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Hugo Ferreira Calado de Oliveira is conducting a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Landscape Management by the University of Évora starting in 2011 within CCIAM of CE3C. He is conducting the project “BASE - bottom up climate adaptation strategies towards a sustainable Europe” Focussing on the role of Permaculture Landscape Ecological Design as a Grassroots Climate Change Adaptation Strategy, under the supervision of Gil Penha-Lopes (CE3C-FCUL). His Ph.D. is on “sustainability transitions through grassroots management of resilient agro-environmental systems: The case study of the permaculture landscape design movement in Portugal”, and the main aims are: 1. Contribute for the theoretical and practical development within the field of sustainability transitions at grassroots level. 2. Characterize the “niche-innovation” created by the permaculture movement, relating it to its inherent resilience as specific socio-ecological systems. 3. Identify interactions between related “niches”: as a multifunctional landscape holistic design system, permaculture integrates low impact “niche-innovations” generated by other movements as strategies and techniques. To study these interactions will help to understand the dynamics of the study case. 4. Assess the influence of the permaculture niche-innovation on agro-food regime shift. 5. Identify possible reconfiguration of multiple regime shift. 5. Identify permaculture grassroots innovation measures for adaptation to climate change.
Vizinho, A., Avelar, D., Branquinho, C., Capela Lourenço, T., Carvalho, S., Nunes, A., Sucena-Paiva, L., Oliveira, H., Fonseca. A.L., Santos, F.D., Roxo, M.J. & Penha-Lopes, G. (2021) Framework for climate change adaptation of agriculture and forestry in mediterranean climate regions.Land, 10(2), 161. DOI:10.3390/land10020161 (IF2020 3,398; Q2 Environmental Studies)
Oliveira, H. & Penha-Lopes, G. (2020) Permaculture in Portugal: social-ecological inventory of a re-ruralizing grassroots movement. European Countryside, 12(1), 30-52. DOI:10.2478/euco-2020-0002.
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