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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


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 



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.

- 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?



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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