McGill researchers call for the creation of a global database of land prices

Geospatial Land Price Data: A Public Good for Global Change Science and Policy
Published: 30 May 2018

Improved access to data on land prices is vital for future advances in global change science and policy. Spatially explicit land price information should be a public good available to the international community. An open-access, global land price database would enable policymakers, scientists, and civic society to better grapple with the economic, social, and environmental challenges posed by global change. Co-authored by Oliver T Coomes, Graham K MacDonald and Yann le Polain de Waroux from McGill’s Department of Geography.

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