examines how interventions intended to improve functionality and productivity of forested landscapes to improve livelihoods of the poorest populations, might actually yield co-benefits in terms of biodiversity conservation. Using case studies from eight landscapes involved in Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy it presents evidence for the benefits of landscape approaches to forest restoration.
Friday, October 26, 2012
International Union for the Conservation of Nature Report Released: Improving Ecosystem Functionality and Livelihood: Experiences in Forest Landscape Restoration and Management
This month, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) released a paper titled, Improving Ecosystem Functionality and Livelihood: Experiences in Forest Landscape Restoration and Management. The 26-page paper available here, as a downloadable pdf,
Posted by Taryn Rucinski at 4:14 PM