Introduction Research as part of LandscapePartners project macaulay.ac.uk/landscapepartners Ecosystems in landscapes How to implement an ecosystem services approach on the ground Coordination and collaboration across property boundaries and across sectors Limitations to regulatory policies – voluntary approaches and incentive schemes Katrin Prager 17-18 January, 2012
Prerequisites Problem perception Ability and willingness to cooperate, local ideas for solutions Opportunity to trial new approach/ management practice Land tenure and property rights Formal institutional barriers Wider public support for realignment of public expenditure
Planning and DesignInformation input: Stakeholder analysis Spatial and land use planning Exiting plans, programmes, incentive schemes Market drivers, commodity prices Available budgets, additional sources Ecosystem services, trade-offs (Model Ecosystem Framework) Available technologies, management practices Katrin Prager 17-18 January, 2012
Design and Implementation Process of a scheme forcollaborative provision of ecosystem services Katrin Prager 17-18 January, 2012
Implementation Communication: vertical, horizontal, two-way Capacity of administering authority Partnership group: awareness raising, scheme promotion, monitoring, feedback on implementation difficulties, public information Facilitators, training and advice Awareness raising: preferred sources of information; signage; rewards; logo; promoting and fund-raising organisation Katrin Prager 17-18 January, 2012
Thank you for your attention! Katrin Prager 17-18 January, 2012
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