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September 16, 2016

What We’re Reading: Billion Dollar Opportunity in Sustainable Land Use

The EditorsEcoAgriculture Partners

Stories we loved the week of September 12th: The billion-dollar opportunity in sustainable land use - Sustainability "Sustainable land use in forestry and agriculture is critical to prosperous rural economies, inclusive development and dealing with climate change. But more than that, it is an enormous investment an…
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September 8, 2016

New tool for participatory planning, monitoring and evaluation of multi-stakeholder platforms in integrated landscape initiatives

EcoAgriculture Partners and Tropenbos International publish new method to improve the performance of multi-stakeholder platforms. The rapidly rising popularity of the landscape approach is resulting in a growing number of integrated landscape initiatives. Such initiatives often involve multi-stakeholder platforms, m…
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August 20, 2016

What We’re Reading: Evaluating Corporate Commitments on Deforestation

The EditorsEcoAgriculture Partners

Stories we loved the week of August 14, 2016: Parsing Private Sector Deforestation Commitments - Ecosystem Marketplace "Major companies around the world are racing to purge deforestation from their supply chains, but they’re doing so with different levels of enthusiasm and sincerity, while operating in different…
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August 12, 2016

What We’re Reading: Close urban-rural ties in Sub-Saharan Africa

The EditorsEcoAgriculture Partners

Stories we loved the week of August 7, 2016:   Rural-Urban Linkages in SSA Food Systems - IFAD "This paper examines the role of rural-urban linkages in fostering inclusive and sustainable food systems and how these contribute to rural transformation and, more broadly, to sustainable and inclusive development…
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August 10, 2016

Climate action through agricultural landscape management

Sara ScherrEcoAgriculture Partners

Climate change is one of the most powerful forces affecting agricultural landscapes today and will only be more so in the future. Changes in temperatures, precipitation and extreme weather events like floods and droughts affect crop productivity, livestock health, pest and disease incidence and generally increases far…
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August 7, 2016

What We’re Reading: The Landscape Management-Migration Link

The EditorsEcoAgriculture Partners

Stories we loved the week of July 31, 2016: Ethiopian Landscape Restoration Revives Livelihoods- The Guardian Ethiopian migration from rural areas suffering from landscape degradation due to deforestation and erosion has been slowed by restoration efforts that provide new livelihood opportunities for local farmers…
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