Journal article

Achieving Win–Win Solutions in Telecoupled Human–Land Systems


Research Areas

Currently no objects available


Publication Details

Author list: Guo X, Chen R, Li Q, Meadows ME

Publisher: MDPI

Publication year: 2021

Journal: Land

Volume number: 10

Issue number: 3

Start page: 272

Total number of pages: 15

ISSN: 2073-445X

eISSN: 2073-445X

URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/land10030272


Abstract

Telecoupling refers to socioeconomic and environmental interactions between distant places. Telecoupling is becoming even more significant in the increasingly globalized world and it plays a key role in the emergence of major global environmental problems. In particular, it contributes to land degradation and the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). However, there is a lack of systematic examination of the impacts of telecoupling on land system change, and how to respond to the undesirable impacts. Based on CiteSpace Software, here we analyze the current research status of telecoupled human–land systems, including publications, major scientific research institutions, and research processes. We explore the impacts of telecoupling on land and how to respond to these impacts. Finally, we propose a framework that is composed of impact identification, system integration, and responses to achieve a win-win situation in telecoupled human–land systems. The framework can help to create a sustainable future for telecoupled human–land systems.


Projects

Currently no objects available


Keywords

Currently no objects available


Last updated on 2021-31-03 at 09:36