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June 10, 2021

New Publication: A landscape planning framework: Collaborating across the landscape to mitigate impacts of development (CALM)

Louise BuckEcoAgriculture PartnersCornell University

Fauna and Flora International (FFI) and the Arcus Foundation have just released a new and exciting framework to put nature at the center of land use and development planning. Collaborating across the landscape to mitigate impacts of development (CALM) is designed to overcome shortcomings in the business-as-usual management of complex multi-use landscapes, CALM addresses the nee ...
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February 19, 2021

A new publication links Territorial Development and Integrated Landscape Management through case studies around the world

Thomas ForsterThe New School Louise BuckEcoAgriculture PartnersCornell University Sara ScherrEcoAgriculture Partners

“Territorial Approaches for Sustainable Development,” published in January recently by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), is a stocktaking of experiences and lessons for spatial multi-sector planning and management.  The TP4D study report is oriented to policymakers, program managers, and practitioners looking for successful territo ...
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January 4, 2021

Participant Follow-up from the African Landscapes Dialogue 2019 

Manon KoningsteinEcoAgriculture Partners Sara ScherrEcoAgriculture Partners Louise BuckEcoAgriculture PartnersCornell University

The third African Landscapes Dialogue (ALD)  took place at the International Convention Centre in Arusha, Tanzania, on November 12-15, 2019. These four days were filled with intense knowledge sharing, discussion, and networking, providing the 150 participants from 18 African countries with lots of ideas and inspiration when returning to their home countries. One commitmen ...
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September 7, 2020

Using Integrated Landscape Management to scale Agroforestry: Examples from Ecuador

Louise BuckEcoAgriculture PartnersCornell University Manon KoningsteinEcoAgriculture Partners

In their newest publication in Sustainability Science: ‘Using Integrated Landscape Management to scale Agroforestry: Examples from Ecuador’ Sara Scherr and Louise Buck collaborate with Luisa Truijillo (EcoAgriculture Fellow), Jefferson Mecham and Marie Flemming to explore the application of ILM in agroforestry initiatives in two landscapes in Ecuador: the Chocó-Andean Bio- ...
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March 21, 2019

The Potential and Promise of Agroforestry Landscapes

Louise BuckEcoAgriculture PartnersCornell University Eghosa AsemotaEcoAgriculture PartnersCornell University

Today, more than three-fourths of the Earth’s arable lands are severely degraded, effectively threatening the livelihood and well-being of two-fifths of the world’s population. With such widespread ecosystem degradation, no wonder food insecurity, water scarcity and conflict over dwindling resources are intensifying. More than ever, we need to scale up food production syste ...
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March 23, 2016

Sharpening the minds of landscape shakers and movers

Louise BuckEcoAgriculture PartnersCornell University Lee GrossEcoAgriculture Partners

A pilot test of an eCourse on the landscape approach stirs interest in an upcoming online curricula. On March 10, 2016 EcoAgriculture Partners, Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation (CDI) and the World Bank’s Climate Change Group co-hosted a three hour workshop introducing the Landscape Approach. The workshop included more than 40 World Bank staff from […] ...
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