The literature for each of the 11 key trends is substantial, such that we could only undertake a limited review of each trend to identify potential issues or aspects to consider. Despite these challenges and limitations, the review yielded important insights into possible implications of different cultural, economic, environmental and social trends on triggers, thresholds and irreversibility of land-use change. Below we summarise results at two scales: global and New Zealand.
Triggers and thresholds of land use change in relation to climate change and other key trends: A Review and assessment of potential implications for New Zealand
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