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Climate-Smart Landscapes: Multifunctionality in Practice

Multifunctionality in Practice

Editors

  • Peter Minang
  • Meine van Noordwijk
  • Olivia E. Freeman
  • Cheikh Mbow
  • Jan de Leeuw
  • Delia E. Catacutan

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Date

February 2, 2015

Short Summary

This edited volume explores a ‘landscape approach’ to achieving multiple climate, social, development and environmental objectives.

Summary

A ‘landscape approach’ to achieving multiple climate, social, development and environmental objectives.

Building on climate-smart landscapes as a growing platform and pathway towards achieving multi functionality, this book in 27 chapters draws strongly from practices, methods, examples and considerations for applying landscape approaches to achieve multifunctional outcomes and in particular, address the complex challenge of climate change.

Contents

(click to download each chapter)

Part 1: Introduction

1

Introduction
Peter Minang, Meine van Noordwijk, Olivia E. Freeman, Cheikh Mbow, Jan de Leeuw, and Delia E. Catacutan

 

Part 2: Understanding Landscapes

2

Whither landscapes? Compiling requirements of the landscape approach
Emmanuel Torquebiau

3

Characterising multifunctionality in climate-smart landscapes
Olivia E. Freeman

4

What can climate-smart agricultural landscapes learn from the gestion de terroirs approach?
Florence Bernard

5

Landscape restoration from a social-ecological system perspective
Lalisa A. Duguma, Peter A. Minang, Mathew Mpanda, Anthony Kimaro, and Dieudonne Alemagi

6

Climate Smart Territories (CST): An integrated approach to food security, ecosystem services, and climate change in rural areas
Bastiaan Louman, José Joaquín Campos-Arce, Leida Mercado, Pablo Imbach, Claudia Bouroncle, Bryan Finegan, Claudia Martinez, César Mendoza, Roger Villalobos, Claudia Medellín, Cristobal Villanueva, Tatiana Mendoza, Amilcar Aguilar, and Danilo Padilla

7

Integrated landscape initiatives in practice: assessing experience from 191 landscapes in Africa and Latin America
Abigail K. Hart, Jeffrey C. Milder, Natalia Estrada-Carmona, Fabrice A.J. DeClerck, Celia A. Harvey, and Philip Dobie

8

How can an integrated landscape approach contribute to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and advance climate-smart objectives?
Cheikh Mbow, Constance Neely, and Philip Dobie
 Part 3: From Concepts to Inducing Change

9

Scale considerations in landscape approaches
Peter A. Minang, Lalisa A. Duguma, Dieudonne Alemagi, and Meine van Noordwijk

10

Leveraging landscapes: A systems approach to drivers of change
Lalisa A. Duguma and Peter A. Minang

11

Landcare – a landscape approach at scale
Delia Catacutan, Clinton Muller, Mary Johnson, and Dennis Garrity

12

Landscape-level constraints and opportunities for sustainable intensification in smallholder systems in the tropics
Ingrid Oborn, Shem Kuyah, Mattias Jonsson, A. Sigrun Dahlin, Hosea Mwangi, and Jan de Leeuw

13

Water-focused landscape management
Meine van Noordwijk, Beria Leimona, Ma Xing, Lisa Tanika, Sara Namirembe, and Didik Suprayogo

14

Opportunities and challenges of landscape approaches for sustainable charcoal production and use
Miyuki Iiyama, Henry Neufeldt, Philip Dobie, Roy Hagen, Mary Njenga, Geoffrey Ndegwa, Jeremias Gasper Mowo, Philip Kisoyan, and Ramni Jamnadass

15

Gender-specific spatial perspectives and scenario building approaches for understanding gender equity and sustainability in climate-smart landscapes
Grace B. Villamor, P. Afiavi Dah-gbeto, Andrew Bell, Ujjwal Pradhan, and Meine van Noordwijk

16

The opportunity costs of emission reduction: a methodology and application to support land use planning for low emission development
S. Suyanto, Andree Ekadinata, Rachmat Mulia, Feri Johana, and Atick Widayati

17

Negotiation support tools to enhance multifunctioning landscapes
Sonya Dewi, Andree Ekadinata, Dony Indiarto, Alfa Nugraha, and Meine van Noordwijk

18

Institutional arrangements for climate-smart landscapes
Susan W. Wambugu, Susan W. Chomba, and Joanes Atela
 Part 4: Involving the Private Sector

19

Private sector investment in landscape approaches: the role of production standards and certification
Gabrielle Kissinger, Mark Moroge, and Martin Noponen

20

Landscape approaches to sustainable supply chain management: the role of agribusinesses
Amos Gyau, Judith Oduol, Mercy Mbugua, Divine Foundjem-Tita, Djalal Ademonla Arinloye, and Christophe Koame

21

Private sector engagement in landscape-based approaches – lessons from cases in East Africa
Sara Namirembe and Florence Bernard
 Part 5: Contextualized Experience

22

Operationalizing climate-smart agricultural landscapes: the case of a tea-producing landscape in Kericho, Kenya
Jeffrey C. Milder, Mark Moroge, and Seth Shames

23

Institutional dynamics and landscape change – a case study of Southern Cameroon
Divine Foundjem-Tita, Stijn Speelman, Peter A. Minang, Peter Mbile, Samuel N. Ndobe, and Zac Tchoundjeu

24

Pathways for sustainable intensification and diversification of cocoa agroforestry landscapes in Cameroon
Dieudonne Alemagi, Peter A. Minang, Lalia A. Duguma, Anderson Kehbila, and Faith Ngum

25

Landscape approaches in the Congo Basin: Linking the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Emission Reduction Program (ERP) and the Central Africa Regional Program for the Environment (CARPE)
Kalame Fobissie
Part 6: Synthesis and Conclusions

26

The future of landscape approaches: Interacting theories of place and change
Meine van Noordwijk, Peter A. Minang, Olivia E. Freeman, Cheikh Mbow, and Jan de Leeuw

27

Enhancing multifunctionality through system improvement and landscape democracy processes: a synthesis
Peter A. Minang, Lalia A. Duguma, Meine van Noordwijk, Ravi Prabhu, and Olivia E. Freeman

 

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