Aline holds a degree and a Master´s degree in Geography and Environment at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. Currently, she is a PhD student in Geography at the same institution with a doctoral stay in the School of Environment Science at University of East Anglia (UK). She is research assistant at International Institute for Sustainability (IIS) and integrates research groups as Applied Soil Science (PUC-Rio), Centre for Conservation and Sustainability Science of Rio (CSRio) and Landscape Studies Centre (PUC-Rio). She has experience in the areas of environmental history, historical ecology, soil science and forest restoration of the Atlantic Forest. She has been worked in soil characterization and evaluation/valuation of soil ecosystem services projects of agricultural, cattle ranching and forest.
Early Response of Soil Properties under Different Restoration Strategies in Tropical Hotspot
More effort is needed to implement and disseminate soil protection measures for tropical soils
Soil ecosystem services in tropical regions: a systematic review
Political, social, and economic research of soil ecosystem services to support smallholders while restoring Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Winners of the contest “SUSTAINABILITY: What does it mean to you?”
Earth Optimist Brazil 2021
2020 in retrospective
CSRio Seminar: Are new frameworks needed? Discussion in the scope of environmental projects
Importance and benefits of conserving Atlantic Forest
Podcast “Biochar for soil quality and farming sustainability in Brazil”
Biochar amendment improves degraded pasturelands in Brazil: environmental and cost-benefit analysis
Unlocking the Commercial, Financial and Economic Opportunities of Forest and Landscape Restoration in Brazil
Ecosystem services availability after changes in the land use and vegetation coverage: the case of Paraíba do Sul river valley
Look down — there is a gap — the need to include soil data in Atlantic Forest restoration
Agnieszka Latawiec, professor at PUC-Rio and IIS´ director, is awarded by the British Crown.