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How Trees and People Can Co-Adapt to Climate Change. Reducing Vulnerability in Multifunctional Landscapes

Authors: ICRAF, edited by M. van Noordwijk, M. Ha Hoang, H. Neufeldt, I. Öborn, T. Yatich

This book, on trees in multifunctional landscapes as means of dealing with climate change, critically examines how rural livelihoods depend on landscapes, and how trees link the two by providing multiple benefits. The authors present trees in multifunctional landscapes as tools for both mitigating and adapting to climate change. Additionally, these multifunctional landscapes are often more palatable to policymakers than preserving forests.

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