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[1] Turnover of pollutants at the catchment scale / P. Grathwohl, E. Petrova, E. Kortunov, M. Finkel // Book of Abstracts of the 9th German‐Brazilian Symposium. — Germany, 2019. — P. 1–180. Dear Participants of the 9th German-Brazilian Symposium 2019, Since 2003, the Brazil-Germany Symposia on Sustainable Development have been alternately held in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany and all over Brazil with great success, while also jointly establishing itself as an important bi-national platform for exchange in the sciences, politics and economics. This year, the University of Hohenheim, represented by the Institute of Agricultural Sciences in the Tropics (HansRuthenberg-Institute), is proud to be the host of this interdisciplinary event linking our two countries in discussing the global challenges and overall progress towards solutions for the sustainability goals. The theme of the 9th Brazil-Germany Symposium is “Integrating Systems for Sustainable Development - Linking Human and Natural Components”. Globally, most challenges in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are interlinked and therefore demand interdisciplinary and cross cutting solution approaches. However, many of these challenges, such as environmental pollution, water scarcity, food security, biodiversity conservation, disease control, provision of clean energy, or climate change are analyzed and managed separately rather than holistically. As a result, the overall objective of the symposium is to improve our understanding of interlinked and complex systems by developing new methods that in a research environment couple human with natural components. This would be a promising approach for sustainable development. The current debate on climate change mitigation, ongoing or even accelerating deforestation, and biodiversity loss reinforces the need to focus and manage human-nature interactions in a more holistic way. The University of Hohenheim is well-positioned in three socially-relevant research areas that directly relate to the UN sustainability goals, namely bioeconomy, global food security and ecosystems as well as health sciences. Hohenheim also has a strong tradition in cooperating with countries from the Global South, especially in the field of agricultural sciences. The Hans-Ruthenberg-Institute, with specialized working groups and more than 100 scientists, provides profound empirical and theoretical knowledge covering all of the fundamental fields of tropical agriculture, i.e. agroecology, crop and 5 animal sciences, agricultural engineering as well as agricultural economics and social sciences. One aim is to develop novel integrated strategies to address the challenges related to our changing environment by bringing together natural and social sciences in innovative ways. The overall aim is to use research and education to increase global food security and develop sustainable agricultural systems. By hosting the 9th Germany-Brazil Symposium on Sustainable Development we aim to provide a platform for scientific exchange linking and integrating the inter- and transdisciplinary expertise from different institutions. Events like the German-Brazilian Symposium have the potential to function as a communication hub and make a substantial contribution towards tackling global scientific, environmental, economical and social challenges, with the goal of sustainable development. This year we shared the responsibilities for the Symposium organization between the Institute of Agricultural Sciences in the Tropics (Hans-Ruthenberg-Institute) at the University of Hohenheim, the Baden-Württembergischen Brasilien-Zentrum in Tübingen, and Baden-Württemberg International (bw-i). We would like to thank CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel, Brazil), DWIH-SP (Deutsches Wissenschafts- und Innovationshaus, São Paulo) und bw-i (BadenWürttemberg International), and Andreas Stihl AG & Co. KG for their financial support. The 9th Brazil-Germany Symposium on Sustainable Development offers plenary sessions with keynote presentations and thematically focused parallel sessions, film contributions, oral and poster presentations, exhibitions, guided field trips and time for discussion in a pleasant and stimulating atmosphere. The symposium is subdivided into the major topics  Natural sciences and biodiversity  System integration for sustainable agriculture and forestry  Economic, social and environmental challenges We received many very interesting contributions from which, with the valuable help of scientific experts, we selected a program of more than 150 oral and poster contributions covering a diversity of disciplines and topics. As an added special feature, we decided to integrate the Tropentag conference into the program of the Germany-Brazil Symposium 2019. It is an annual, development-oriented and interdisciplinary conference on research in tropical and subtropical agriculture, natural resource management, and rural development. It seemed only natural that the Tropentag conference with its more than 800 participants from all over the world would ideally complement the topics of the German-Brazilian Symposium, while offering even more opportunities for exchange and cooperation. We hope that participants take the opportunity to visit the Tropentag 2019, held from the 18 to 20 September, at the University of Kassel, Germany. The theme of the Tropentag this year is: Filling gaps and removing traps for sustainable resources development. Finally, we would like to welcome all participants from the fields of science, politics, economy and society here in Hohenheim and invite them to contribute to the interdisciplinary discussions about current sustainability issues. We hope this event will contribute to the development of new concepts, research questions or partnerships which would then translate into exciting future partnerships in research or educational projects, increasing bi-national cooperation towards sustainable development.

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