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In October 2013, the Cornell Landscapes Research Forum brought together faculty and guest speakers interested in socio-ecological landscape approaches to understanding complex problems and ...
In October 2013, the Cornell Landscapes Research Forum brought together faculty and guest speakers interested in socio-ecological landscape approaches to understanding complex problems and opportunities at the interface of ecosystem conservation, sustainable agricultural production, livelihood security, and multi-stakeholder governance, and in designing or scaling up strategies to address them.
In this slideshow, Dr. Christine Negra discusses the work of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature (LFPN) Inititative, an international collaborative initiative of cross-sectoral knowledge sharing, dialogue and action to support the integrated management of rural landscapes for food production, ecosystem conservation, and sustainable livelihoods. Dr. Negra, who is co-Leader of the research working group of the Initiative, discusses the five working groups of the Initiative and some of the exciting knowledge products they have released so far.
For more information about LPFN, please visit landscapes.ecoagriculture.org.
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