In time for the final meetings of the Open Working Group, the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative has published a policy statement which proposes a an integrated landscape target which should be incorporate it into the development of all related Sustainable Development Goals.
Tools & Methods
What is a landscape approach?
Landscapes can have multiple functions, as they provide a variety of services to society, such as biodiversity, food, water, shelter, livelihood, economic growth, and human well-being. All these services are interlinked; so if the agricultural area in a landscape expands, it will have repercussions for the area covered by forests.
On this website we present some examples, listed on the right, where Forest and Landscape Restoration has been or is being implemented.
The sites, tools and policy initiatives of the members of the Partnership represent a variety of geographical areas, stakeholder groups, socio-economic conditions and restoration strategies.
Innovative arrangements for public-private decision making at landscape level
Organised by: Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen UR, CIFOR and ICRAF
At the Bonn Challenge 2.0 meeting on 20-21 March 2015, IUFRO presents a stoplight framework developed by IUFRO scientists to demonstrate how FLR can contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation
RSS - News From Our Partners
- FORESTS NEWS UPDATE: Q&A on fires and haze in Southeast Asia
- Report dispels perceptions about artisanal logging, milling in Congo Basin
- African farmland investments face governance challenges
- Despite stumbles, Colombia leading the way in ecological restoration
- Statement by CIFOR at the UN Climate Change Conference