oil palm adaptive landscapes - opal project

Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes - OPAL project

Oil palm provides significant earnings for countries, corporations and smallholders, but often at great environmental and social costs within and beyond the landscapes where it is grown. The OPAL project uses natural and social sciences to build role playing games that reflect existing oil palm landscape realities.

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oil palm adaptive landscapes (opal) - r4d programme

Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes (OPAL) - r4d programme

Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes (OPAL) OPAL seeks to explore alternative scenarios for oil palm expansion to inform policy and land use development in Indonesia, Colombia and Cameroon. These scenarios, developed with local communities and oil palm companies, will merge the social, economic, and ecological drivers of oil palm development.

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oil palm adaptive landscapes: opal

Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes: OPAL

Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes: OPAL. 48 likes. The Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes project aims to improve the management of oil palm landscapes across tropical Asia, Africa and Latin America.

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oil palm adaptive landscapes - luc hoffmann institute

Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes - Luc Hoffmann Institute

Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes (OPAL), an ETH Zurich-led project in which the Luc Hoffmann Institute (LHI) is a partner has been investigating global and local priorities in selected palm oil landscapes.

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when grown right, palm oil can be sustainable

When grown right, palm oil can be sustainable

This study was conducted as part of the Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes (OPAL) project, a cross-disciplinary initiative funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation and led by ETH Zurich.

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oil palm landscapes: playing for keeps - cifor forests news

Oil palm landscapes: Playing for keeps - CIFOR Forests News

It鈥檚 part of a six-year project called OPAL, Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes, being carried out in Cameroon, Colombia and Indonesia?some of the world鈥檚 biggest palm oil producers.淲e work with Ph.D. students in each country to develop the game from scratch.

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palm oil consumption egypt 2019/2020 | statista

Palm oil consumption Egypt 2019/2020 | Statista

Palm oil consumption in Egypt from 2011/2012 to 2018/2019 (in 1,000 metric tons) This statistic illustrates the domestic consumption of palm oil in Egypt from 2011/2012 to 2017/2018 and provides a forecast for 2018/2019. In 2017/2018, palm oil consumption in Egypt amounted to about 1.28 million metric tons.

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the future of sustainable oil palm plantations

The Future of Sustainable Oil Palm Plantations

The OPAL project aims at improving the management of oil palm landscapes across Asia, Africa and Latin America. We are doing so by engaging stakeholders and boundary partners at regional, national

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when grown right, palm oil can be sustainable

When grown right, palm oil can be sustainable

Turning an abandoned pasture into a palm tree plantation can be carbon neutral, according to a new study by EPFL and the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL).

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palm oil market development report

Palm Oil Market Development Report

Egypt Oils and Fats Latest Update by Zainuddin Hassan: 23 Mar '18 . Click here for complete report list for Egypt. 24 Mar '20 . THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF PALM OIL BUSINESS IN INDIA by Bhavna Shah: 23 Mar '20 . PALM OIL OUTLOOK IN THE MIDST OF COVID-19 by Bhavna Shah: 21 Mar '20 . Click here for complete report list for India.

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the impact of palm oil cultivation in south east asia

The Impact of Palm Oil Cultivation in South East Asia

Palm oil has become part of our daily lives, but a recent study by EPFL and the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) serves as a reminder that intensive farming of this crop has a major impact on the environment. Both short- and long-term solutions exist, however.

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best of 2018

Best of 2018

In East Kalimantan, forests are facing increased pressure due to the accelerated expansion of oil palm plantations. The province has become the focus of research into Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes, with parallels drawn from Kalimantan to Colombia. A major issue of concern is how to balance the interests of economics and the environment.

