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Bridging the Gap from the Local to the Landscape in Northern Honduras

  • Dave Kramer
  • Brian Lunardi
  • Barbara Vallarino

This case study focuses on an approach to scaling up local-level development and resource management projects to a broader geography, uniting forces across a landscape. It proposes that a strong..

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Advancing and Balancing Ecological Conservation, Agricultural Production and Local Livelihood Goals in Kenya’s Kikuyu Escarpment Landscape

  • Louise Buck
  • Courtney Wallace-Stokes
  • David Kuria
  • Jeffrey C. Milder

This case study characterizes the Kikuyu Escarpment landscape and describes the ways in which an integrated landscape management approach has enabled local communities to define and pursue their..

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Managing for Resilience

  • Louise Buck
  • Ian D. Bailey

To strengthen food security and livelihoods, programs must help vulnerable communities build socially and ecologically resilient landscapes. Landscape-scale management of socio-ecological systems..

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Building a Collaborative Vision for Landscape Action: Lombok project experience

  • Anna Lyons

This case study shares how different actors in a landscape can move towards collaborative multi-stakeholder and multi-sector action for managing landscapes sustainably, drawing on lessons from Lombok.

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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..

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Integrated Landscape Management in Africa

  • Christine Negra
  • Jes Walton

To ground the African Landscapes Action Plan in the best available evidence, teams from the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative synthesized the latest studies and experience in..

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A Landscape Perspective on Monitoring & Evaluation for Sustainable Land Management

  • Louise Buck
  • Raffaela Kozar
  • John Recha
  • Ayal Desalegn
  • Christopher Planicka
  • Abigail Hart

This manual will aid trainers of sustainable land management (SLM) professionals to organize and conduct effective courses on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) from an integrated landscape management..

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Ground-Based Photo-Monitoring of Landscape Changes Arising from Sustainable Land Management Practices

  • James Lassoie
  • Louise Buck
  • Lindsay Myron, Consultant

Aimed at sustainable land management researchers and practitioners, the method presented here uses photographs to track land-use changes in order to evaluate the progress and effectiveness of..

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Spatial Planning and Monitoring of Landscape Interventions: Maps to Link People with their Landscapes

  • Louise Willemen
  • Raffaela Kozar
  • Ayal Desalegn
  • Louise Buck

This guide is designed to stimulate and provide a clear process for the use of maps in cross-sectoral collaborations to locate, design and monitor interventions in rural landscapes.

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Strengthening Capacities for Collaborative Landscape Management in Africa

  • Cora van Oosten
  • Louise Buck
  • Abigail Hart
  • Mariteuw Chimère Diaw

Working from a landscape perspective requires a broad spectrum of capacities. A recent study of integrated landscape initiatives (ILIs) in Africa exposes challenges, however, in realizing the..

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