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Zanzanaini, Camilla, Binh Thi Trần, Chandni Singh, Abigail Hart, Jeffrey Milder, and Fabrice DeClerck. 2017. “Integrated Landscape Initiatives for Agriculture, Livelihoods and Ecosystem Conservation: An Assessment of Experiences from South and Southeast Asia.” Landscape and Urban Planning 165: 11–21.
Integrated landscape initiatives for agriculture, livelihoods and ecosystem conservation: An assessment of experiences from South and Southeast Asia
- Camilla Zanzanaini, Bioversity International
- Binh Thi Trần, Bioversity International
- Chandni Singh, Bioversity International
- Abigail Hart, EcoAgriculture Partners
- Jeffrey C. Milder, Rainforest Alliance
- Fabrice A.J. DeClerck, Bioversity International
DateMay 10, 2017
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Integrated landscape approaches offer a means of integrating policy and practice to ensure equitable and sustainable use of land while strengthening measures to improve environmental conservation, production, and well-being outcomes. While traditionally practiced and increasingly adopted in many parts of Asia, there is no systematic assessment to date of the characteristics, outcomes, and limitations of integrated landscape initiatives (ILIs) in the region. We provide a review of 166 ILIs in South and Southeast Asia to complement previous assessments in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Europe.