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19 Results for Research, Development and Training Gaps

Frameworks for Integrating Conservation and Development Approaches and Scaling Impact

  • Louise Buck
  • Sara Scherr
  • This report synthesizes strategic lessons from the CARE-WWF Alliance’s recent decade of programming in Mozambique, Nepal and Tanzania, and proposes generic frameworks to help guide future programming.

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Exploring Property Rights and Tenure in Integrated Landscape Management

  • Louise Buck
  • Sara Scherr
  • Social-ecological landscapes comprise multiple ecological niches and land uses, as well as diverse, and often overlapping, jurisdictions for land and resource management which can pose particular challenges for land governance and property rights....

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Spatial modelling of participatory landscape scenarios

  • Sara Scherr
  • Seth Shames
  • Spatially explicit modeling tools can be helpful in participatory scenario development with stakeholders from multiple sectors. In a set of three case studies by PBL and EcoAgriculture Partners, this combined approach demonstrated the potential to...

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Participatory Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Multi-Stakeholder Platforms in Integrated Landscape Initiatives

  • Koen Kusters
  • Louise Buck
  • Maartje de Graaf
  • Peter Minang
  • Cora van Oosten
  • Roderick Zagt
  • In this article we propose a participatory method to aid planning, monitoring, and evaluation of multi-stakeholder platforms, and we report on experiences from piloting the method in Ghana and Indonesia.

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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
  • 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 goals, while monitoring and measurement tools and...

  • James R. Stevenson
  • Petrus Gunarso
  • Agus Purnomo
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Examining multi-functionality for crop yield and ecosystem services in five systems of agroecological intensification

  • Kelly Garbach
  • Jeffrey C. Milder
  • Fabrice A.J. DeClerck
  • Maywa Montenegro de Wit
  • Laura Driscoll
  • Barbara Gemmill-Herren
  • Agroecological intensification (AEI) integrates ecological principles and biodiversity management into farming systems with the aims of increasing farm productivity, reducing dependency on external inputs, and sustaining or enhancing ecosystem...

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African Agribusiness Needs and Opportunities Assessment

  • Abigail Hart
  • Lee Gross
  • This document reports on a collaborative, stakeholder-engaged assessment of the resources that are needed to build capacities for meaningful private sector engagement in integrated landscape initiatives that can advance the scaling up of Sustainable...

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RIABM’s Approach to Cross-Landscape Knowledge-Sharing: Ingredients for Success

  • Josique Lorenzo
  • Fernando Carrera
  • Ronnie de Camino
  • Roger Villalobos
  • This piece reflects on the Red Iberoamericana de Bosques Modelo (RIABM or Ibero-American Model Forest Network) approach as a basis for the creation of strong and effective networking initiatives. It aims to provide insights for other similar...

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