A Healthy World
starts with
Whole Landscapes

Agriculture, development and conservation organizations big and small are joining up to connect their best programs and research with a network of local landscape initiatives. The aim: to create and sustain integrated agricultural landscapes world wide.

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A Worldwide Research Project

Using a network of partners around the world, we’re undertaking a global review of the science and practice of integrated landscape management. As we learn, we’re sharing the results in a variety of forms - all available right here.

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Featured Publication
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September 2014

The African Landscapes Action Plan

In July 2014, nearly 200 highly regarded experts, practitioners and policy makers from across Africa and around the world came together over three days to synthesize less...

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Featured Tool
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October 2014

Spatial Planning and Monitoring Guide

Christopher Planicka

This guide advises stakeholders on how to collect and create maps from available sources and use them to specify areas where improved landscape benefits are desired and i...

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A Network of Learning Landscapes

Let our online events and in-person workshops connect you to the experts, practitioners and tools you’re looking for. Then join the discussion so others can learn from you.

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Partner Events

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Lima, Peru December 6, 2014 - December 7, 2014

2014 Global Landscapes Forum

Countries are forging a successor to the Kyoto Protocol under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and, in parallel, des...

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Global Landscapes Forum - Lima, Peru December 6, 2014 | 17:30 - 19:00

Building an Alliance for the Restoration of African Landscapes

A High-Level Session at the 2014 Global Landscapes Forum....

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