The why and how of integrated landscape management in achieving sustainable development GLF 2015

A consortium of environmental organisations will release The Little Sustainable Landscapes Book, which explores how integrated landscape management can be an effective means of achieving sustainable development. The book brings together evidence from 25 case studies, dozens of examples, surveys of hundreds of integrated landscape initiative leaders, and expertise from some of the world’s leading conservation and sustainable land-use groups. Key findings from the book will be presented and discussed by a panel that includes the organizations part of the consortium, and representatives of the business sector and civil society.



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