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David M. Landholm Haight


M.Eng. (Forest Engineer)

Research Domain II: Climate Impacts & Vulnerabilities

Research Area III: Climate Change & Development (CCD)

Flagship Project: Sustainable Transition Pathways



Contact

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

Postal Address: P.O. Box 60 12 03, 14412 Potsdam, Germany

Visiting Address: Pappelallee 20, Room 3.11, 14469 Potsdam, Germany

Phone: +49 (0) 331 288 20718 

E-Mail: landholm@pik-potsdam.de

 

Current projects:

- SAL (Sustainable Amazonian Landscapes): Sustainable development options and land-use based alternatives to enhance the climate change mitigation and adaptation capacities in the Colombian and Peruvian Amazon while enhancing ecosystem services and local livelihoods.

https://amazonlandscapes.org/

- TESS (Towards European Societal Sustainability): a European research project which studies the role of community-based initiatives in fostering the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon Europe. What is the impact of community-based initiatives in terms of their carbon reduction potential, and their economic, societal and environmental effects? 

http://www.tess-transition.eu/

 

Publications

Landholm, D., Holsten, A., Martellozzo, F., Reusser, D., Kropp, J. (Under review). Climate Change Mitigation Potential of Community-Based Initiatives.

San Miguel, G., Corona, B., Ruiz, D., Landholm, D., Laina, R., Tolosana, E., Sixto, H., Cañellas, I. (2015). Environmental, energy and economic analysis of a biomass supply chain based on a poplar short rotation coppice in Spain. Journal of Cleaner Production, 94(0), 93-101. [PDF]

Conference Presentation(s):

Landholm, D., Laina, R., Tolosana, E., Sixto, H., Cañellas, I. Peralta, E., & San Miguel, G. (2013). LCA of a hybrid poplar (populus x. Euroamericana) energy crop under SRC regime in the Genil Valley (Spain). Proceedings of the Energy and Environment Knowledge Week, Toledo, 20-22th of November.

 

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