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© PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
The Hague, 2018
PBL publication number: 2614

Spatial scenario modelling to support integrated landscape management in the Caribbean North Coast of Honduras

A case study on landscape strategies to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

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November 20, 2018

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Case: The Litoral Norte landscape in Honduras

On the Caribbean north coast of Honduras Solidaridad is implementing the PASOS program (Sustainable Landscapes in Honduras), which is an integrated landscape partnership built upon an already functioning partnership among actors within the palm oil sector. This new initiative includes a broader range of landscape stakeholders including not only palm oil, but also cocoa and ecotourism companies, indigenous peoples’ and community-based organizations, farmer organizations and cooperatives, municipal governments; research institutes and universities, community water associations, and non-profits. Key ambitions of this partnership include improving livelihoods and food security, doubling the sustainable production of palm oil, increasing the productivity and sustainability of the cocoa agroforestry and sustainable management of the watersheds.

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