecosystem services and landscape conservation.
In the past few years, there has been a growing amo...
PhD position at UFZ: Plant functional traits as indicators for ecosystem services
The Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ)is offering a PhD Position (m/f) in the subject of Plant functional traits as indicators for ecosystem services
Project start: 1st July 2016. Working time 50% (19.5 hour...
Ecosystem services research and stakeholder involvement: Between theories and practice
What do people value, why and how? This should be a leading question in sustainability research, but putting it into practise can be tricky. A new paper published in the journal Ecosystem Services looks at how to improve stak...
WAVES Partnership Updates on Results of Ecosystem Accounting in the Philippines
The Wealth Accounting and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services (WAVES) Partnership has published an update on its activities, including information on country projects and publications from the Philippines and Australia.
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