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Rainforest Alliance of South America, Central Africa, and Southeast Asia

Tropical forests sequester more carbon from the atmosphere than temperate or boreal forests, harbor most of the planet's biodiversity, and conserve the most extensive freshwater stocks. Nevertheless, tropical forests are threatened by expanding farming expansion, urban growth, and mining. The world's three largest tropical rainforests are in the Amazon, Congo River, and Indonesia. Therefore, techniques for monitoring and controlling deforestation, sustainable land use policies, and social programs to prevent poverty are urgent for these areas to ensure ecosystem balance and prosperity for the local population and sustainability.
In this topic, we look at proposals for international agreements between tropical forest countries for land management and sustainable development with defined goals to control deforestation and social and economic commitment to the local indigenous and traditional communities.

Edivando Do Couto Master
Digitale Bürgerbeteiligung in der Kommunalentwicklung mit LE.NA Haben wir attraktive Plätze und Straßenräume? Kann ich mich in meiner Gemeinde gut versorgen? Ist unsere Umwelt ausreichend geschützt? Entspricht das kulturelle und soziale Angebot meinen Bedürfnissen? Mit der online-Bürgerbefragung LE.NA bietet die Bayerische Verwaltung für Ländliche Entwicklung ländlichen Kommunen ein kostenloses Instrument, das neue Medien für informelle Beteiligungsprozesse einsetzt und mit dem kommunale Entwicklungsfragen beantwortet werden können. Genauere Infos finden Sie hier. Anna Schopf Master / Bachelor
Das Umfeld von Coworking Spaces Welche Infrastrukturen und Einrichtungen werden im Umfeld von Coworking Spaces durch deren Nutzer frequentiert? Wohin fließt die Kaufkraft?
Methoden: Literatur, Ortstermine, Umfragen, Interviews
Marco Hölzel Master
Multilokalität Verbreitung, Planungsbedeutung, Entwicklungskonzepte
Methoden:  Literatur, ggf. Interviews
Marco Hölzel Bachelor / Master / Projektarbeit
Güterverteilungszentren GVZ Verbreitung von GVZ, Arenzung zu Logistik Zentren, verkehrliche Anbindung, Lage in Region oder Stadt
Methoden: Literatur, ggf. Ortstermine, Experteninterviews
Marco Hölzel Bachelor / Master / Projektarbeit
Radwege und Bodenrecht  Widmung, Flächenverbrauch, Nutzungsintensität, verkehrliche Wirkung
Methoden: Literatur, ggf. Ortstermine, Experteninterviews
Marco Hölzel Bachelor / Master / Projektarbeit
Evaluation Freiraum Viertel

Methoden: Befragungen, Erhebungen, Ortstermine

https://freiraum-viertel.de/

Marco Hölzel Bachelor / Master / Projektarbeit
Angebotsplanung Gewerbegebieten und deren Erfassung im Alkis  Methoden: Datenanalyse, Interviews Marco Hölzel Bachelor / Master / Projektarbeit
Stadtsanierung und Bodenpreise

Welchen Einfluss hat das Sanierungsrecht auf die Entwicklung von Bodenpreisen?

Methoden:  Datenanalyse / -beschaffung, Interviews, ..

Marco Hölzel Master
Wirtshäuser auf dem Land – Auslaufmodell oder Wiedergeburt?

Methoden: Literatur, Recherche, Interviews, Ortstermine

Marco Hölzel Bachelor / Master / Projektarbeit
Einkaufen im ländlichen Raum – Neue Einzelhandelsmodelle (Selbstbedienungsmärkte)  

Methoden: Literatur, Recherche, Interviews, Ortstermine

Marco Hölzel

 

