- Learning Network
Explore the wide variety of integrated landscape initiatives identified in studies undertaken by Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative Partners from 2013 to 2015. Details about who is participating, what investments the initiative has made, and what outcomes initiative leaders report, as well as biophysical data like the approximate size and population of the landscape, and its primary ecosystem and production system types, are all available by sorting and clicking points on the map.
The map is a perfect tool for governments, donors, and international NGOs to identify potential knowledge partners for scaling up or designing integrated landscape approaches in particular places, or to recruit participants for regional or global knowledge sharing activities. Contact information for the Initiatives is not listed on the map (though some initiatives did provide a web address), but can be obtained by contacting the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative secretariat at EcoAgriculture Partners.
This tool debuted in December 2015, and has only just begun to be used by a broad set of global partners of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative. If you have found the map useful, please contact the secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thank you!
Connecting established integrated landscape initiatives with new projects or programs who are seeking practical advice, mentorship, knowledge exchange, or a local platform for study tours, research or policy advocacy. Helping donors and governments see the extent and density of landscape initiatives, and identify individual ones, in particular geographies, to assist with planning investments in sustainable land and resource management.
Louis Wertz, EcoAgriculture Partners
Businesses, Researchers, Subnational / National Government