New Conéctate A+ review focuses on identifying the scientific evidence on the management of terrestrial ecosystems by women in the Andean region, and the most important knowledge gaps.

Outcomes of the 6th Global Meeting of the Mountain Partnership.

New policy brief sets the tone for tackling plastic pollution during the International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development.

Researchers from ETH Zurich are studying how alpine vegetation is responding to a warming climate – and how some plant communities are continuing to stand firm against newcomers from lower elevations.

IPBES Values Assessment finds more than 50 methods and approaches exist to make the diverse values of nature visible.

Healthy social–ecological systems in mountains are essential for reducing disaster risk and achieving sustainable development globally. This focus issue of Mountain Research and Development (MRD), co-guest edited by MRI SLC member Irasema Alcantara-Ayala, illuminates the dynamic and complex interconnections between hazards, underlying vulnerabilities, integrated disaster risk management, and resulting impacts in mountains.

New paper identifies ‘bridges’ between resilience origins, data methods, mountain research, and co-design with local communities.

On 20 September 2022, the Mentoring and Training in IPCC Processes for Early Career Mountain Researchers Program came to a successful close, achieving all the objectives the project set out to do for the period 2019-2022.

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