Mountain Research and Development Journal

How can monitoring support action and policies for sustainable futures in mountains?

19 September 2023, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm CEST/UTC+2  Online 

An MRD author and panelists active in policy and practice shared their insights from research, monitoring systems, and a global observation initiative. A recording and key takeaways will follow soon.

Outdoor activities: A blessing or a curse for mountain environments and societies?

20 July 2023, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm CEST/UTC+2  Online 

The panelists explored how science, business, civil society, and global initiatives can help make outdoor sports benefit ecosystems and people. Click to read the key insights and watch the recording!

Boost in Visitor Numbers Post COVID-19 Shutdown: Consequences for an Alpine National Park

By Sonja Wipf et al

This study shows that pandemic-related factors brought more and new types of visitors to the Swiss National Park. The discussion of impacts and implications holds insights for park managers worldwide.

Long-Term Environmental and Social Monitoring in the Andes: State of the Art, Knowledge Gaps and Priorities for an Integrated Agenda

By Julieta Carilla et al

Andean social-ecological systems are vulnerable to interactions of climate and land use change. Integrated, transdisciplinary monitoring is needed to improve their adaptive management and resilience.

Open Science as a Means to Decolonize Scientific Publishing and Foster Fairer Research Collaborations

In May, MRD’s editorial team cohosted an interactive virtual workshop on alternative ways of producing and sharing knowledge. Click for a summary of the discussions and links to the presentations!

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