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List of IHDP Science Plans
Science plans of the different IHDP Core Projects
The core project science plans describe the goals of the core project. The science plans encourage scientists around the world working on the same topic to get involved in the corresponding core project.
IHDP Annual Report 2011
IHDP is pleased to release its 2011 Annual Report, featuring editorials by its newest Scientific Committee members, Professors Ruth Oniang'o and Dan Ariely, and highlighting some of the current challenges and opportunities of human dimensions research on global environmental change. Compiled in a shorter, more concise format, this 2011 report has been designed to offer its readers an overview of the programme and its projects, and provide a comprehensive update on IHDP's latest activities and progress.
Inclusive Wealth Report 2012 (2012)
Measuring progress toward sustainability
The International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP) proudly announces the launch of the Inclusive Wealth Report 2012 (IWR 2012) at the Rio+20 Conference in Brazil.
IHDP Annual Report 2010
The Annual Report 2010 provides a comprehensive overview of IHDP’s mission and objectives as well as an extensive update on the latest activities and progress of IHDP’s global research network, its projects and partners. One of the most substantial innovations introduced with this report is a summary of key findings and recommendations provided by IHDP projects, addressing a broad range of vital issues such as food security and human health. In addition, editorials by the newest Scientific Committee members - among them Prof. Heinz Gutscher from Switzerland - highlight the current challenges and opportunities of human dimensions research on global environmental change.
Coastal Fluxes in the Anthropocene (2005)
book in the IGBP and IHDP Series
This publication synthesizes knowledge on coastal and riverine material fluxes, biogeochemical processes and indications of change, and the human influence, before looking at future research and management needs. It is a milestone on the journey of LOICZ II (Land-Ocean Interactions in the Coastal Zone) project which continues under the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP) and the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP).