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Everyone’s talking about landscapes Even five years ago the term ‘landscape’ was rarely used within the agricultural and rural development communities. (...) Landscape approaches to resource management are not new. (...) Putting integrated landscape management into practice There is an important distinction between operating in a landscape or at a landscape scale, and doing so in a way that simultaneously meets multiple objectives for landscape management.
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Score: 834676.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/ffd...Final_Oct24_2013_smallfile.pdf
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A3 - 1 Landscape approaches: key concepts | Climate Smart Agriculture Sourcebook | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Climate Smart Agriculture Sourcebook About the Sourcebook Concept Production and Resources Enabling Frameworks Managing landscapes for Climate-Smart Agriculture systems Concept A3 - Overview A3 - 1 Landscape approaches: key concepts A3 - 2 From climate-smart agriculture to climate-smart landscapes A3 - 3 Implementing climate-smart agriculture through landscape approaches A3 - 4 Governance and decision-making for climate-smart landscape approaches A3 - 5 Conclusions A3 - Case studies A3 - Acknowledgments A3 - Acronyms A3 - References Landscape approaches: key concepts There are many different ways of applying landscape approaches. (...) Landscape approaches involve long-term collaboration among different groups of land managers and stakeholders to achieve multiple objectives and expectations within the landscape for local livelihoods, health and well-being (LPFN, 2016). Box A3.1 Defining landscapes This sourcebook has adopted the definition of 'landscape' proposed by the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative : "A landscape is a social-ecological system that consists of a mosaic of natural and/or human-modified ecosystems, often with a characteristic configuration of topography, vegetation, land use, and settlements that is influenced by the ecological, historical, economic and cultural processes and activities of the area" (LPFN, 2016). 
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Score: 829688.4 - https://www.fao.org/climate-sm...a3-landscapes/chapter-a3-1/en/
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ITTO & IUCN. 2005. Restoring forest landscapes: an introduction to the art and science of forest landscape restoration. (...) Introduction; Restoring Forest Landscapes: An Introduction to the Art and Science of Forest Landscape Restoration . (...) Van Oosten, C. 2013. Restoring Landscapes—Governing Place: A Learning Approach to Forest Landscape Restoration.
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Score: 826675.8 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...storation/further-learning/en/
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A3 - Overview | الموقع الإلكتروني لدليل الزراعة الذكية مناخياً | منظمة الأغذية والزراعة للأمم المتحدة FAO.org العربية english الموقع الإلكتروني لدليل الزراعة الذكية مناخياً معلومات عن الدليل المفهوم الإنتاج والمراجع الأطر التمكينية Managing landscapes for Climate-Smart Agriculture systems المفهوم A3 - Overview A3 - 1 Landscape approaches: key concepts A3 - 2 From climate-smart agriculture to climate-smart landscapes A3 - 3 Implementing climate-smart agriculture through landscape approaches A3 - 4 Governance and decision-making for climate-smart landscape approaches A3 - 5 Conclusions A3 - Case studies A3 - Acknowledgments A3 - Acronyms A3 - References Overview This module describes why and how landscape approaches can be used as an instrument to achieve climate-smart agriculture objectives at multiple scales in agricultural ecosystems. (...) Chapter A3-3 presents the key elements of landscape approaches for climate-smart agriculture; sets out a step-by-step guidance for implementation of climate-smart agriculture using landscape approaches; and explains the relation between climate-smart agriculture, landscape approaches and sustainable food and agricultural systems.  (...) Catalysing landscape-scale climate-smart agriculture interventions requires increasing access to financing.
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Score: 826099.8 - https://www.fao.org/climate-sm...ncept/module-a3-landscapes/ar/
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Chapter A3-3 presents the key elements of landscape approaches for climate-smart agriculture; sets out a step-by-step guidance for implementation of climate-smart agriculture using landscape approaches; and explains the relation between climate-smart agriculture, landscape approaches and sustainable food and agricultural systems.  Chapter A3-4 looks at the national policies and the legislative and institutional enabling environment required for the implementation of landscape approaches. It focuses on how landscape approaches help improve climate-smart governance and decision-making. (...) Catalysing landscape-scale climate-smart agriculture interventions requires increasing access to financing.
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Score: 826099.8 - https://www.fao.org/climate-sm...ncept/module-a3-landscapes/ru/
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However, the number of Goals raises the specter of increasing competition for financial resources, conflicts among Goals, capacity constraints, and potential over-exploitation of natural resources and ecosystems that underpin many of the Goals.  Integrated Landscape Management (ILM) – an approach in which a group of stakeholders in a given landscape collaborate to achieve landscape scale outcomes that are critical for each of the individual stakeholders – offers a promising means of implementation of the SDGs. These kinds of landscape partnerships are on the rise, and a growing number of public and private funds are now seeking to invest in integrated landscapes.  (...) This side event will focus on: · why integrated landscapes are an effective means of implementation of the SDGs, · how public and private investments can be designed and coordinated in landscapes in support of SDG · how governments can support integrated landscape investment.
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Score: 823280.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/ffd...ent-to-achieve-the-sdgs-2.html
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The selected organizations will undertake the following indicative tasks: Task I: Landscape Synergies amongst landscape projects and multi stakeholders i. (...) Develop case studies for community development projects undertaken in each landscape(10-12 per landscape) iv. Produce consolidated knowledge projects highlighting best practices on adaptive management for landscape resilience, capturing learning from other complementary 4 initiatives, and including at least 2 case studies highlighting the role of women from the community projects developed in the landscape. v. (...) Operational Phase 6 Landscape strategy – Colombo Wetlands c. Operational Phase 6 Landscape strategy- Knuckles d.
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Score: 821679.9 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...h%29%20-%20OP7%20-%20FINAL.pdf
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Global | The Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français The Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism Background Our work News and Events Resources Communities Knowledge Base Partners Projects Countries Regional Global Finance Monitoring TEER UN Decade Task Force on Best Practices Global At a global level, the Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism (FLRM) supports mainly the development and implementation of Forest and Landscape Restoration (FLR) efforts through knowledge management, communication and outreach, capacity development, financing and monitoring . The FLRM created and facilitates a vibrant online Community of Practice (CoP) for Forest and Landscape Restoration with focused sub groups such as: Online Community of Practice for Forest and Landscape Restoration Local finance for Forest and Landscape Restoration The Restoration Initiative Online Community The FLRM also developed the following knowledge and communication materials: Webinars on key FLR planning, implementation and monitoring topics Videos on countries supported by the FLRM Interviews of key FLR stakeholders Newsletter issues with new stories, articles and reports from FLRM’s activities supporting countries  e-Alert issues to inform of upcoming webinars, events and releases of knowledge products related to FLR A knowledge base platform with a database of resources related to FLR The publication “The road to restoration: A guide to identifying priorities and indicators for monitoring forest and landscape restoration” Three publications on funding sources and financial instruments that can be used for the implementation of FLR efforts at the national, regional and global levels: Sustainable Financing for Forest and Landscape Restoration – Policy paper Sustainable Financing for Forest and Fandscape Restoration - Key messages Sustainable Financing for Forest and Landscape Restoration. The role of public policy maker The FAO Forestry Journal Unasylva 245 on Forest and Landscape Restoration The FAO Forestry Journal Unasylva 252 on Forest and Landscape Restoration The publication Local financing mechanisms for forest and landscape restoration: A review of local-level investment mechanisms Three e-learning courses on FLR: Introduction to forest and landscape restoration Sustainable financing of Forest and Landscape Restoration Monitoring forest and landscape restoration The FLRM is also leading the global Task Force on Best Practices in the context of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
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Score: 821489.7 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...tion-mechanism/our-work/gl/en/
