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Measuring the effectiveness of landscape approaches to conservation and development

  • Jeffrey Sayer
  • Chris Margules
  • Agni Klintuni Boedhihartono
  • Terry C.H. Sunderland
  • James D. Langston
  • James Reed
  • Rebecca Riggs
  • Louise Buck
  • Bruce M. Campbell
  • Koen Kusters
  • Chris Elliott
  • Peter Minang
  • Allan Dale
  • Herry Purnomo
  • James R. Stevenson
  • Petrus Gunarso
  • Agus Purnomo

This new study addresses a major challenge for integrated landscape management and its advocates: landscape approaches are by nature and necessity long-term engagements, with multiple and shifting...

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Connecting farm to landscape for biodiversity conservation

Connecting farm to landscape for biodiversity conservation

  • Lee Gross
  • Sebastian Castro-Tanzi
  • Sara Scherr

This discussion paper presents the results of a study undertaken by EcoAgriculture Partners in late 2015 focused on evaluating the CAMBio project’s biodiversity impacts, at field and landscape...

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Guidelines – Participatory planning, monitoring and evaluation of multi-stakeholder platforms in integrated landscape initiatives

  • Koen Kusters
  • Maartje de Graaf
  • Louise Buck

Practical guidelines for participatory PME workshops that can be conducted with the members of a multi-stakeholder platform.

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Integrated landscape initiatives in Europe

  • María García-Martín
  • Claudia Bieling
  • Abigail Hart
  • Tobias Plieninger

Landscapes are linked to human well-being in a multitude of ways, some of which are challenged by global market forces and traditional management approaches. In response to this situation there has...

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Implementing Smallholder Carbon Projects

  • Seth Shames
  • Krista Heiner
  • Martha Kapukha
  • Lillian Kiguli
  • Moses Masiga
  • Pauline Nantongo Kalunda
  • Annet Ssempala
  • John Recha
  • Amos Wekesa

Two smallholder agricultural carbon projects in East Africa engaged in a participatory action research process to identify ways local actors could take on larger management roles within the projects....

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Building local institutional capacity to implement agricultural carbon projects

  • Seth Shames
  • Krista Heiner
  • Martha Kapukha
  • Lillian Kiguli
  • Moses Masiga
  • Pauline Nantongo Kalunda
  • Annet Ssempala
  • John Recha
  • Amos Wekesa

This Participatory Action Research study published in Agriculture & Food Security focuses on two innovative models for smallholder agricultural carbon projects, and investigates how local...

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Integrated Landscape Management: The Means of Implementation for the Sustainable Development Goals

Integrated landscape management ensures that by managing the underpinning natural resource base and ecosystem services in a coordinated way, societal needs can be met in the short and long term....

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Integrated Landscape Investment in Kenya

  • Krista Heiner
  • Seth Shames
  • Emily Spiegel

A snapshot of the successes, challenges, and innovations in investment in ILM in Kenya.

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The Little Sustainable Landscapes Book

  • Louisa Denier
  • Sara Scherr
  • Seth Shames
  • Paul Chatterton
  • Lex Hovani
  • Nienke Stam

The Little Sustainable Landscapes Book aims to clarify and disseminate sustainable landscape management methods, and to catalyse their implementation across private and public sectors worldwide. Also...

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Landscape Partnerships for Sustainable Development

To achieve the SDGs by 2030 will require a radically different paradigm of development than was applied to the Millennium Development Goals. A new approach that breaks down sectoral barriers,...

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