Bachelor / Master / Projektarbeit
Water-Energy-Food Nexus for Food Sovereignty We are building a living lab for urban agriculture at TUM main campus. This topic is to collect data regarding SDG indicators, food sovereignty, FAO indicators of food security and/or developing innovative technologies for urban agriculture (i.e. hydroponic structures, vertical gardening, etc.)  Pamela Duran Diaz Master / Study Project
Transnational Land Governance The aim is to study institutional frameworks and analyse policies for projects, challenges and resources that go across geopolitical boundaries. For example, the implementation on the Great Green Wall Initiative in Africa, the management of the Amazon Rainforest resources, the management of hydro-political systems in Africa (i.e. Nile, Congo, Okavango rivers, Lake Victoria), among others. Pamela Duran Diaz Master / Study Project
Anthropologies of Water Sustainable management of cultural landscapes in which water is the creative agent that shapes the landscape, the local identity and the community dynamics. It requires the study of cultural assets, history, the biophysical matrix and the transformations of the case study making use of remote sensing, land-use plans, maps, etc. Pamela Duran Diaz Master / Study Project
Testing and validating SmartLandMaps This is a start-up initiative based in Germany and Rwanda utilizing advanced computer vision and domain modelling to increase the efficiency of participatory mapping and ease the management of (customary) land rights. The tool allows to translate local knowledge to standardized formats. A bachelor or Master study could test and validate this in certain case areas or certain cicumstances. There would be partnering with Kaspar Kundert (kasparjkundert@gmail.com), Auriol Degbelo (auriol.degbelo@uni-muenster.de) and Claudia Stocker (claudia.stoecker@uni-muenster.de) Walter T. de Vries Bachelor and/or Master
Testing and simulating Flood/Energy/urban expansion using decision support systems with ILWIS This would be relevant for someone with knowledge, experience and interest in Open Source GIS & Geoinformatics for land management. The aim is to prepare a series of tests and exercises with the ILWIS software - 52north.org/software/software-projects/ilwis/. Real data  - GIS and satellite images -  can be used on floods , energy systems and/or urban expansion.  Walter T. de Vries Project and/or Bachelor or Master
Connection of poaching and trafficking of protected species and land grabbing   Wildlife crime and poaching is one of the biggest challenges in biodiversity conservation in Africa. Moreover, currently it has become more evident that there is a relation between Pandemic diseases (including Corona), biodiversity loss, wildlife crime and geo-political instability. 75% of all emerging infectious diseases come from wildlife. It's time to take better care of nature, protecting wildlife at source, and stopping the illegal taking, trade and consumption of wildlife (https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/25/coronavirus-nature-is-sending-us-a-message-says-un-environment-chief). The roots of this challenge are not only the organized crime at a global level, but also the socio-economic drivers at local level, many of which can be observed geospatially. One of such transitions concerns land tenure and land use change, usually manifested in the form of land grabbing, deforestation and massive evictions. Though the relation between land use changes and international illegal wildlife trade is outlined in several research and policy documents, so far there are no studies which clearly establish the direct link between the two factors, neither are there sufficient contemporary data analyses mechanisms to measure the location and extent of this relation. Therefore, the main goal of the project is to determine  the impact of land use change on poaching and illegal wildlife trade and to design relevant policies to address this issue.   Walter T. de Vries Bachelor and/or Master
International analysis of beliefs and perceptions about gender equity in land administration  This study aims at analysing a series of Q methodology acquire data for over a number of years. The goal is to seek patterns by interpretation and appropriate theoretical reference systems. The student needs to learn about Q methodology and various Q sorting and Q analyses software packages.  Walter T. de Vries Bachelor and/or Master
Data stories of rural and urban land tenure The land portal provides several examples of data stories - landportal.org/data/stories. Stories / narratives help to bring data to life, and put these in a more understandable context for the general public and for policy makers. This research aims at constructing and evaluating data stories which are used to describe, present and advocate land and property rights. The goal of the research is to investigate communicaiton means and methods and tools to make the stories most effective.  Walter T. de Vries Bachelor and/or Master
Connecting point cadastres to LADM  Point cadastres a re aspecific category of cadastres, especially suited for locaitons where no form of land registration exist. This research aims at deriving an overview of how prototype point cadastres could be developed in alingment with the the Land Administration Domain Model, using latest insights and tests of LADM and new insights on point cadastres, and fitting the logic of Fit-for-purpose cadastres Walter T. de Vries Study project, Bachelor and/or Master
A spatial evaluation of inequalities in land tenure and affordable housing  This research needs to rely on as everal comparative case studies in urban areas where considerable inequalities exist in land tenure (rights) and affordable housing opportunities. The study aims to compare the diferences spatially and explain these differecnes from multiple theoretical and analytical perspectives Walter T. de Vries Study project, Bachelor and/or Master
An evaluation and assessment of new insights in spatial data infrastructures and spatial knowledge infrastructures relevant for the domain of land management The concpet of spatial data infrastructure (SDI) has been coined in the 1980s. Since then it has evolved into policeis such as the INSPIRE policy in Europe, including specific requirements fro cadastral data amongst others. The success of SDI is however debated in various studies. This research aims to look back and look forward. What has been learned from practice and what are new disruptive concepts and polcies which may replace or extend SDIs, in particular relevant for the domain of land management?  Walter T. de Vries Study project, Bachelor and/or Master
3D cadastres and BIM – cases, opportunities, challenges, potentials Building information modelling (BIM) has enromous potential for real estate management and land management if and when combined with GIS and remote sensing. Where do these potentials lie, and what are challenges in the field of land registration, 3D cadastres, legality, security and authenticity of information.   Walter T. de Vries Study project, Bachelor and/or Master
3D cadastres and digital twins – cases, opportunities, challenges, potentials The concept of digital twins has gained interest from various sub fields of land management and land administration, if and when combined with GIS and remote sensing. Where do these potentials lie, and what are challenges in the field of land registration, 3D cadastres, legality, security and authenticity of information.   Walter T. de Vries Study project, Bachelor and/or Master
Potentials of virtual, extended, mixed and immersive realities for scenario building in land management and spatial planning   This study aims to evaluate the potentials, requirements, practices, challenges and existing systems, software and algorthms of virtual, extended, mixed and immersive realities for scenario building in land management and spatial planning   Walter T. de Vries Study project, Bachelor and/or Master
Evaluating rain water / drinking water / waste water possibilities, requirements and challanges for the new capital of Indonesia in Kalimantan This spatial assessment study aims at evaluating rain water / drinking water / waste water possibilities, requirements and challanges for the new capital of Indonesia in Kalimantan. This evalaution needs to rely on opnely accessible geospatial and remote sensing data. The outcome should be a comparative evaluation of different spatial scenarios, which compare the amounts of water, location, impacts on land and water rights and use.  Walter T. de Vries Study project, Bachelor and/or Master
The potentials, challenges and disruptive use of planning support systems for spatial governance This specific research addresses which spatial planning tools are used / adopted by the diverse professional groups, and how these tools can be inter-related or integrated to support various levels of spatial governance.  Walter T. de Vries Study project, Bachelor and/or Master

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