New research closing knowledge gaps for integrated landscapes approaches

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Cordon, S.

Fieldwork in Ghana, Zambia and Indonesia is demonstrating how integrated landscape approaches (ILAs) can be used to resolve land-use conflicts while empowering local producers and communities to meaningfully participate in multi-stakeholder negotiations for the sustainable use of land and natural resources.

That is one of the key tenets in a new book, Operationalizing Integrated Landscape Approaches in the Tropics, which documents early results from applying ILAs – a holistic approach to achieving resilient landscapes while protecting their ecosystems and livelihoods. The book, released during the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) Biodiversity Digital Conference, emphasizes the need for evidence-based monitoring and reporting to encourage informed use of ILAs.

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