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Scharrer, Bettina; Allheilig, Gaby (June 2021). Wir müssen uns von der Förderung der industriellen Logik wieder lösen. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Liechti, Karina; Allheilig, Gaby (June 2021). “State recognition of commoners’ organizations is extremely important”. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Tribaldos, Theresa Margarete; Allheilig, Gaby (May 2021). We are outsourcing many of the problems of our food system. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Jacobi, Johanna; Allheilig, Gaby (May 2021). Right now, Switzerland has a chance to formulate a food policy. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Schneider, Flurina; Allheilig, Gaby (March 2021). We need to ask more about what else could have been. An interview by Gaby Allheilig with Flurina Schneider on telecoupled landscapes. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Joss, Cristina; Allheilig, Gaby (February 2021). "Hungry mills" and their role in Indonesia’s palm oil industry. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Bader, Christoph; Allheilig, Gaby (2020). Wir brauchen grundsätzlich eine andere Art des Wirtschaftens. Interview von Gaby Allheilig mit Christoph Bader. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Tribaldos, Theresa M.; Allheilig, Gaby (2020). Crops from mountain regions are crucial to our food systems. An interview by Gaby Allheilig with Theresa Tribaldos the the UNESCO Chair on Natural and Cultural Heritage for Sustainable Mountain Development. In: CDE Spotlight.

Zimmermann, Anne; Allheilig, Gaby (2020). Outside pressure is forcing universities in the direction of sustainability. An interview by Gaby Allheilig with Anne Zimmermann on the role of universities in sustainable development. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Bader, Christoph; Allheilig, Gaby (2020). We need fundamentally different economic forms. An interview by Gaby Allheilig with Christoph Bader on the Working paper "Weniger ist mehr – der dreifache Gewinn einer Reduktion der Erwerbsarbeitszeit. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Oberlack, Christoph; Allheilig, Gaby (2020). Sustainable development needs local knowledge and global learning. An interview by Gaby Allheilig with Christoph Oberlack on the archetype approach aimed at supporting decision-making for sustainable development. In: CDE Spotlight. Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern

Zähringer, Julie G.; Allheilig, Gaby (19 November 2019). We have to approach biodiversity conservation holistically. Interview by Gaby Allheilig with Julie Zähringer, on "Protecting half the planet could directly affect over a billion people. In: CDE Spotlight.

Heinimann, Andreas; Allheilig, Gaby (2019). We must combine conservation of nature with benefits to society. Interview by Gaby Allheilig with Andreas Heinimann on IPBES' Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. In: CDE Spotlight.

Musselli, Irene; Allheilig, Gaby (2019). The least developed countries remain de facto excluded from tax information exchange. In: CDE Spotlight.

Ceddia, Graziano; Allheilig, Gaby (2019). Inequality also harms the environment. Interview by Gaby Allheilig with Graziano Ceddia on "The impact of income, land, and wealth inequality on agricultural expansion in Latin America". In: CDE Spotlight.

Jaquet, Stéphanie; Eugster, Andreas; Ebneter, Laura; Hurni, Kaspar; Allheilig, Gaby (2019). Madre de Dios A biodiversity hotspot under threat: Shaping sustainable futures for nature and people. In: Storymap. Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), Wyss Academy for Nature, University of Bern

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