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Telecoupling. Understanding how small and connected the world is. New methods, new paths to sustainability
Published on May 1, 2019
We evaluate whether recent land-system science research into telecoupling provides a basis to set normative goals or priorities for addressing sustainability in coupled human-natural systems.
SUSTAINABILITY - Metacoupled Tourism and Wildlife Translocations Affect Synergies and Trade-offs among Sustainable Development Goals across Spillover Systems
Published on September 17, 2020
We used a new integrated framework to guide SDG synergy and trade-off analysis within and across systems, as influenced by cross-boundary tourism and wildlife translocations.
APPLIED GEOGRAPHY -- The Telecoupling GeoApp: A Web-GIS application to systematically analyze telecouplings and sustainable development
Published on May 16, 2018
To operationalize the framework, we have developed the Telecoupling GeoApp, a new web-based component of the Telecoupling Toolbox that provides researchers and practitioners with a useful platform to address globally important issues.
SUSTAINABILITY -- Complex interrelationships between ecosystem services supply and tourism demand: General framework and evidence from the origin of three Asian rivers
Published on December 19, 2018
This study identifies complex interrelationships between the demand for nature-based tourism, which is a type of cultural ES, ES supply, and the economy simultaneously, using China’s Qinghai Province as a demonstration site.
Published on March 1, 2010
译自: Liu, J. et al. 2007. Coupled Human and Natural Systems. AMBIO 36(8):639-649.
Published on October 19, 2018
We suggest systems approaches such as nexus approaches and flow-centered governance to help China achieve ecological civilization and become an environmental leader on a metacoupled planet.
ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY -- Feedback of telecoupling: the case of a payments for ecosystem services program
Published on July 9, 2018
This study highlights that local human–nature interactions driven by telecouplings, such as human–wildlife conflicts, may trigger feedbacks that affect telecouplings themselves.
Published on May 21, 2021
The unexamined true costs of sand – broadly, construction has spurred a group of scientists to call for a stronger focus on understanding the physical dimension of sand use and extraction.
Published on October 12, 2016
Urban areas such as megacities (those with populations greater than 10 million) are hotspots of global water use and thus face intense water management challenges
RETHINKING GLOBAL LAND USE (BOOK CHAPTER) -- Applications of the Telecoupling Framework to Land-Change Science
Published on April 22, 2014
Over the past two decades, progress has been made in understanding and predicting land-use change in specifi c places, using frameworks such as coupled human-natural systems, coupled human-environmental systems, or coupled social-ecological systems
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT - Alleviating water scarcity and poverty in drylands through telecouplings: Vegetable trade and tourism in northwest China
Published on June 26, 2020
Water scarcity evaluated using a composite index that considered both water resources and poverty and assessed the effects of the vegetable trade and tourism on water scarcity and income.
SUSTAINABILITY - Sustainability Evaluation on the Grain to Green Program in the Hexi Corridor of China: A Metacoupled System Perspective
Published on February 1, 2021
Establishing a metacoupled model to quantitatively evaluate aspects of ecosystem sustainability in China, providing insight to the theory and application of sustainability science.
Published on November 24, 2016
译自: Liu, J. et al. 2013. Framing sustainability in a telecoupled world. Ecology and Society 18(2): 26.
ASIA AND THE PACIFIC POLICY STUDIES -- Forest Sustainability in China and Implications for a Telecoupled World
Published on December 19, 2013
Using the framework of telecoupling we found that China’s forest cover increase is affected by multiple telecoupling processes and their interactions with each other and with other factors.
Published on February 1, 2021
In other words, all that’s local is a lot more global, and the scientists say solutions can only be found through broader views and collaborations nearby and far away.
SUSTAINABILITY -- Through the Lens of Telecoupling and Metacoupling: New Perspectives for Global Sustainability
Published on March 9, 2021
An editorial reviewing the contributions and impacts of telecoupling and metacoupling.
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT - Synergies and tradeoffs among Sustainable Development Goals across boundaries in a metacoupled world
Published on January 10, 2021
Introduced a new theoretical framework and develop a general procedure of applying the framework to empirically evaluate SDG synergies and tradeoffs within and across boundaries, based on the concept of metacoupling.
GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE - Quantifying interregional flows of multiple ecosystem services – A case study for Germany
Published on March 20, 2020
A first multi-ES quantification of a nation's use of ecosystem services from abroad.
Published on April 2, 2019
We use the monarch butterfly, a migratory species of high conservation value, to illustrate how citizen science data can be utilized in telecoupling research to help inform conservation decisions.