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Issue 15 / December 2020
ISOE – Institute for Social-Ecological Research in Frankfurt am Main is one of the leading independent institutes for sustainability research. For more than 30 years the institute has been developing scientific bases and future oriented concepts for politics, civil society and the economy – regionally, nationally and internationally. Our research topics include water, energy, climate protection, mobility, urban spaces, biodiversity and social-ecological systems.
Knowledge communication through images: Principles of shaping for social-ecological transformations vividly illustrated +++ Results of the PlastX research group: Social-ecological research on plastics in the environment +++ Control of the Asian Bush Mosquito: Using natural agents against potential carriers of disease +++ Pharmaceutical residues in the environment: Ask your doctor or pharmacist +++ Chemicals in bioplastics not safer than those in conventional plastics +++ New junior research group regulate: Research for sustainable groundwater management in Europe +++ The garbage in our seas – symbol of the throwaway society +++ Equality Report of the Federal Government: Digitization and gender equality – (also) a question of technology assessment +++ Publications
Brinkmann, Katja/Ellen Hoffmann/Andreas Bürkert (2020): Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Urban Wetlands in an Indian Megacity over the Past 50 Years. remote sensing 12 (4), 662
Germer, Jörn/Björn Ebert/Marius Mohr (2020): Concept for sustainable wastewater treatment and water reuse in the Alentejo, Portugal. A HypoWave Case Study. Stuttgart: Fraunhofer IGB
Götz, Konrad/Georg Sunderer (2020): Mobility orientations. In: Büscher, Monika/Malene Freudendal-Pedersen/Sven Kesselring/Nikolaj Grauslund Kristensen (Hg.): Handbook of Research Methods and Applications for Mobilities. Cheltenham (UK)/Northampton (USA): Edward Elgar, 137-149
Kraus, Ronja (2020): ORYCS Master tandem on Elephant movements. SPACES II Newsletter, 3. Science Partnerships for the Adaptation to Complex Earth System Processes in Southern Africa, 4
Kraus, Ronja/Robert Lütkemeier/Meed Mbidzo/Morgan Hauptfleisch/Stefan Liehr (2020): Approaching the interaction between society and wildlife. SPACES II Newsletter, 2. Science Partnerships for the Adaptation to Complex Earth System Processes in Southern Africa, 23
Kraus, Ronja/Robert Lütkemeier/Meed Mbidzo/Morgan Hauptfleisch/Stefan Liehr (2020): Stakeholder attitudes on wildlife in Namibia's Kunene Region. SPACES II Newsletter, 4. Science Partnerships for the Adaptation to Complex Earth System Processes in Southern Africa, 16
Matias, Denise Margaret S./Eufemia Felisa Pinto/Madhu Ramnath/Diana San Jose (2020): Local communities and wildlife consumption bans. nature sustainability
Matias, Denise Margaret S./Lukas Drees/Ulan Kasymov/Nandintsetseg Dejid/Batjav Batbuyan/Tserendeleg Dashpurev/Usukhjargal Dorj/Ganzorig Gonchigsumlaa/Thomas Müller/Irene Ring/Marion Mehring (2020): Mobility at risk: Sustaining the Mongolian steppe ecosystem – developing a vision. Stakeholder involvement and identification of drivers and pathways towards sustainable development. ISOE-Materialien Soziale Ökologie, 62. Frankfurt am Main: ISOE - Institut für sozial-ökologische Forschung
Reuss, Friederike/Aljoscha Kreß/Markus Braun/Axel Magdeburg/Markus Pfenninger/Ruth Müller/Marion Mehring (2020): Knowledge on exotic mosquitoes in Germany, and public acceptance and effectiveness of Bti and two self-prepared insecticides against Aedes japonicus japonicus. scientific reports 10 (18901)
Skrimizea, Eirini/Lou Lecuyer/Nils Bunnefeld/James R.A. Butler/Thomas Fickel/Isla Hodgson/Carolin Holtkamp/Mariella Marzano/Constanza Parra/Laura Pereira/Sandrine Petit/Diana Pound/Iokine Rodriguez/Paul Rayn/Jutta Staffler/Adam J. Vanbergen/Pieter Van den Broeck/Heidi Wittmer/Young Juliette C. (2020): Sustainable agriculture: Recognizing the potential of conflict as a positive driver for transformative change. Advances in Ecological Research 63, 255-311
Wang, Ce-Xia/Dan Huang/Jun-Hui Ji/Carolin Völker/Frederik R. Wurm (2020): Seawater-Degradable Polymers - Fighting the Marine Plastic Pollution. Advanced Science 2001121
Zimmermann, Lisa/Andrea Dombrowski/Carolin Völker/Martin Wagner (2020): Are bioplastics and plant-based materials safer than conventional plastics? In vitro toxicity and chemical composition. Environment International (106066)
Zimmermann, Lisa/Sarah Göttlich/Jörg Oehlmann/Martin Wagner/Carolin Völker (2020): What are the drivers of microplastic toxicity? Comparing the toxicity of plastic chemicals and particles to Daphnia magna. Environmental Pollution 267 (115392)
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