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Engaging multiple stakeholders to reconcile climate, conservation and development objectives in tropical landscapes

James Reed, Jos Barlow, Rachel Carmenta, Josh van Vianen, Terry Sunderland
2019 Biological Conservation  
Holistic approaches that incorporate diverse stakeholders across scales, sectors, and knowledge systems are gaining prominence for addressing complex problems.  ...  Failure of landscape approaches to adequately engage diverse stakeholders-in design, implementation and evaluation-is a contributing factor to their poor performance.  ...  This collaborative programme aims to enhance the management and use of forests, agroforestry and tree genetic resources across the landscape from forests to farms.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108229 fatcat:huabjfdorbcklew4r6v5663idy

Multi-level networks for sustainability solutions: the case of the International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative

Raffaela Kozar, Elson Galang, Alvie Alip, Jyoti Sedhain, Suneetha Subramanian, Osamu Saito
2019 Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability  
Multi-level networks possess an array of locally relevant solutions across ecosystems and scales.  ...  The loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services in landscapes and seascapes creates complex sustainability challenges in climate, biodiversity and food that span local to global levels.  ...  We thank the practitioners and researchers from across the IPSI network that gathered for the Satoyama Initiative Thematic workshop in May 2018 at the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cosust.2019.09.002 fatcat:mqgemajsgzastdse5q244vxz7m

PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER: INTEGRATION FOR FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION IMPLEMENTATION

Stephanie Mansourian, John Parrotta, Poorna Balaji, Imogen Belwood‐Howard, Suhas Bhasme, R. Patrick Bixler, Agni Klintuni Boedhihartono, Rachel Carmenta, Theresa Jedd, Wil Jong, Frank K. Lake, Agnieszka Latawiec (+8 others)
2019 Land Degradation and Development  
Originally, FLR was designed with a clearly integrative dimension, across sectors, stakeholders, space and time, and in particular across the natural and social sciences.  ...  This article aims to assess what lessons can be learned from other associated fields of practice for FLR implementation.  ...  Forest Landscape Restoration: Integrated approaches for effective implementation. London: Routledge) and distils emerging lessons from this research.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ldr.3448 fatcat:rhnovajmxjdyze63mhznb6lesy

Access to Governmental Microdata for Research: Recent Developments and New Challenges in Europe

Paola Tubaro, Roxane Silberman
2020 Zenodo  
Regarding anonymized datasets, focus is on limits that often remain despite a generalized improvement in availability, and on unevenness of access conditions across Europe.  ...  These solutions are diverse in terms of easiness, cost-effectiveness, and extensiveness of access.  ...  A complex, heterogeneous data landscape A complex, heterogeneous data landscape The legal framework (Statistical Law and Privacy Protection Law) sets limits to data dissemination.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3781931 fatcat:mx7fltv4gveepglrju6y2xb7qi

Agroforestry for sustainable landscape management

Tobias Plieninger, José Muñoz-Rojas, Louise E. Buck, Sara J. Scherr
2020 Sustainability Science  
Agroforestry and sustainable landscape management are key strategies for implementing the UN-Sustainable Development Goals across the world's production landscapes.  ...  of landscape governance; and (vi) supporting the innovation process of agroforestry system analysis and design.  ...  Sustainable landscape management is being implemented via landscape-level governance platforms and partnerships throughout the world (Angelstam et al. 2019) , providing the mechanisms by which the SDGs  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11625-020-00836-4 fatcat:lbwbnox5ynfnldn2ztu2bsjxce

Integrated landscape approaches in the tropics: A brief stock-take

James Reed, Amy Ickowitz, Colas Chervier, Houria Djoudi, Kaala Moombe, Mirjam Ros-Tonen, Malaika Yanou, Linda Yuliani, Terry Sunderland
2020 Land Use Policy  
Future application of landscape approaches requires concerted transdisciplinary actions that connect scales of governance to address the complex political economies in contested tropical landscapes.  ...  'Integrated landscape approaches' are governance strategies that attempt to reconcile multiple and conflicting land-use claims to harmonize the needs of people and the environment and establish more sustainable  ...  This collaborative programme aims to enhance the management and use of forests, agroforestry and tree genetic resources across the landscape from forests to farms.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2020.104822 fatcat:6biemeqv3zdnljet3etoirbq7q

Strengthening Landscape Ecology's Contribution to a Sustainable Environment [chapter]

Clive A. McAlpine, Leonie M. Seabrook, Tiffany H. Morrison, Jonathan R. Rhodes
2013 Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Environment and Culture  
These are: recognising the growing complexity of landscape sustainability problems; adopting a formal problem-solving framework to landscape sustainability problems; helping to bridge the implementation  ...  Landscape ecology has the capacity to help address these challenges by providing spatially-explicit solutions to landscape sustainability problems.  ...  Ultimately, solutions require reforming governance arrangements at all levels and transforming societal values (Fischer et al. 2012; Swaffield 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-6530-6_2 fatcat:qimrbaztnjcotgqm3bfu6db7zy

Incorporating level set methods in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for land-surface process modeling

D. Pullar
2005 Advances in Geosciences  
The technique tracks moving interfaces across landscapes for processes such as water flow, biochemical diffusion, and plant dispersal.  ...  Its theoretical development applies a Lagrangian approach to motion over a Eulerian grid space by tracking quantities across a landscape as an evolving front.  ...  The trivial case where interactions are isolated to a location, and the more common and complex case where interactions propagate spatially across landscape surfaces.  ... 
doi:10.5194/adgeo-4-17-2005 fatcat:spsltrwesjcxloeeqmb4wfxzmy

Can "Sponge Cities" Mitigate China's Increased Occurrences of Urban Flooding?

