Scenarios and pathways toward sustainable land-use and food production for Western and the Nordic European countries as part of the global FABLE Consortium
The project aims to create an EU/Nordic community of practice as a unique self-governed network of leading knowledge institutions tasked with supporting the design of integrated pathways towards sustainable food and land-use systems consistent with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development including the Sustainable Development Goals and implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement.
Line Gordon's research integrates insights from resilience thinking, land use change, food systems, hydrology, and social-ecological systems. She is the director of the Stockholm Resilience Centre
Gordon is an internationally recognised scientist in sustainability of water, food, and the biosphere. She conducts innovative research that combines work with small scale farmers in Africa, global models of land-use and rainfall interactions, and culinary innovators.
The partners propose an integrated programme including three work streams: (1) the development of national and regional pathways to sustainable food and land use systems, (2) scoping with national and regional partners to identify pathway narratives, (3) integration of Nordic EU pathways into global models pursued by the FABLE network. A small secretariat led by Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC) coordinates the Nordic-Central EU partnership, including its contribution to the Global FABLE network which operates as part of the broader Food and Land-Use Coalition to provide the integrated analysis that can support policymakers, business leaders, and civil society in undertaking the deep transformations needed to achieve sustainable food and land-use systems.
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