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The data for these graphics came from the following study conducted by EcoAgriculture Partners Bioversity International, and Conservation International on behalf of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative:
Estrada-Carmona, N., Hart, A. K., DeClerck, F. A., Harvey, C. A., & Milder, J. C. (2014). Integrated landscape management for agriculture, rural livelihoods, and ecosystem conservation: An assessment of experience from Latin America and the Caribbean. Landscape and Urban Planning, 129, 1-11.
Infographic: The Current State of Integrated Landscape Initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Louis Wertz
- Elise Ursin, EcoAgriculture Partners
- Eva Fillion, EcoAgriculture Partners
- Natalia Estrada-Carmona
DateMarch 31, 2015
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For this study, we define ILIs as projects, programs, platforms, initiatives or sets of activities that: (1) seek to simultaneously improve food production, biodiversity, ecosystems and rural livelihoods; (2) work at a landscape scale; (3) involve inter-sectoral coordination, policies or investments at a variety of levels; and (4) are highly participatory within a social learning framework.