Dr G.B.M. Pedroli is a senior researcher at Wageningen University & Research (Alterra) and associate professor at Wageningen University (Land Use Planning Group), holding a PhD in physical geography / landscape ecology. He is strongly involved in international research and education related to environmental management and to land use planning. He is Director of UNISCAPE (Association of Universities for the European Landscape Convention (www.uniscape.eu) and an active member of various other European scientific and NGO networks (e.g. Landscape Europe, IALE, CIVILSCAPE). He is also member of advisory boards of various scientific journals and foundations. He has published many research papers and edited several scientific books. He is engaged enthusiastically in supporting policies for land use and landscape management and nature conservation planning from a sustainable development perspective.
Pedroli, B., T. Pinto Correia & J. Primdahl (2016): Challenges for a shared European countryside of uncertain future. Towards a modern community-based landscape perspective. Landscape Research: 41(4): 450-460.
van der Sluis, T., Pedroli, B., Kristensen, S. B. P., Lavinia Cosor, G., & Pavlis, E. (2015). Changing land use intensity in Europe Recent processes in selected case studies. Land Use Policy, 57, 777-785.
Pedroli, B., Rounsevell, M., Metzger, M., Paterson, J. and the VOLANTE consortium (2015). The VOLANTE Roadmap towards sustainable land resource management in Europe. VOLANTE final project document, Alterra Wageningen UR, 24 pp. www.volante-project.eu/docs/roadmap.pdf