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Agroecología: promoviendo una transición hacia la sostenibilidad
SR Gliessman, FJ Rosado-May, C Guadarrama-Zugasti, J Jedlicka, ...
Revista Ecosistemas 16 (1), 2007
4072007
Cattle ranching intensification in Brazil can reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by sparing land from deforestation
AS Cohn, A Mosnier, P Havlík, H Valin, M Herrero, E Schmid, M O’Hare, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (20), 7236-7241, 2014
3282014
Smallholder agriculture and climate change
AS Cohn, P Newton, JDB Gil, L Kuhl, L Samberg, V Ricciardi, JR Manly, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 42, 347-375, 2017
1872017
Recent cropping frequency, expansion, and abandonment in Mato Grosso, Brazil had selective land characteristics
SA Spera, AS Cohn, LK VanWey, JF Mustard, BF Rudorff, J Risso, ...
Environmental Research Letters 9 (6), 064010, 2014
1592014
Cropping frequency and area response to climate variability can exceed yield response
AS Cohn, LK VanWey, SA Spera, JF Mustard
Nature Climate Change 6 (6), 601-604, 2016
1582016
Methods and global environmental governance
K O'Neill, E Weinthal, KR Marion Suiseeya, S Bernstein, A Cohn, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 38, 441-471, 2013
1062013
The resilience of integrated agricultural systems to climate change
JDB Gil, AS Cohn, J Duncan, P Newton, S Vermeulen
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (4), e461, 2017
892017
Land use change increases streamflow across the arc of deforestation in Brazil
MC Levy, AV Lopes, A Cohn, LG Larsen, SE Thompson
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (8), 3520-3530, 2018
872018
Are Brazil's deforesters avoiding detection?
P Richards, E Arima, L VanWey, A Cohn, N Bhattarai
Conservation Letters 10 (4), 470-476, 2017
812017
Forest loss in Brazil increases maximum temperatures within 50 km
AS Cohn, N Bhattarai, J Campolo, O Crompton, D Dralle, J Duncan, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (8), 084047, 2019
692019
Patterns and processes of pasture to crop conversion in Brazil: Evidence from Mato Grosso State
AS Cohn, J Gil, T Berger, H Pellegrina, C Toledo
Land use policy 55, 108-120, 2016
682016
Climate risks to Amazon agriculture suggest a rationale to conserve local ecosystems
MH Costa, LC Fleck, AS Cohn, GM Abrahão, PM Brando, MT Coe, R Fu, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (10), 584-590, 2019
522019
Climate voting in the US Congress: the power of public concern
C Vandeweerdt, B Kerremans, AS Cohn
Environmental Politics 25 (1), 1-21, 2015
512015
Agroecology and the Struggle for Food Sovereignty in the Americas: A Collaborative Project of the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), the IUCN …
A Cohn
IIED, 2006
482006
The climate impacts of bioenergy systems depend on market and regulatory policy contexts
DM Lemoine, RJ Plevin, AS Cohn, AD Jones, AR Brandt, SE Vergara, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (19), 7347-7350, 2010
452010
The viability of cattle ranching intensification in Brazil as a strategy to spare land and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions
A Cohn, M Bowman, D Zilberman, K O'Neill
CCAFS Working Paper, 2011
432011
Conserving the Cerrado and Amazon biomes of Brazil protects the soy economy from damaging warming
R Flach, G Abrahão, B Bryant, M Scarabello, AC Soterroni, FM Ramos, ...
World Development 146, 105582, 2021
372021
Agricultural certification as a conservation tool in Latin America
AS Cohn, D O'Rourke
Journal of Sustainable Forestry 30 (1-2), 158-186, 2011
322011
Extension services can promote pasture restoration: Evidence from Brazil’s low carbon agriculture plan
A Bragança, P Newton, A Cohn, J Assunção, C Camboim, D de Faveri, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (12), e2114913119, 2022
202022
Addressing rainfall data selection uncertainty using connections between rainfall and streamflow
MC Levy, A Cohn, AV Lopes, SE Thompson
Scientific reports 7 (1), 219, 2017
202017
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