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Global | The Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций FAO.org english français Русский The Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism Background Our work News and Events Resources Communities Knowledge Base Partners Projects Countries Regional Global Finance Monitoring TEER UN Decade Task Force on Best Practices Global At a global level, the Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism (FLRM) supports mainly the development and implementation of Forest and Landscape Restoration (FLR) efforts through knowledge management, communication and outreach, capacity development, financing and monitoring . The FLRM created and facilitates a vibrant online Community of Practice (CoP) for Forest and Landscape Restoration with focused sub groups such as: Online Community of Practice for Forest and Landscape Restoration Local finance for Forest and Landscape Restoration The Restoration Initiative Online Community The FLRM also developed the following knowledge and communication materials: Webinars on key FLR planning, implementation and monitoring topics Videos on countries supported by the FLRM Interviews of key FLR stakeholders Newsletter issues with new stories, articles and reports from FLRM’s activities supporting countries  e-Alert issues to inform of upcoming webinars, events and releases of knowledge products related to FLR A knowledge base platform with a database of resources related to FLR The publication “The road to restoration: A guide to identifying priorities and indicators for monitoring forest and landscape restoration” Three publications on funding sources and financial instruments that can be used for the implementation of FLR efforts at the national, regional and global levels: Sustainable Financing for Forest and Landscape Restoration – Policy paper Sustainable Financing for Forest and Fandscape Restoration - Key messages Sustainable Financing for Forest and Landscape Restoration. The role of public policy maker The FAO Forestry Journal Unasylva 245 on Forest and Landscape Restoration The FAO Forestry Journal Unasylva 252 on Forest and Landscape Restoration The publication Local financing mechanisms for forest and landscape restoration: A review of local-level investment mechanisms Three e-learning courses on FLR: Introduction to forest and landscape restoration Sustainable financing of Forest and Landscape Restoration Monitoring forest and landscape restoration The FLRM is also leading the global Task Force on Best Practices in the context of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
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Score: 821489.7 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...tion-mechanism/our-work/gl/ru/
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Global | The Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english français Español The Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism Background Our work News and Events Resources Communities Knowledge Base Partners Projects Countries Regional Global Finance Monitoring TEER UN Decade Task Force on Best Practices Global At a global level, the Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism (FLRM) supports mainly the development and implementation of Forest and Landscape Restoration (FLR) efforts through knowledge management, communication and outreach, capacity development, financing and monitoring . The FLRM created and facilitates a vibrant online Community of Practice (CoP) for Forest and Landscape Restoration with focused sub groups such as: Online Community of Practice for Forest and Landscape Restoration Local finance for Forest and Landscape Restoration The Restoration Initiative Online Community The FLRM also developed the following knowledge and communication materials: Webinars on key FLR planning, implementation and monitoring topics Videos on countries supported by the FLRM Interviews of key FLR stakeholders Newsletter issues with new stories, articles and reports from FLRM’s activities supporting countries  e-Alert issues to inform of upcoming webinars, events and releases of knowledge products related to FLR A knowledge base platform with a database of resources related to FLR The publication “The road to restoration: A guide to identifying priorities and indicators for monitoring forest and landscape restoration” Three publications on funding sources and financial instruments that can be used for the implementation of FLR efforts at the national, regional and global levels: Sustainable Financing for Forest and Landscape Restoration – Policy paper Sustainable Financing for Forest and Fandscape Restoration - Key messages Sustainable Financing for Forest and Landscape Restoration. The role of public policy maker The FAO Forestry Journal Unasylva 245 on Forest and Landscape Restoration The FAO Forestry Journal Unasylva 252 on Forest and Landscape Restoration The publication Local financing mechanisms for forest and landscape restoration: A review of local-level investment mechanisms Three e-learning courses on FLR: Introduction to forest and landscape restoration Sustainable financing of Forest and Landscape Restoration Monitoring forest and landscape restoration The FLRM is also leading the global Task Force on Best Practices in the context of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
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Score: 821489.7 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...tion-mechanism/our-work/gl/es/
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