Communities seeking to govern their landscapes face a variety of challenges. Research on successful governance and management systems has failed to address these challenges at a landscape level. Now, a new LPFN knowledge product connects the dots of landscape governance.
Author: Kozak, R.; Buck, L.E.; Barrow, E.G.; Sunderland, T.C.H.; Catacutan, D. E.; Planicka, C.; Hart, A.K.; Willemen, L.
Publisher: Washington, DC, EcoAgriculture Partners, on behalf of the Landscapes for People, Food, and Nature Initiative