Chris Zevenbergen, Yong Jiang, Dafang Fu
2017 Aquademia: Water, Environment and Technology  
Marking a fundamental shift in water management, this initiative can be an effective approach if China commits to appropriate technical, governance and financial measures to overcome implementation challenges  ...  This lack of capacity poses a big challenge for successful policy implementation across the country.  ...  Complex governance structure in conflict with required planning process The greatest challenge for China's sponge city construction probably comes from the conflict between required planning process and  ... 
doi:10.20897/awet/70406 fatcat:rkidyo2e5jg5fmnd6vx2d4452i

Exploring and expanding transdisciplinary research for sustainable and just natural resource management

Margaret G. Wolff, Jessica J. Cockburn, Chris De Wet, Joana Carlos Bezerra, Matthew J. T. Weaver, Andiswa Finca, Alta De Vos, Mateboho M. Ralekhetla, Notiswa Libala, Qawekazi B. Mkabile, Oghenekaro Nelson Odume, Carolyn G. Palmer
2019 Ecology and Society  
Transdisciplinarity is gaining acceptance in sustainability science research as an approach to work across disparate types of knowledge and practices in order to tackle complex social-ecological problems  ...  We suggest that in order to enable sustainable and just natural resource management, transdisciplinary research should include values and ethics in the design, implementation, and reporting of projects  ...  Societal problem: Management of natural resources in communally owned landscapes is complex (Ainslie and Kepe 2002).  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-11077-240414 fatcat:ma32gsrlf5alhkw4yaamx573ue

Core principles for successfully implementing and upscaling Nature-based Solutions

Emmanuelle Cohen-Shacham, Angela Andrade, James Dalton, Nigel Dudley, Mike Jones, Chetan Kumar, Stewart Maginnis, Simone Maynard, Cara R. Nelson, Fabrice G. Renaud, Rebecca Welling, Gretchen Walters
2019 Environmental Science and Policy  
or in an integrated manner with other solutions; NbS should be applied at a landscape scale; and, NbS are integral to the overall design of policies, measures and actions, to address societal challenges  ...  Reversely, concepts such as adaptive management/governance, effectiveness, uncertainty, multi-stakeholder participation, and temporal scale are present in other frameworks but not captured at all or detailed  ...  One way to do so is by implementing a rigorous, evidence-based Nature-based Solutions (NbS) framework.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2019.04.014 fatcat:3h42agg3f5ecldnrslv53fb3oy

Law, Restoration and Ontologies for a More Ecologically Complex World!

Emille Boulot, Afshin Akhtar-Khavari
2020 The University of Queensland law journal  
Restoring within a landscape to enhance its ecological complexity is a useful goal for adaptive governance, and one which will also enable discussions about how humans and legal and governance institutions  ...  Using two scenarios we briefly explore how governance approaches to restoration need ontological dispositions focused on ecological complexity.  ...  requires a systems approach to support the establishment and development of complexity across landscapes, and it is here that the learning processes of adaptive governance can be well applied.  ... 
doi:10.38127/uqlj.v39i3.5657 fatcat:z4pwdxobcrd23f5ckpu6zu66g4

5. Response Options Across the Landscape [chapter]

Terry Sunderland, Frédéric Baudron, Amy Ickowitz, Christine Padoch, Mirjam Ros-Tonen, Chris Sandbrook, Bhaskar Vira, Josephine Chambers, Elizabeth Deakin, Samson Foli, Katy Jeary, John A. Parrotta (+5 others)
2015 Forests and Food: Addressing Hunger and Nutrition Across Sustainable Landscapes  
Landscape Governance There are diverse uses and understandings across disciplines of the term "governance" (Kozar et al., 2014) .  ...  Multilevel decision-making for the governance of landscapes helps to link actors and address the complex issues that arise in governing social-ecological systems (Görg, 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0085.05 fatcat:bfok6zk24bhqhiabxtpbkiodgi

Towards more effective landscape governance for sustainability: the case of RIMBA corridor, Central Sumatra, Indonesia

Barano Siswa Sulistyawan, Clément Feger, Emily McKenzie, Louise A. Gallagher, Pita A. Verweij, René Verburg
2019 Sustainability Science  
We identify actions that stakeholders think should be taken to improve the governance of the RIMBA corridor to achieve sustainable landscape goals.  ...  services at landscape scales.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the governance team members Iman Soedrajat, Sofjan Bakar, Tri Agung, Sigid, Hanif Fathi, Oki Hadian, Dede Krishnadianty, Ilham, and David who have collaborated to facilitate the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11625-019-00662-3 fatcat:4ilmrs3ymbbs3m5j2wl7qutmwi

Re-integrating ecology into integrated landscape approaches

James Reed, Koen Kusters, Jos Barlow, Michael Balinga, Joli Rumi Borah, Rachel Carmenta, Colas Chervier, Houria Djoudi, Davison Gumbo, Yves Laumonier, Kaala B. Moombe, Elizabeth L. Yuliani (+1 others)
2021 Landscape Ecology  
We provide some general guidelines for how these approaches can be incorporated within ILA design and implementation.  ...  However, we argue that recent advances in ILA research and discourse have tended to emphasize the social and governance dimensions, while overlooking ecological factors and inadequately considering potential  ...  making systematic and collaborative decisions across the planning and implementation domains.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10980-021-01268-w fatcat:hsjykwzyxzdn5oy5cfbegr2rbm
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