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Ten principles for a landscape approach to reconciling agriculture, conservation, and other competing land uses

Agni Klintuni Boedhihartono, Claude Garcia, Cora van Oosten, Douglas Sheil, Erik Meijaard, Jaboury Ghazoul, Jean-Laurent Pfund, Jeffrey Sayer, Louise Buck, Michael Day, Michelle Venter, Terry Sunderland

Ten principles for a landscape approach to reconciling agriculture, conservation, and other competing land uses
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Resource Type Scientific Paper
Language
  • English
Year 2013
Country United States of America
Topic
  • Informed Decision Making
  • Pimatisiwin
Complexity Advanced
Keywords
  • Community Engagement
  • Environmental Assessment
  • Environmental Impact
  • Land Access
  • Land Stewardship
  • Social & Cultural Impacts
  • Sustainability
Written By Academic Researchers
Written For
  • Academic Institutions or Researchers
  • Leadership and Management
Description This article explores “landscape approaches” to the use of lands, which have emerged in response to the trade-off between the environment and resource development. Different types of landscape approaches to environmental conservation are discussed and ten principles of the approaches are identified. These principles emphasize adaptive management, stakeholder involvement, and multiple objectives.
Journal PNAS
Volume 110
Issue 21
Pages 8349 - 8356
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