Building a Collaborative Vision for Landscape Action

Issues are Interconnected

Many efforts to manage landscapes in an integrated fashion begin in response to a particular problem, purpose or focus such as conserving tropical rainforest, reducing poverty, promoting agroforestry, or diversifying food crop production.

Collaboration is Needed

People responsible for managing single-focus activities often quickly learn that tight linkages between livelihoods, sustainable production, and ecosystem management require attention to all of these dimensions if the effort is to be successful in the long term. They also need to engage partners and stakeholders at the larger landscape scale in order to succeed.

Building Links and Limiting Conflicts

A landscape perspective offers a framework to help local leaders be deliberate about building useful linkages and limiting potential conflict among people and activities that can contribute to multi-sector, multi-stakeholder management of the landscape.

Image above by Fauna and Flora International.

Network Events

No Network Events

Related Publication

Related Tool

No Related Tools

Landscape Experiences

No Related Landscapes

Useful Resources

1

Landscape Measures Resource Center (LMRC)

The Landscape Measures Resource Center is a collection of ideas and tools to aid in managing areas where interests in protecting biodiversity, producing food and securing rural livelihoods converge. In particular, see the sections, "Landscape Measures Approach" and "Engaging Stakeholders."

2

Multi-Stakeholder Processes Knowledge Co-Creation Portal

The Multi-Stakeholder Processes Knowledge Co-Creation Portal is developed by the Centre for Development Innovation, part of Wageningen University and Research Centre. The tools provided here enable practitioners to collaborate and share knowledge, experiences and strategies.

3

The Partnering Initiative

The Partnering Initiative is a collection of resources and services for developing effective collaboration between civil society, government and companies towards a sustainable future.

4

GPFLR Learning Network

The Global Partnership on Forest and Landscape Restoration (GPFLR) Learning Network is a discussion platform for Forest Landscape Restoration and a place to share experiences with other practitioners and landscape leaders.