The 10 principles of the landscape approach are the product of an intergovernmental and interinstitutional process. The principles represent the consensus opinion of a significant number of major actors on how agricultural production and environmental conservation can best be integrated at a landscape scale.
Tools & Methods
Forest and landscape restoration (FLR) is the process of regaining ecological functionality and enhancing human well-being across deforested or degraded forest landscapes.
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.
Are you working in forestry, and want to develop a more integrated perspective on multifunctional land use? Or are you working in agriculture, and want to enhance the sustainability of your activities? Or are you working on spatial planning, struggling with land use conflicts and trying to find a good way out?
This set of training materials makes Forest Genetic Resources (FGR) training relevant, attractive and accessible to non-specialists. It enables teachers and trainers to cover FGR issues in their courses, and increase understanding of how to manage diverse and complex forest and other tree based ecosystems sustainably.
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