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we are looking for a technical assistant - oil palm

We are looking for a TECHNICAL ASSISTANT - Oil Palm

We are looking for a TECHNICAL ASSISTANT - Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes (OPAL) Project who will provide technical assistance in the implementation of the WWF Palm Oil Programme in Cameroon. Location: Yaounde, Cameroon. Main responsibilities: Assist his/her supervisor and Oil Palm Adaptive Landscape (OPAL) Project Manager for Cameroon in

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towards adaptive design strategies for zero-carbon

Towards Adaptive Design Strategies for Zero-Carbon

Towards Adaptive Design Strategies for Zero-Carbon Eco-Cities in Egypt.pdf Select ion of ou r books inde xed in the Boo k Ci tation I ndex in Web of Sci ence鈩?Cor e Collect ion (BK CI)

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global 2019 palm oil demand set for first contraction

Global 2019 palm oil demand set for first contraction

World palm oil demand may suffer its first contraction in two decades during the 2019/20 crop year due to rising domestic oilseed supplies in top buyer India and slowing demand in Europe and China

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chapter vii: date palm irrigation

CHAPTER VII: DATE PALM IRRIGATION

CHAPTER VII: DATE PALM IRRIGATION. By P.J. Liebenberg and A. Zaid Date Production Support Programme. This chapter describes date palm irrigation and aims to calculate water requirements of this species as well as schedule irrigation to ensure that the date palm gets the necessary quantity of water when needed.

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replanting of first鈥恈ycle oil palm results in a second

Replanting of first鈥恈ycle oil palm results in a second

Despite this, first鈥恈ycle oil palm plantations can sustain relatively high biodiversity compared to other crops. However, the long鈥恡erm effects of oil palm agriculture on flora and fauna are unknown. Oil palm has a 25鈥恲ear commercial lifespan before it must be replanted, due to reduced productivity and difficulty of harvesting.

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flooding projections for oil palm plantations - deltares

Flooding projections for oil palm plantations - Deltares

A study area of 850,000 hectares (see figures below) is located along in the Rajang River Delta along the coast of Sarawak, the Malaysian part of Borneo. From 2000 to 2014, the cover of industrial oil palm plantations increased from 6 % to 47 %, while the area of swamp forest decreased from 56 % to less than 16 %.

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update 1-egypt's palm hills says to invest $561 mln

UPDATE 1-Egypt's Palm Hills says to invest $561 mln

Egyptian developer Palm Hills said on Sunday it would invest 3 billion Egyptian pounds ($561 million) with a local partner to develop land in Saudi Arabia, its first projects outside Eygpt.

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towards adaptive design strategies for zero-carbon

Towards Adaptive Design Strategies for Zero-Carbon

Towards Adaptive Design Strategies for Zero-Carbon Eco-Cities in Egypt.pdf Select ion of ou r books inde xed in the Boo k Ci tation I ndex in Web of Sci ence鈩?Cor e Collect ion (BK CI)

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save pristine rainforest from destructive palm oil

Save Pristine Rainforest From Destructive Palm Oil

Target: Lukas Enembe, Governor of Papua Goal: Save the rain forests of Papua by stopping the expansion of a destructive palm oil plantation. A rare and untouched rainforest in Papua, Indonesia has seen an area the size of Washington, D.C. be destroyed to make room for a single palm oil plantation.

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perspectives on the use of landscape genetics to detect

Perspectives on the use of landscape genetics to detect

Perspectives on the use of landscape genetics to detect genetic adaptive variation in the field Genetic structure of Mugil cephalus L. populations from the northern coast of Egypt, Veterinary Julio Baumgarten, Deborah Faria and Fernanda Amato Gaiotto, Lessons from a palm: genetic diversity and structure in anthropogenic

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unraveling the drivers of southeast asia鈥檚 biodiversity loss

Unraveling the drivers of Southeast Asia鈥檚 biodiversity loss

Southeast Asia is a bio-cultural hotspot encompassing about 20 per cent of global plant, animal and marine species. The region contains three mega diverse countries?Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines?where four of the world鈥檚 25 biodiversity hotspots are located.

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egypt: ancient egypt farming

Egypt: Ancient Egypt Farming

The dense growths of papyrus and lotus in fens and marshes were a typical feature 113 of the Egyptian landscape. Papyrus, particularly common in the Delta, became the heraldic plant of Lower Egypt while the lotus, found all along the Nile, was the symbol of Upper Egypt.

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